The Center for Genetic Medicine (CGM) was founded in 2000 to facilitate the development of new genetic knowledge and its application to medicine, while improving public understanding of genetics. Today, this collaboration across Northwestern University, Northwestern Medicine, and the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago includes more than 150 faculty members from 28 departments and three schools.
Researchers who belong to the center work to improve our understanding of fundamental genetic mechanisms and the genetic basis of human disease. We support their work through our state-of-the-art core facilities, formal academic programs, and public education.
Learn more about us via the links below.
- Director's Message
Meet our director, Elizabeth McNally, MD, PhD, and learn more about her vision for our center
Help the Center for Genetic Medicine advance our mission
- News and Announcements
Find center news, announcements, breakthroughs and awards
Get details on upcoming center-sponsored events
Find open positions at the center
Reconnect with our center and fellow alumni
- Contact Us
Connect with the staff within our center and core facilities
- Sign Up
Sign up to stay informed about public events such as our biannual Silverstein Lecture Series.
Elizabeth McNally, MD, PhD
Greg Beitel, PhD