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research overview Zohreh Talebizadeh, PhD, is the Director of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Genetics Research Laboratory at Children's Mercy. Dr. Talebizadeh’s research interests focus on genetic and epigenetic factors underlying autism etiology. The integral parts of her research include: applying integrated system biology approaches (i.e., linking genomic and phenotypic data) with the focus on identification of autism spectrum subtypes and examining gene regulatory processes (e.g., X chromosome inactivation, noncoding RNAs, and alternative splicing). Her work on expression profiling of microRNAs was one of the first reports on the role of these regulatory factors in autism. Her novel multi-step subject stratification approach to address differences within and between families in autism has been highlighted by the autism research community. Most recently, she has published a paper, using a combination of experimental data and computational genomic analysis that provided the first line of evidence for the potential role of retrotransposed elements and noncoding RNAs in the etiology of autism. At the regional level, Dr. Talebizadeh plays a leadership role in the Neurodevelopmental Working Group organized by BioNexus KC as part of their Path to 2025 plan. In addition to her genetics research work, Dr. Talebizadeh leads a Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) funded initiative called Autism Genetics and Outcomes that promotes partnership between genetics and outcomes researchers. She has been an active member of the following scientific societies: American Society of Human Genetics (1997-present), International Society for Autism Research (2006-present), and has served as a PCORI Ambassador (2016-present). Due to her unique dual expertise, i.e., leading both genetics and patient outcomes research studies, she was invited to serve a three-year term (2019-2022) on the Newborn Screening Translational Research Network Steering Committee, organized by the American College of Medical Genetics.

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Concept Chromosome Deletion
Concept Chromosome Mapping
Concept Chromosomes, Human, Pair 1
Concept Chromosomes, Human, Pair 15
Concept Chromosome Breakage
Concept Chromosome Fragile Sites
Academic Article Prader-Willi syndrome and a deletion/duplication within the 15q11-q13 region.
Academic Article Microarray analysis of gene/transcript expression in Prader-Willi syndrome: deletion versus UPD.
Academic Article Behavioral differences among subjects with Prader-Willi syndrome and type I or type II deletion and maternal disomy.
Academic Article Microarray analysis of gene/transcript expression in Angelman syndrome: deletion versus UPD.
Academic Article Insulin resistance and obesity-related factors in Prader-Willi syndrome: comparison with obese subjects.
Academic Article Brief report: non-random X chromosome inactivation in females with autism.
Academic Article X chromosome gene expression in human tissues: male and female comparisons.
Academic Article X-chromosome inactivation patterns in females with Prader-Willi syndrome.
Academic Article Body composition and fatness patterns in Prader-Willi syndrome: comparison with simple obesity.
Academic Article Comparison of X-chromosome inactivation patterns in multiple tissues from human females.
Academic Article Autism Genetic Database (AGD): a comprehensive database including autism susceptibility gene-CNVs integrated with known noncoding RNAs and fragile sites.
Academic Article A Novel Stratification Method in Linkage Studies to Address Inter- and Intra-Family Heterogeneity in Autism.
Academic Article Novel mutation in the KCNQ4 gene in a large kindred with dominant progressive hearing loss.
Academic Article Lessons learned from the DFNA37 gene discovery odyssey.
Grant X chromosome inactivation and candidate gene studies in females with autism

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