Cracking the Genetic Code – Vandana Shashi

Vandana Shashi shares how genomic sequencing helps doctors discover, identify, and even cure mystery illnesses in children. Vandana Shashi, M.D., is a professor of pediatrics for the Division of Medical Genetics at Duke University School of Medicine. She has board certifications in both pediatrics and clinical genetics. Shashi’s research interests include the application of latest technologies such as genome sequencing to enhance diagnosis, manage children with rare and undiagnosed diseases, and advocate for families that have a child with a rare disease. Shashi is the co-principal investigator of the National Institutes of Health designated site for the Undiagnosed Diseases Network at Duke Clinical Research Unit at Duke University. She also studies the genetic and brain developmen

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