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Filippo Pinto e Vairo, M.D., Ph.D., is a clinical geneticist with particular interest in lysosomal diseases and precision medicine. His research goal is to develop and implement novel methodologies to identify genetic variants that cause disease and to functionally validate variant pathogenicity.
Dr. Vairo is the medical director of the Program for Rare and Undiagnosed Diseases in the Center for Individualized Medicine, which aims to transform clinical practice for patients. The program is establishing genomic clinical services for patients with rare diseases in close collaboration with divisions and departments throughout Mayo Clinic, improving the triaging of patients with undiagnosed diseases to facilitate better clinical care, and promoting translational research by enhancing discovery opportunities. This work will ultimately increase the number of patients who receive a genetic diagnosis and improve their clinical management and treatment.
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