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Division of Medical Genetics and Genomics, The Mount Sinai Hospital


The Mount Sinai Hospital
1428 Madison Ave
Atran Building, 1st Floor
New York, NY 10029

Phone

212-241-6947

Fax

212-860-3316

Email Address

[email protected]

Description

The Division of Medical Genetics and Genomics at The Mount Sinai Hospital specializes in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of adult and pediatric patients with or suspected of having genetic diseases, birth defects, reproductive complications, or cancer risks. Our team includes doctors who specialize in medical genetics, as well as genetic counselors, nutritionists, nurse practitioners, and social workers. Our physicians specialize in the areas of in lysosomal storage diseases, urea cycle deficiencies, congenital and craniofacial abnormalities, porphyria, Fragile X Spectrum disorder, inborn errors of metabolism, mitochondrial disorders, and more. Our division partners with the Mount Sinai Recanti Miller Transplantation Institute in our Pediatric Liver Metabolic Transplant Program to provide comprehensive, world-class treatments for pediatric patients with inherited disorders of metabolism. We are part of the Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences, one of the largest genetics departments in the country, dedicated to the understanding, prevention, treatment, and cure of genetic diseases and birth defects.

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