Vermont Oxford Rady Children's Genomic Network

A learning network to amplify understanding of how genomic sequencing can help guide medical care for children with genetic diseases.

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Amplify your competency in genomic medicine

Genomic sequencing is changing the way neonatal intensive care is practiced. By equipping NICU clinicians with molecular information to guide medical management, this diagnostic tool is improving outcomes for acutely-ill newborns.

Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine is leading the way in advancing precision healthcare for infants through genomic medicine research.

The collaboration between VON and Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine seeks to advance the quality of newborn care by creating a learning network to expand knowledge and competency in genomic medicine for multidisciplinary NICU teams.

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Designed for Multidisciplinary NICU teams

Diagnosis and treatment of genetic conditions requires a committed multi-disciplinary team

Institution-level membership is open to neonatal and pediatric intensive care teams from hospitals interested in learning more about clinical application of genomic medicine as well as those with well-established clinical genomic and research programs.

Participating teams should include diverse professionals such as medical geneticists, genetic counselors, lab directors, neonatologists, pediatricians, fellows, NICU nurses and neonatal nurse practitioners, physician medical directors, nursing directors.

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Harness the Power of the Genomic Network

Expand your multidisciplinary NICU team’s knowledge of precision medicine

Expert faculty leading the Genomic Network will facilitate learning, sharing, and collaboration between colleagues currently practicing genomic medicine and those new to it.

Activities will include quarterly webinars, annual conferences or workshops and online learning resources. The activities will allow healthcare clinicians to share best practices and deepen genomic literacy among teams with limited exposure to the application of genomic medicine.