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Clinical trials in genetics and genomics
Genetics and genomics are at the heart of many clinical studies across Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, as researchers and physicians work to better understand the causes of pediatric diseases and discover the best, most effective treatment options.
Recent clinical trials have included:
- Genetic prevalence of congenital sucrase-isomaltase deficiency
- Genetic analysis of children with cyclic vomiting syndrome and migraines
- Genetic markers as predictors of phenotypes in pediatric-onset Crohn’s disease
- Genetic variations in the immune system and the influence on susceptibility to infection and chronic lung disease in premature infants
- Variations in a specific gene called PTGS-1 and increased risk of persistent pulmonary hypertension in newborns who were exposed to over-the-counter pain medicines (NSAIDS) in utero
- Genetic basis of hemangiomas
Want to get involved? Find a list of all the current studies at Children’s Research Institute or learn more about research at Children’s Hospital:
- Overview of genetics and genomics research
- Why pediatric research matters
- Institutional Review Board at Children’s Hospital
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