These doctors will participate in a Seattle clinic of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network. From left: Dr. Gail Jarvik, head of medical genetics at the University of Washington School of Medicine; Dr. Sirisak Chanprasert, assistant professor of medicine at UW; Dr. Katrina Dipple, head of genetic medicine at the UW Medicine Department of Pediatrics; Dr. Ian Glass, professor of pediatrics at UW, who practices at Seattle Children’s Hospital; and Dr. Fuki Hisama, professor of medicine at UW. (UW Medicine)

These doctors will participate in a Seattle clinic of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network. From left: Dr. Gail Jarvik, head of medical genetics at the University of Washington School of Medicine; Dr. Sirisak Chanprasert, assistant professor of medicine at UW; Dr. Katrina Dipple, head of genetic medicine at the UW Medicine Department of Pediatrics; Dr. Ian Glass, professor of pediatrics at UW, who practices at Seattle Children’s Hospital; and Dr. Fuki Hisama, professor of medicine at UW. (UW Medicine)

A new regional clinic aims to help diagnose rare disorders

A federal grant will fund a new regional clinic of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network in Seattle.

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