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POSTER SESSIONS
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ednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will pr
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2411
W Hello Genetics (Alô Genética): A Brazilian
strategy to provide guidance and education in genetics
to primary health care providers.
T. Vieira, D. Nadler,
L. Silva, N. Murcia, C. Giugliani, C. Rafaelli, R. Giugliani.
2412
W Experimental and computational biologists:
Lessons learned from a transdisciplinary training
program.
M. A. Fernandez-Altuna, I. Imaz-Rosshandler,
A. L. Escobedo-Ramos, M. Mata-Sotres, C. Rangel-
Escareño.
2413
W Human genetic variation: A flipped class oom
exercise in cultural competency.
K. Tuttle, S. Dasgupta.
2414
W How is high school students’ genomic literacy
correlated with their attitudes toward promotion
of genomic studies? A comparison with a result of
general public survey in Japan.
I. Ishiyama, T. Tanzawa.
2415
W Geneticists teaching genetics to New Orleans
K-12 schools and universities.
F. Tsien, J. Loupe, A.
Iyengar.
2416
W Accelerating public awareness of personal
genetics.
M. E. Gelbart, L. Tomaselli, D. Waring, T. Wu.
2417
W Parents and newborn screening decisions:
Empirical assessment of specific educational
messages.
B. J. Wilson, B. K. Potter, J. C. Carroll, J.
Little, D. Castle, D. Avard, P. Chakraborty, S. Craigie, H.
Etchegary, L. Lemyre, F. A. Miller, G. A. Wells, J. Millburn,
R. Rennicks White, G. Tawagi, M. Walker, CIHR Emerging
Team in Genomics in Screening.
2418
W On 30th anniversary of Orphan Drug Act:
A review of resources to inform and connect rare
disease patients.
M. H. Dunkle, J. O’Leary, H. Hyatt-
Knorr, M. Snyder, J. Lewis.
2419
W “Will he be bald?” Introducing the general
public to the genomic era.
M. Kriek, K. Kraaijeveld, H.
Sminia, B. Gravendeel, M. Schilthuizen, J. T. den Dunnen.
2420
W Personalized medicine — What do people
think?
L. Leitsalu, A. Allik, A. Metspalu.
2421
W Vignettes as an aid to deciding about genetic
testing.
D. Zallen.
2422
W Incorporating bioinformatics into the
undergraduate genetics curriculum through an
authentic research project.
B. V. Bowling, E. D. Strome.
2423
W Integrating authentic research in human
genetics into an undergraduate liberal arts curriculum
to enhance the pace of rare disease gene discovery for
underserved populations.
R. Jinks, B. Davis, D. Roberts,
E. Rice, K. Brigatti, E. Puffenberger, K. Strauss.
2424
W Inverted curriculum: An online activity
replaces in-class lecture to teach regulation of the
lactose operon in a general genetics undergraduate
classroom.
T. Kelson, M. DeWall, S. Minnich, G.
Arrizabalaga, J. Anderson, D. Knox.
2399
T Neuropsychiatric outcomes in PKU patients
treated with sapropterin: Results from the randomized,
controlled PKU ASCEND (PKU 016) trial.
S. Prasad, B.
Burton, A. Feigenbaum, M. Grant, R. Hendren, R. Singh,
S. Stahl, C. Zhang.
2400
F Effect of globotriaosylceramide on
cytokine profile in dendritic cells and monocytes:
Consequences for Fabry disease.
P. Rozenfeld, P. De
Francesco, J. Mucci, R. Ceci.
2401
T Is common mutation in
SCO2
associated
with reproductive failure in the Polish population?
Preliminary study.
S. Łuczak, D. Piekutowska-
Abramczuk, A. Jezela-Stanek, K. Chrzanowska, M.
Kugaudo, A. Cies´likowska, A. Kochan´ ski, P. Kowalski, E.
Ciara, J. Trubicka, D. Jurkiewicz, M. Pelc, M. Borucka-
Mankiewicz, M. Krajewska-Walasek, E. Pronicka.
2402
F Frequency of inherited metabolic diseases
in high-risk children in a North Indian tertiary care
hospital.
S. Attri, A. Patial, P. Kumar, P. Singhi, S. Singhi,
S. Sharda, C. Kumari, I. Dwivedi, S. Kapoor, L. Kratz.
2403
T Different combinations of
ACADS
mutations
cause SCAD deficiency in an infant and his mothe .
A. N. Dang Do, J. Cox, M. Johnson, L. Kratz, T. Wang.
2404
F A formal approach to evaluating the
neuropsychiatric manifestations of PKU: Assessing
the content validity of ADHD rating scales in
phenylketonuria.
K. Mooney, S. Prasad, S. Kummer
Shaffer, K. S. Gries, P. Auguste, D. Bilder, K. W. Wyrwich.
2405
T The role of innate immune system activation
and signaling in vascular disease in the MPS I canine
model.
M. Vera, S. Q. Le, S. Kan, P. Dickson, R. Wang.
2406
F Defective T-cell function in a mouse model of
citrullinemia type I.
T. N. Tarasenko, J. Gomez-Rodriguez,
P. J. McGuire.
Genetics/Genomics Education
2407
W Local and international medical geneticists
and genetic counselors collaboration: The first
Vietnamese-North American genetics conference
in Hanoi, Viet Nam.
K. Leppig, M. Laurino, D. Sternen,
J. Thompson.
2408
W Making sense of a primary care role in genetics:
Views of genetics professionals.
J. C. Carroll, S. Morrison,
F. A. Miller, B. J. Wilson, J. A. Permaul, J. Allanson.
2409
W A brief curriculum for physician orientation
to clinical whole genome sequencing.
M. A. Giovanni,
J. Krier, J. L. Vassy, D. Lautenbach, R. C. Green, M. F.
Murray, for The MedSeq Project.
2410
W Teaching physicians about genomic medicine.
I. Maya, l. Basel-Vanagaite, E. Basel-Vanagaite, A. Koifman,
D. M. Behar, R. Tomashov-Matar, R. Sukenik-Halevi, A.
Reches, M. Shohat.