The Human Genetics Amplifier is a software platform and ecosystem of interconnected web portals that integrate, interpret, and present human genetic and genomic data to spark insights into complex diseases.

The Knowledge Portals:

  • aggregate comprehensive data relevant to diseases and traits;

  • harmonize and analyze the data;

  • represent the data in a way that helps researchers to distill meaning from them; and

  • provide interactive tools for custom analyses that access individual-level data in a secure manner.

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Portals on HuGeAMP

Common Metabolic Diseases
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Type 2 Diabetes Knowledge Portal
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Cardiovascular Disease Knowledge Portal
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Cerebrovascular Disease Knowledge Portal
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Sleep Disorder Knowledge Portal
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musculoskeletal knowledge portal
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ALS Knowledge Portal
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What's new

Learn about effector gene predictions in our Sept. 17 webinar.

A paper on the Musculoskeletal Knowledge Portal was published today in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. "The Musculoskeletal Knowledge Portal: Making Omics Data Useful to the Broader Scientific Community" (Kiel et al., 2020) describes the evolution of the MSK-KP project and the goals of the MSK-KP.

If you missed our latest webinar demonstrating new workflows in the CMDKP, the video is now available.

Our Spring 2020 newsletter describing new datasets, new disease-specific portals, and the upcoming Common Metabolic Diseases Knowledge Portal is now available.