Collaborate

Who

The application for eMERGE affiliate membership is open to all academic, non-profit and government organizations that are interested in participating in an open process, to facilitate genomic research in biorepositories with electronic medical records, and apply genomic results to clinical care.

Why

  • Access to eMERGE data prior to public release (see eMERGE Data Use Agreement)
  • Access to Network-developed tools and guidelines, both published and beta versions
  • Shared expertise in multidisciplinary areas
  • A rich collaborative environment with Network Sites

How

Existing collaborations

  • Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC):
      • Design & Anticipated Outcomes of the:
    eMERGE-PGx Project: A Multicenter Pilot for Preemptive Pharmacogenomics in Electronic Health Record Systems
  • Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER):
    • Return of Genomic Results to Research Participants: The Floor, the Ceiling, and the Choices in Between
    • eMERGE & CSER: The Convergence of Genomics and Medicine
  • Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) Consortium
  • US Food & Drug Administration (FDA)
  • Implementing Genomics in Practice (IGNITE) Network
  • Michigan Imputation Server (MIS)
  • PharmacoGenomics Research Network (PGRN) (eMERGE PGx project)
  • University of Colorado (Dr. Sonja Ziniel)
  • University of Louisville (Dr. Kyle Brothers)
  • University of Utah (OpenInfobutton project – Dr. Guilherme del Fiol)

eMERGE network affiliates

  • Cornell University
  • Duke University
  • John Hopkins University
  • Loyola University, Chicago
  • Meharry Medical College
  • Washington University, St. Louis
In the News

Here's what's happening with eMerge:

06
DEC

eMERGE Network is excited to share that Taryn Hall's project, Unfolding of hidden white blood cell count phenotypes for gene discovery using latent class mixed modeling; was published in Genes...

20
JUL

eMERGE Network is excited to share that Dr. Douglas Pet's project, Physicians Raise Concerns on Receiving Unsolicited Genomic Results; was published in Genetics in Medicine. The publication...

14
MAY

CDC's new blog post: Precision Medicine in Action: How well does cascade screening for hereditary conditions work in the real world? Posted on May 8, 2018 by 

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APR

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