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Here's what other families have to say:

"We are very happy because we can understand what is the exact problem..."
Parent of child with congenital glaucoma and mutations in CYP1B1.

"Studies like these are vital to affected children's health and for family planning. Keep up the amazing research."
Mother of child with Peters' plus syndrome and mutations in B3GALTL.

"Having a confirmed diagnosis has been wonderful, I can say this is what my child has and this is how we can help him."
Mother of child with syndromic microphthalmia and mutation in SOX2.

"The nagging worry that something may be serioudly wrong and just was not identified yet is gone... The diagnosis has allowed me to move past the guilt. I have a new outlook on life… Our family and especially me are so thankful for the amazing work that is being done in your lab."
Parent of a child with syndromic microphthalmia.

Dr. Semina Lab Contact

Linda Reis, MS, CGC
Study Coordinator
(414) 955-7645 | Fax: (414) 955-6329
lreis@mcw.edu

Elena Semina, PhD
Director
(414) 955-4996 | Fax: (414) 955-6329
esemina@mcw.edu

Pediatrics Developmental Biology
Translational & Biomedical Research Center, Third Floor
Children's Research Institute
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226

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Milwaukee, WI 53226
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