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Pediatric Genetic Medicine

Genetic medicine Dr. Hal Dietz and patient, TreyTrey Price, 14, with pediatric cardiologist and geneticist Hal Dietz in Dietz’s lab at Johns Hopkins.

The McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine | Department of Genetic Medicine at Johns Hopkins discovers and translates the marvels of genetics into treatments and cures for children and adults. With diverse clinical and research interests, genetics faculty diagnose and care for patients in an array of specialized medical genetics clinics throughout Johns Hopkins.

Children and their families are seen in Johns Hopkins pediatric genetics clinic for a multitude of conditions. See list of conditions we treat

Notice about COVID-19: We recognize there are a lot of “unknowns” during this time for patients with rare genetic conditions. Please reach out to your genetics providers with specific questions or concerns.

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