Ian A Glass
Geneticist | Clinical Genetics (M.D.)4800 Sand Point Way Ne Seattle WA, 98105
Ian A. Glass, MBChB, MD, FACMG., is the director of Medical Genetics at Seattle Children's Hospital and the director of the Alaska Genetics & Birth Defects Program. He is also a Professor of Pediatrics ...
Education and Training
Univ of Otago, Med Sch, Dunedin, New Zealand
University of Otago Faculty of Medicine 1979
Medical GeneticsAmerican Board of Medical GeneticsABMG
- Low maternal serum oestriol at mid-trimester may indicate a fetal disorder of cholesterol biosynthesis.
- Clinical findings in a patient with FGFR1 P252R mutation and comparison with the literature.
- Prenatal diagnosis of dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa, by COL7A1 molecular analysis.
- Premature calvarial synostosis and epidermal hyperplasia (Beare-Stevenson syndrome-like anomalies) resulting from a P250R missense mutation in the gene encoding fibroblast growth factor receptor 3.
- Height discordance in monozygotic females is not attributable to discordant inactivation of X-linked stature determining genes.
- Histopathological analysis of Leri-Weill dyschondrosteosis: disordered growth plate.
- Trisomy of the short stature homeobox-containing gene (SHOX), resulting from a
- Prevalence of mutations in the short stature homeobox containing gene (SHOX) in Madelung deformity of childhood.
- Somatic and germline mosaicism for a R248C missense mutation in FGFR3, resulting in a skeletal dysplasia distinct from thanatophoric dysplasia.
- A report of dizygous monochorionic twins.
- Tightly linked polymorphic markers for fragile X syndrome and prenatal cytogenetic diagnostic experience.
- Effect of 24 months of recombinant growth hormone on height and body proportions in SHOX haploinsufficiency.
- The 10q24-linked split hand/split foot syndrome (SHFM3): narrowing of the critical region and confirmation of the clinical phenotype.
- Joubert syndrome: a haplotype segregation strategy and exclusion of the zinc finger protein of cerebellum 1 (ZIC1) gene.
- Genotype-phenotype correlation in congenital heart disease.
- Pediatrics, Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children, London
- Pediatrics, University College Hospital - London UK, London
- Pediatrics, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow
- Medical Genetics, Birmingham Maternity Hospital, Birmingham
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