Press Releases

  • June 21, 2022
  • Autism Commission on Quality (ACQ) Launches New Website
  • ACQ’s new website, autismcommission.org, to provide helpful information regarding the accreditation organization's services and related educational activities
  • The Autism Commission on Quality (ACQ) has launched a new website, autismcommission.org. The website will offer an array of updates related to ACQ’s new accreditation program for applied behavior analysis organizations serving individuals with autism.

  • May 19, 2022
  • Center for Genomic Interpretation Podcast Features Germline Variant Classification Expert, Dr. Bryan Gall, on Key Factors to Improve Accuracy of Genetic/Genomic Test Results
  • Session Highlights Science-based Principles and the Impact of Artificial Intelligence
  • The Center for Genomic Interpretation (CGI) continues hosting its cutting-edge Rising Tide Podcast series, which features nationally-recognized experts in precision medicine. In Episode 5, the CGI Podcast features an interview with Bryan Gall, PhD, a leading Clinical Variant Scientist in the germline clinical genetic test sector. The hour-long session, entitled “Variant Interpretation – the Achilles Heel of Clinical Genetics and Genomics: A conversation with a Clinical Variant Curation Team Supervisor working in the clinical genomic testing space,” focuses on some of the challenges and opportunities associated with ensuring the accurate interpretation of a genetic/genomic test results.

  • March 16, 2022
  • Project Heritage Shows Support for Expecting Mothers & Families – Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st
  • Saving the Lives Daily of the Unborn who might be aborted due to parent’s concerns about raising children with special needs
  • The World Health Organization and United Nations acknowledges March 21st as World Down Syndrome Day and this date is celebrated annually around the world. At Project Heritage the agency provides critical resources for free to help mothers and families better understand the possible inaccuracies of their fetal genetic test to help save the lives of the unborn, either through the elimination of abortions based on a false positive or based on a better understanding of the infant’s predicted disability.

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