Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine’s Human Molecular Genetics Program is one of six research programs housed at the Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute. The Program is a center of translational genetic medicine. Through innovative basic science, we strive to generate new routes to therapy for inherited diseases. Central research themes include the regulation of gene expression; chromatin structure and modification in differentiated cells and stem cells; novel therapeutic approaches to neuromuscular disease; and signaling mechanisms in cancer.
Find more information on the Program via our Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute webpage.