The Precision Genomics Collaboratory coalesces genetic and genomic units all over Duke University and the Duke Health System.
Duke Molecular Physiology Institute
DMPI produces integrated multi-omics and physiologic profiles of chronic human diseases, and uses such profiles to develop new disease detection strategies, novel therapies, and insights into disease mechanisms.
Center for Advanced Genomic Technologies
CAGT has assembled a team of world-leading engineers, scientists and physicians to integrate these technologies to unravel disease biology and discover new drug targets. By working together, we will catalyze a more robust biotechnology enterprise.
Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine
CAGPM aspires to be an intellectual home for genome-inspired biomarker discovery and development and the analytic and translational approaches to diagnostics and insights into disease biology. It is also a home for the rapidly evolving field of precision medicine - an evidence-based approach to the care of people and patients that uses innovative tools and data science to customize disease prevention, detection and treatment and improve the effectiveness and quality of care.
Center for Genomic and Computational Biology
GCB is an interdisciplinary center where faculty across Duke’s campus collaborate to study complex problems in genomic and computational biology, train researchers and develop genomic technologies. GCB brings together scientists, engineers, physicians and sociologists passionate about interdisciplinary research to explore big questions in genomics and computational biology.
Center for Statistical Genetics and Genomics
Bridging gaps, StatGen optimizes collaborations by building on research interests of faculty, investigators and students spanning Duke University, including departments, centers and institutes affiliated with the Duke University School of Medicine, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences and Pratt School of Engineering.
Duke Microbiome Center
DMC was established to address the rapidly expanding interest among the public and scientific community in the pervasive roles of microbial communities in human health, the environment, and biotechnology. Their mission is to cultivate and support microbiome science at Duke University. They do so by providing an intellectual and educational environment that fosters collaboration and discovery, and by creating and supporting necessary resources at Duke University for research in the microbiome sciences.
Division of Integrative Genomics, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
The Division of Integrative Genomics promotes innovative and high-impact genomic research and education by providing a robust and diverse scientific environment through partnership, integrity, and vision.
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Division of Human Genetics, Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
The Division of Human Genetics bridges the gaps between risk variant discoveries and molecular mechanisms, and between mechanistic understanding and novel therapeutics for human (genetic) disease. They seek to be inclusive of the various researchers across our campus that engage in a broad spectrum of research topics covering all aspects of human genetics.
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Division of Medical Genetics, Department of Pediatrics
The Division of Medical Genetics is committed to excellence in providing comprehensive services in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of all forms of hereditary disorders and birth defects affecting fetuses, newborns, children, adolescents and adults. They also offer a rich and creative research environment involving collaborations with experts in multiple disciplines at the national and international levels.
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Adult Cardiovascular Genetics Clinic
Duke's adult cardiovascular genetics clinic is led by nationally recognized experts who study the role genes play in heart disease. Our cardiologists diagnose and manage inherited heart disease, including hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, long QT syndrome, and Brugada syndrome. They work closely with genetic counselors who are specially trained to offer genetic testing and counseling for inherited heart diseases and vascular diseases. Their combined expertise ensures you and your family members receive the best counseling and medical care available.
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Clinical Cancer Genetics
Duke’s hereditary cancer experts offer genetic testing and genetic counseling to people diagnosed with cancer, as well as people who may be at risk of developing cancer. Genetic counselors work closely with oncologists who are trained to diagnose and treat hereditary cancers, comprising five to 10 percent of all cancers. Genetic counseling can help guide treatment. Experts can clarify risks and offer expert counseling. Counselors help patients make informed decisions about treatment options and lifestyle changes.