CHOP at the ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting

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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) will be represented in-person and virtually at the Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting hosted by the American College of Medical Genetics in Salt Lake City, March 14–18.  

Who will be there

Many members of our team will be presenting in various sessions. Stop by to say hello!

Posters and Presentations

(P361) Complex Lymphatic Anomalies: Design of a Prospective Natural History Study (Erica Schindewolf, MS)

(P129) Development of a Maternal-Fetal Questionnaire to Aid in the Improvement of Prenatal Care for Lymphatic Anomalies  (Erica Schindewolf, MS)

(O44) Diagnostic Yield of Amniocentesis in Pregnancies ≥ 24 Weeks: An International Multicenter Study (Juliana Gebb, MD, and Erica Schindewolf, MS)

(P294) It’s Time to Listen to the Families: A Disease Concept Model for Gould Syndrome(Ana Cristancho, MD)

(P631) Novel Prenatal Phenotype of Biallelic Mutations in SLC5A6: Expanding the Phenotypic Spectrum (Julie Moldenhauer, MD, FACOG, FACMG, Ana Cristancho, MD, and Juliana Gebb, MD)

(P607) Prenatal Presentation of Baraitser-Winter Syndrome: A New Lymphatic Multiple Congenital Anomaly Syndrome (Natalie Burrill, MS, LCGC, Nahla Khalek, MD, MPH, MS, Edward R. Oliver, MD, PhD, Renee DiCicco, MS, LCGC, and Julie Moldenhauer, MD, FACOG, FACMG)

(P606) Two Cases of Prenatally Diagnosed Cri-du-Chat Syndrome and Associated MRI Findings (Renee DiCicco, MS, LCGC, Natalie Burrill, MS, LCGC, Nahla Khalek, MD, MPH, MS, Juliana Gebb, MD, Sonika Agarwal, MBBS, MD, DNB, MNAMS, Matthew Whitehead, MD, Deborah Zarnow, MD, MS, Edward R. Oliver, MD, PhD, Ashley Bach, MD, MPH, Julie Moldenhauer, MD, FACOG, FACMG)

(P624) First Case of a FBXW11-Related Disorder Diagnosed via Prenatal Whole Exome Sequencing (Lisa Pilchman, MS, LCGC, Beverly Coleman, MD, FACR, Julie Moldenhauer, MD, FACOG, FACMG)

(P623) Prenatal Diagnosis of a RNU4ATAC-Related Disorder Detected by Whole Genome Sequencing Not Seen by Exome Sequencing on the Initial Proband (Lisa Pilchman, MS, LCGC, Beverly Coleman, MD, FACR, Allan Fisher, MD, FACMG, FACOG, Natasha Combs, MS LCGC, Kendall Kaufmann, MS, Julie Moldenhauer, MD, FACOG, FACMG, Juliana Gebb, MD) 

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