Rare Disease STD 2017 web Page 1Thursday, March 2 | 5 - 7 p.m. | Bradley Lecture Center.
Art Exhibit Reception "Beyond the Diagnosis" 

Children's of Alabama is hosting a reception for the traveling art exhibit, “Beyond the Diagnosis,” which artists have donated their time and talents to paint patients who have rare diseases. Children’s is pleased to join medical schools, research institutes and hospitals around the globe in hosting this exhibit to raise awareness of the need for more timely diagnoses and improved care for children with rare diseases.
Click here for the art exhibit invitation

Friday, March 3 | 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. | Bradley Lecture Center
4th Annual Rare Disease Genomics Symposium

To see the agenda, learning objectives, and speakers, click here
Register here for the symposium: www.ChildrensAl.org/genetics
Learn about the benefits of a synergistic approach to genomics. Hear talks from specialists and bring your questions to a distinguished panel of experts. Tour the innovative HudsonAlpha facility and enjoy a networking lunch and evening reception with your colleagues. Download the flyer 
May 8 | 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. |  Huntsville, AL
Biology Seminar Announcement Barsh 1 18 1742Greg Barsh, M.D., Ph.D., Investigator at HudsonAlpha Institute and Professor of Genetics at Stanford University School of Medicine, will present "Stripes and Spots: Genetics of Color Variation in a Post-Genome World." The lecture will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 18 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. in Campbell Hall, room 274.
Rare Disease STD 2017 web Page 1The University of Alabama at BirminghamChildren’s of Alabama and the Center for Genomic Medicine at UAB/HudsonAlpha will be hosting the 4th-Annual “Genetics and Genomics in Day to Day Medical Practice” Rare Disease Symposium in the Bradley Lecture Center from 8 a.m. till 3:30 p.m. on Friday, March 3, 2017. Cost to attend is $35. Register at www.childrensal.org/genetics. Keynote address by Dr. Deborah Krakow of UCLA. Contact Shaila Handattu with questions at hande@uab.edu.
Collage TKC COAUAB’s genetics clinics have moved to new clinical space in Children’s of Alabama and the Kirklin Clinic from their previous location in the Hugh Kaul Human Genetics Building. Pediatric clinics transitioned to the sixth floor of the Dearth Tower at Children’s in October.  Adult genetics clinics are now located on the first floor of the Kirklin Clinic as of Nov. 15.