ClinGen is dedicated to building an authoritative central resource that defines the clinical relevance of genes and variants for use in precision medicine and research. Learn more about our organization and our ongoing efforts below.
ClinGen's resources and practices may be of use for the All of Us Genetic Counseling Resource described in NIH Funding Opportunity NOT-PM-19-001. ClinGen is interested in opportunities to work synergistically with the All of Us Research Program, including the Genetic Counseling Resource and Genome Centers, to create useful resources for the entire genomic medicine community.
Registration is now open for Curating the Clinical Genome 2019. The meeting will be held May 29th to 31st at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC, USA. Co-hosted by ClinGen and DECIPHER, the Curating the Clinical Genome conference will be of interest to a wide group of medical genomics researchers, clinicians practicing genomic medicine, companies developing solutions for clinical genomics and researchers interested in genomic data sharing.
The ClinGen expert curated variants are available for unrestricted use in the community via ClinVar, an archive which is funded and maintained by NIH’s National Center for Biotechnology Information, part of the National Library of Medicine.
Interested in volunteering to curate for ClinGen? Please take this brief survey to tell us more about your interests, expertise, and desired level of involvement so we can pair you with an appropriate curation activity and/or Expert Panel.
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