Our aim is to discover the genetic causes of prevalent childhood diseases and translate findings into medical innovations.
The Center is engaged in a number of major research projects, and we aim to collect and analyze data from more than 100,000 children.
We collaborate with researchers in the academic, public, and private sectors. The Center has the capacity to genotype thousands of samples per week.
We currently have more than 50 active disease projects - internally and in collaboration with research teams in North America, Europe, and Asia.
With the University of Pennsylvania, we have undertaken a major project to explore key components of brain development.
CAG regularly features in national and international media. Watch videos and read reviews of our most prominent research.
We have compiled a small catalog of learning resources. See our lab in action, take a tour of the brain, or browse links to our favorite resources.
CAG is discovering new and better ways to diagnose and treat childhood disorders. Your support can help launch innovative research projects.
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