Webinar Recording- TS Research Opportunity: Explained 2019.9.26

Sherryann Wert of Coriell Institute for Medical Research walks you through an easy and effective way to influence TS research! The NIGMS Human Genetic Cell Repository provides scientists around the world with resources for cell and genetic research. Scientists access the Repository to find new genes, study how cells function, and develop new ways to diagnose, treat, and possibly prevent genetic diseases.

Blood and Tissue Samples for Turner Syndrome Research

What You Will Learn:

In this webinar Sherryann Wert of Coriell Institute for Medical Research walks you through an easy and effective way to influence TS research! The NIGMS Human Genetic Cell Repository provides scientists around the world with resources for cell and genetic research. Patients and their first line family members are encouraged to donate blood and tissue samples. Scientists access the Repository to find new genes, study how cells function, and develop new ways to diagnose, treat, and possibly prevent genetic diseases.

This webinar took place as part of the Turner Syndrome Foundation’s monthly webinar series. The aim of this program is to provide free education to the Turner Syndrome community and beyond, about the topics most relevant to life with TS. This and other TSF programs are only made possible through the generous support from donors and time given by volunteers. Thank you for your support!

Who Should Attend:
Patients, parents, caregivers, policy makers, and just about anyone who is interested in research.

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About the Presenter:
Sherryann Wert of Coriell Institute for Medical Research, Project Manager specializing in bioanalytical health sciences.

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