Human Genetics Program

Overview

Director: Bernice Morrow 

The Human Genetics Program was established in 1996 to foster the development of research programs in human genetics at Einstein. The primary mechanism is the support of core facilities that provide specialized equipment and staff to assist the research programs of multiple investigators doing human genetic research. User fees are charged, but the facilities are highly subsidized through the generous donations of Samuel H. and Rachel Golding and of Benjamin Sperling. Below is the list of cores currently supported by the HGP.

In addition, investigators can apply for partial support of mouse cage perdiems. Click here for a paragraph you can use for grant applications.


 

Core Facilities

Gene Therapy Core - Director: Jayanta Roy-Chowdhury

Genotyping Core - Director: David Reynolds

Genome Imaging Facility (FISH) - Director: Cristina Montagna

Cell Culture Core - Director: Jidong Shan

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