Search results related to Lisa Gehtland

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The North Carolina experience with mucopolysaccharidosis type I newborn screening

August 2019

Early check

Translational science at the intersection of public health and newborn screening
July 2019
Don Bailey
Announcement

RTI International and the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health edit a special issue of the North Carolina Medical Journal on newborn screening

January 14, 2019

Early check

A North Carolina research partnership
January 2019
RTI's logo
Announcement

RTI International and University of North Carolina award seed funds for environment and health research

December 05, 2018
RTI in the Media

You can get your baby tested for two rare genetic disorders - for free

October 23, 2018
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A mother kissing her child
News Release

New NC-Based Study to Advance Research Through Free and Expanded Health Screening for Newborn Babies

October 15, 2018

Early check

A voluntary newborn screening program and research registry to facilitate clinical trials in pre-symptomatic infants with rare diseases
May 2018
Event

2017 Newborn Screening and Genetic Testing Symposium

Sep 10 2017
RTI in the Media

N.C. babies to get free testing for potentially fatal condition

January 26, 2017
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Parental intentions to enroll children in a voluntary expanded newborn screening program

September 2016
A newborn baby receives a medical checkup.
Project

Newborn Screening, Ethics, and Disability Studies

Improving the health of babies and children with disabilities through research
A boy receives a vaccine injection
Practice Area

Public Health and Well-Being

Center for Newborn Screening, Ethics, and Disability
Center

RTI Center for Newborn Screening, Ethics, and Disability Studies

Newborn Screening
Center

Newborn Screening

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