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- Center for the Study of Genetic Skeletal Disorders
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Sarah Charlton Research Assistant. Ella Dennis Research Assistant. Dr Adrian Falconer Research Associate. Robert Jackson Laboratory Research Technician. Email: robert. Hua Lin Research Assistant.
Email: john. Dr Eleanor Parker Research Associate. Email: katarzyna.
Dr Louise Reynard Lecturer. Dr Sarah Rice Research Associate.
Email: sarah. Dr Colin Shepherd Research Associate. Email: colin. Maria Tselepi Research Technician.
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Dr David Wilkinson Research Associate. Email: david. Please contact theme representative Prof David Young. Research Research.
Teaching Teaching. Teaching Members of the Skeletal Research Group deliver research-based teaching and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research projects. Discovery opens doors to targeted therapeutic development and to understanding other, similar disorders.
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- Center for the Study of Genetic Skeletal Disorders.
Using advanced technologies for rapidly sequencing and analyzing DNA from clinical and pathologic samples, a multidisciplinary research team consisting of geneticists, pathologists and surgeons at Boston Children's Hospital has identified the genetic basis for CLOVES syndrome , a rare congenital malformation and overgrowth disorder. The discovery raises the hope that, for the first time, it will be possible to develop targeted medical treatments capable of delaying, reversing or possibly preventing CLOVES's debilitating consequences.
Center for the Study of Genetic Skeletal Disorders
Importantly, it also demonstrates the potential of advanced DNA sequencing technologies for identifying the underlying molecular roots of malformation disorders that are genetic but not hereditary. Donate Donate. Research Topics.