Everyone is a mutant but some are prone to diverge more than others, report scientists at University of Utah Health.
The University of Utah Health-produced short documentary One in a Million has been an official selection at eight film festivals nationwide and has received 12 marketing awards.
Clement Chow, PhD, and his research team have developed a fly model of NGLY1 deficiency, to provide new insights into the biology underlying this devastating, autosomal recessive, genetic disorder.
A bill informally called “Marley and Tyler’s Bill”, after two patients seen by the Penelope Program, passed the Utah legislature to expand insurance coverage for testing needed to diagnose children...
The GSLC will work collaboratively with the All of Us Engagement Team to create educational materials on genetics and precision medicine for the public, patients and healthcare providers.
Researchers explore familial relationships using unique Utah resources to develop high-risk profiles with the hope of identifying those at greater risk for atrial fibrillation.
A new study published online in the March 13, 2019 issue of Neurology looked to determine the degree to which extended family can indicate risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
The annual #RUN2U event featured a patient panel sharing their experiences of living with rare and undiagnosed diseases with future health care providers.
University of Utah Health is proud to present One in a Million, an original short documentary co-directed by two acclaimed independent filmmakers, Jeremiah Zagar and Ross Kauffman.
An International consortium of researchers mines large datasets to identify a common genetic architecture for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome improving our understanding of a leading cause of female infertility.
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