Inside HGGA

Alyson Barnes earned her PhD at Duke University and is now a scientist at Variant Bio.

Inside HGG Advances: A Chat with Alyson Barnes

Posted By: HGG Advances HGGA: What motivated you to start working on this project?   AB: Clinical manifestations among C. trachomatis patients are highly variable. For example, up to 80% of C. trachomatis genital infections are asymptomatic and if left untreated, can lead to severe clinical outcomes such as pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancies, and infertility.... Read More

Nelson Ugwu earned his MD from the Yale School of Medicine and is now an Internal Medicine Resident at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Inside HGG Advances: A Chat with Nelson Ugwu

Posted By: HGG Advances HGGA: What motivated you to start working on this project?   NU: Despite being first described over 100 years ago, mutations underlying hepatic hemangiomas (HHs) had not been identified. Mutations associated with cutaneous venous malformations (CVMs) have been found, but a significant proportion still have no genetic explanation. We also found it... Read More

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