Our faculty, researchers and staff are dedicated to understanding the genetics of complex lung and immune-related conditions common in patients cared for at National Jewish Health and the University of Colorado Denver. 

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 Staff of Integrated Center for Environment Genes and Health

Front row, L to R: Rebecca Davidson, Shereen Khwajazada,
Lesly DeArras, Eveline Farias-Hesson, Amara Seng, Roland
Marcus, Michael Strong; Second row, L to R: Cydney Urbanek,
Sonia Leach, Dan LaFlamme, Max Seibold; Third row, L to R:
Randal Anselment, Scott Alper, Leah Teeter, Brian O'Connor

Lung Genomics Research Consortium

This multi-center Consortium uses advanced genetic and molecular tools to characterize and better understand COPD and pulmonary fibrosis.
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Familial Pulmonary Fibrosis Research

National Jewish Health has teamed with Duke University and Vanderbilt University to investigate inherited genetic factors that play a role in the development of familial pulmonary fibrosis.
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NTM Center for Excellence

The Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) Center of Excellence is comprised of National Jewish Health physicians and researchers dedicated to enhancing the clinical care for all patients with NTM infections, and expanding the body of knowledge on NTM through translational research.

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