GenIDA: Genetically determined
Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders

A website for Patients, Families and Professionals

You can register on GenIDA if:


  • ✔ One of your child, brothers, sisters or close relatives has manifestations of intellectual disabilities (ID) and / or autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

  • ✔ She/he has been diagnosed as carrier of a genetic mutation affecting a single gene or a small chromosomal segment and it has been concluded by a specialist that this mutation is responsible of the ID or ASD.
  • ✔ You are interested in providing and updating health information that will be kept anonymous and that will help gaining better knowledge on the genetic condition that affects you child, sister, brother or relative.

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Questionnaire


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678 users

327 active participants

Participants' countries of origin

(This chart only takes in account relatives for which we have at least one answer)

Collaborators


  • David A. Koolen
  • Tjitske Kleefstra
  • Kim P.J. Schellekens

Department of Human Genetics, Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

  • Bert B.A. de Vries
  • Edward Vernhout

Human Diseases Genes website series

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Genida International Project
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Families concerned by the Koolen-deVries Syndrome have access to our data analyses since last Thursday. We are very happy that this will be officially announced by David Koolen himself at the 2017 Patient Advocacy S...
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The first GenIDA results on specific conditions are coming!

Many of the cohorts* already constituted in the GENIDA project have a dedicated professional of reference (see picture). These are medical geneticists o...
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Genida International Project
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After very busy months, we are back with great news! Our data analyses are finally going to be accessible for participating families, starting with families concerned by the Koolen-deVries syndrome, the Kleefstra sy...
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Le projet GenIDA présenté à un grand congrès de Génétique médicale aux États-Unis.

Une affiche (poster) montrant les objectifs et le statut actuel du projet GenIDA a été présentée par Jean-Louis Mandel lors de du congrès annuel de l'Amercan ...
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Dear Families with a child/relative with Kleefstra syndrome (mutations in the EHMT1 gene or deletions affecting the 9q34 region of chromosome 9)*

The Kleefstra group on GenIDA has been growing since last December ...
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KBG Foundation @KGBFdn shared Genida International Project's photo.

"The first GenIDA results on specific conditions are coming! Note: KBG Syndrome is listed. We are anxious to read this report!"
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A printable summary of the questionnaire is now available on the main page of the GenIDA website (English / French). This allows professionals to get a quick overview of the questionnaire without any formal registrat...
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The 2nd meeting of GenIDA's international scientific and ethics advisory committee will take place on may 28 in Copenhagen, on the occasion of the large meeting of the European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG). Read more
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GenIDA present at a major meeting in the US.

A poster showing the purpose and current status of the GenIDA project was presented by Jean-Louis Mandel at the annual meeting of the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG), in Phoenix (Arizona)....
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And last but not least, data Security and Use (see the two previous posts for the others evaluations). Most GenIDA users are clearly not worrying about how we manage data security and about the potential use of thei...
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