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overview I am a clinical geneticist and 50% of my effort is devoted to patient activity. I participate in a general genetics clinic one full day where with a team of genetic counselors and fellows we see a wide range of both adult and pediatric patients for evaluation, diagnosis, counseling and treatment for genetic disorders. In addition I am involved in several multidisciplinary clinics including Marfan and Craniofacial clinic. I am also involved in education throughout the university specifically in the medical school. I am interested in developing new and unique curriculum for integrating genetics into the four years of the medical school training and residency programs. I am the Program Director for the Genetics Laboratory Training Program in molecular and cytogenetics and soon to be Laboratory Genetics and Genomics program. I am also interested in developing curriculum to facilitate the training of clinical genetics professionals on new technology. Specifically I have been involved in developing tools that help counselors and clinicians to interpret new genetic technology such as microarray and Next Generation sequencing results for panels and exome sequencing. Since I am mostly involved in the clinical aspects of the Department of Human Genetics my research is collaborative where I provide a clinical perspective for others research programs. My goal is to provide clinical correlation for the basic science research projects in the department. I have been involved in projects looking at telomere genotype/phenotype correlations, Soto syndrome, and chromosome abnormalities. I have recently been involved in a project with Dr.Carole Ober studying different clinic phenotypes in the Hutterite populations.
One or more keywords matched the following items that are connected to Waggoner, Darrel J.
Item TypeName
Concept Alleles
Concept Amino Acid Sequence
Concept Base Sequence
Concept Genes, Dominant
Concept Genes, Lethal
Concept Genes, Recessive
Concept Molecular Sequence Data
Concept Sequence Homology, Amino Acid
Concept Euchromatin
Concept RNA Splice Sites
Concept Sequence Analysis, DNA
Concept Sequence Deletion
Concept Exome
Concept Terminal Repeat Sequences
Concept High-Throughput Nucleotide Sequencing
Concept Genome, Human
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