width=As a founding member of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH), the A-T Children’s Project joins 148 organizations and institutions to meet the challenge of sharing genomic and clinical data to advance human health. Analyzing large amounts of genomic data will help researchers find treatments for both common and rare disorders. At the first in-person GA4GH meeting this week in London, Brad Margus spoke to the audience of over 200 and represented the A-T Children’s Project, joining groups such as the National Institutes of Health, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and the California Institute of Technology.

To read more about this initiative, find the press release from GA4GH and an interview with the science journal Nature.

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