Research

iGenCO

In-Depth Genomics and Cross-Omics Analysis for Undiagnosed Rare Diseases on a User-Friendly Collaborative Platform

iGenCo project
Photo: Sangharsh Lohakare / Unsplash
Duration
01/01/2021 - 31/12/2023
Coordinator
Juan R. González (ISGlobal) / Sergi Beltran (CNAG-CRG)
Funded by
La Marató TV3

The iGenCo project aims to discover novel causative genes and enable the diagnosis of rare disease patients. The efforts will build on the Undiagnosed Rare Disease Program of Catalonia (URD-Cat) project and platform, in collaboration with many hospital research groups in Catalonia.

Juan R. González, head of the Bioinformatics Research Group in Epidemiology, and Sergi Beltran, Head of Bioinformatics Unit and the Data Analysis Team at the CNAG-CRG, work on developing innovative solutions to facilitate in-depth genomic and cross-omics analysis of molecularly undiagnosed rare disease patients.

Total Funding

300,000 €

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