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Nearly 5 percent of U.S. children may be affected by FASD, according to a new study co-authored by Sanford Research’s Gene Hoyme, MD, and Amy Elliott, PhD.
Sanford Study Reveals FASD Prevalence
Nearly 5 percent of U.S. children may be affected by FASD, according to a new study co-authored by Sanford Research’s Gene Hoyme, MD, and Amy Elliott, PhD.
 

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  • Baack Receives NIH Grant

    Research will focus on preventing cardiovascular disease in the offspring of diabetic mothers.

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  • Exploring American Indian Infant Mortality

    Amy Elliott, PhD, and Jyoti Angal have a secured more than $1.7 million in NIH funding.

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  • Dr. Kelly Appears in National Journals

    Sanford surgeon, Dr. Pat Kelly, was recently published in a pair of national journals for two unique methods to treat aneurysms.

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  • Study Replicates Genetic Mutations

    David Pearce, PhD, has developed a mouse model replicating the genetic mutations in Batten disease.

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  • Dr. Savinov Published in Diabetes

    A team from The Sanford Project has identified a potential biomarker and therapeutic target for type 1 diabetes.

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Twitter Updates on Sanford Research
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  • @DrDavidPearce
    Surprising finding that blood group influences risk of developing type 2 #diabetes http://t.co/V6zQNjFYYd

  • @DrDavidPearce
    Mutations that alter #DNA splicing explored in #Cancer #Autism http://t.co/XI8sR3oJHd relevance to undiagnosed #raredisease too

  • @DrDavidPearce
    Genetic pathway that differentiates the human brain from other organisms reported http://t.co/kRznib35wf #GeekyScience

  • @theonlybernster
    RT @Rose_of_Sharon8: @KFS_Freedom has partnered with @SanfordCoRDS Rare Disease Registry Enroll: https://t.co/t8Xjmpbon5 … #news #research…