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Transforming Down syndrome research with the largest and most comprehensive study of its kind.
Serves as the clinical care center of the Linda Crnic Institute for Down Syndrome.
Dedicated to significantly improving the lives of people with Down syndrome.
Serves those affected by Alzheimer’s disease, including adults with Down syndrome.
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After serving as Executive Director for five years, Tom Blumenthal is pleased to pass the
baton to Joaquin Espinosa, effective July 2017. Dr. Espinosa holds an appointment as Professor in the Department of
Pharmacology at the University of Colorado Denver School of
Medicine, is co-Leader of the Molecular Oncology
program at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, and is the founding Director
of the Functional Genomics Facility at
the University of Colorado.
Dr. Espinosa directs a multidisciplinary
research program investigating how gene networks control cell behavior and
organismal function with two main focus areas – cancer biology and Down
syndrome. He also spearheads the Human Trisome Project at the Crnic Institute, which is the largest and most comprehensive cohort study of its kind.
The Crnic Institute is excited to welcome Dr. Espinosa aboard!
Read about Crnic's "game-changing discovery" in Westword
Global CEO, Michelle Sie Whitten, speaks on Colorado Public Radio
Denver Post calls on congress for more Down syndrome research funding
Crnic scientists take a first-ever look a the metabolism of red blood cells in Down syndrome
Newest research from Crnic: Trisomy 21 proteome suggests autoinflammation
Rep. Roybal-Allard calls on Congress to fund Down syndrome research
Watch the first ever congressional hearing on Down syndrome research
Researchers at CU try to understand why people with Down syndrome get fewer cancers
The Crnic Human Trisome Project is going to Washington D.C.
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