ClinGen Collaborations

ClinGen relies on collaboration to foster innovation, learn from each others and share findings and recommendations.

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Association for Clinical Genomic Science

A professional organization representing all scientists, technologists and bioinformaticians in all labs carrying out genetic and genomic work in the United Kingdom. ACGS and ClinGen are collaborating to support Expert Panels in the cardiovascular clinical domain.

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American Society of Hematology

ASH is a professional society serving both clinicians and scientists around the world who are working to conquer blood diseases. ASH and ClinGen are collaborating to support Expert Panels in the hematology and hereditary cancer clinical domain.

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Concert Genetics

Concert Genetics provides the digital infrastructure for management of genetic testing and precision medicine. ClinGen and Concert are collaborating to investigate the use of race, ethnicity, and ancestry terms in clinical testing requisition forms and insurance reimbursement policies.

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ClinGen curators are working with Genomenon to pilot their Mastermind tool, a novel analytic and visualization tool which prioritizes scientific articles from the primary medical literature for gene and variant curation. 

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ClinGen biocurators are collaborating with to determine if assisted annotation can expedite gene curation through use of a newly developed experimental plugin that has the capability of integrating and coordinating specified annotation fields with those required for database entry fields.  

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