eMERGE HGSC-Clinical Laboratory

The Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Phase III program of the National Institutes of Health aims to develop and validate electronic phenotyping algorithms for large-scale, high-throughput genomics research; to discover genetic variants related to complex traits; to disseminate results and lessons learned to the scientific community; and to deliver state-of-the-art genomic knowledge, methods, and approaches to clinical decision support and clinical care.

eMERGE III consists of nine study sites, two central sequencing and genotyping facilities and a coordinating center. This portal is for sample uploads from sites served by the Human Genome Sequencing Center-Clinical Laboratory (HGSC-CL) and serves as a gateway to all data housed in the eMERGE Data Commons.

Investigators at external institutions may apply for affiliate membership to the eMERGE Network. Information about affiliate membership such as benefits, criteria for participation, and application process can be found at the eMERGE webpage.


  November 22, 2019

The NHGRI has begun its recruitment cycle for Program Analysts which will begin Summer 2020. ...

  October 8, 2019
NIH Office of Disease Prevention’s 2020 Early Stage Investigator Lecture Call for Nominations! Office of Disease Prevention 2020 Early-Stage Investigator Lecture

Nominations Due: November 1, 2019, at 11:59 p.m.

Winner Notified: January 15, 2020

Lecture Presentation at the NIH: April 8, 2020

We are pleased to announce the 2020 call for nominations for the...

  August 29, 2019

Headed to ASHG in Houston this October? NHGRI is hosting a free ancillary workshop that will help clear up some of the mysteries of applying for grants at the NIH!

The Early Career Researcher’s Guide to the NIH Funding Process
Wednesday, October 16th
7:15-8:45 am
Hilton Americas – Houston
Rm 337AB, Level 3

At this workshop, you will learn the tips and tricks that will...