SALT LAKE CITY — It is called the “loneliest” diagnosis because few have heard of the birth defect that kills hundreds of babies each year. Now, Utah families and researchers at the University of Utah are teaming up to find answers. full article here.
One thousand Utahns with family histories of rare and life-threatening diseases are participating in something called the 1K Project — although their part ended a while ago. Full Article is here.
November 13th KSL.com article features Professors from the Human Genetics Department. they discussed recent funding cuts which will eventually take a toll on research at the University of Utah. Click Here to see the article and view the video.