The eMERGE Network aims to share best practices, expertise and experiences within and outside of the consortium, as well as disseminate association findings, tools and best practices to the scientific community at large. Below, you will find a subset of education and informatics-based tools, as well as templates & formats generated and implemented Network-wide. These tools are publicly available and shareable with other institutions or consortia. Click on each box to learn more:

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    • Catalogs and shares clinical decision support implementation artifacts and designs consideration for genomic medicine programs
  • eleMAP
    • Harmonizes local phenotype data dictionaries to existing metadata and terminology standards
  • eRecordCounter
    • Provides exploratory data figures for research planning purposes and feasibility assessment
  • PheKB
    • Offers a collaborative environment to build and validate electronic algorithms to identify characteristics of patients within health data
  • PheWAS Catalog
    • Functions as a platform for analysis of phenotypes against a single gene variant
    • Operates as a tool for exploring data for hypothesis generation, especially around drug response implications of genetic variation across the eMERGE PGx cohort
  • IMAGene
    • Helps you learn about genomic screening to determine which genetic tests are best
  • Learning Genetics
    • Presents introductory videos about components of genetics
    • Provides information about genetic test results and disease risks
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eMERGE is excited to share the results of the national multi-site survey it conducted to investigate public attitudes towards consent and data sharing in biobank research recently publish in AJHG.  For...


To All eRecordCounter Users, We have an upcoming scheduled maintenance window beginning Tuesday, February 21st through Sunday, February 26th. During this time, the eMERGE Record Counter application...


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Safe travels to our eMERGE investigators as they head to Vancouver this week to participate in ASHG 2016. Click here to view a list of eMERGE-specific presentations and here for general eMERGE...