Beth Tarini, M.D., M.S., assistant professor, Department of Pediatrics, says newborn screening is a complicated system in a race against time. "And if we lose the race, children can die from these disorders. If we can find affordable ways to make the system of newborn screening run the race faster, we can help save lives. With the help of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and experts across the University in health services, engineering and health policy, my research team is working to find a way to help us run a faster race."
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