The BabySeq Project

Background The BabySeq Project: Phase I was a first-of-its-kind randomized clinical trial designed to measure the utility of using genomic sequencing in routine newborn care. The concept for this project is built off of the existing newborn screening program, an important public health initiative. All newborns born in the U.S. receive a heel stick blood … Continued



Perspectives of rare disease experts on newborn genome sequencing

Gold NB, Adelson SM, Shah N, Williams S, Bick S, Zoltick ES, Gold J, Strong A, Ganetzky R, Roberts A, Walker M, Holtz AM, Sankaran VG, Delmonte O, Tan W, Holm I, Thiagarajah JR, Kamihara J, Comander J, Place E, Wiggs J, Green RC
JAMA Network Open May 2023  






The BabySeq Project: Implementing genomic sequencing in newborns

Holm IA, Agrawal PB, Ceyhan-Birsoy O, Christensen KD, Fayer S, Frankel LA, Genetti CA, Krier JB, LaMay RC, Levy HL, McGuire AL, Parad RB, Park PJ, Pereira S, Rehm HL, Schwartz TS, Waisbren SE, Yu TW, The BabySeq Project Team, Green RC and Beggs AH
BMC Pediatrics Jul 2018  


Newborn sequencing in genomic medicine and public health

Berg JS, Agrawal PB, Bailey DB, Beggs AH, Brenner SE, Brower AM, Butler I, Caciki J, Birsoy O, Chan K, Chen F, Currier RJ, Duchovny D, Green RC, Harris-Wai J, Holm IA, Iglesias B, Joseph G, Kingsmore SF, Koenig BA, Kwok P, Lantos J, Leeder J, Lewis MA, McGuire AL, Milko LV, Mooney SD, Veeraraghaven N, Parad RB, Pereira S, Petrikin J, Powell BC, Powell CM, Puck JM, Rehm HL, Risch N, Roche M, Shieh JT, Watson MS, Willig L, Yu TW, Urv T, Wise AL
Pediatrics Feb 2017  



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