January 2015

Volume 17Issue 1p1-93
Open Archive
“Reef” by Michele Hehenberger. In my work I combine sand, resin, chalk, and cold wax medium with oil paint on wood. I am greatly inspired by observing the wonders of the natural world, and by learning about scientific discovery. I live in North Carolina, and my highly textural work can be seen in person at Frank Gallery on Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, where I am an active member. www.shellyhehenberger.com...
“Reef” by Michele Hehenberger. In my work I combine sand, resin, chalk, and cold wax medium with oil paint on wood. I am greatly inspired by observing the wonders of the natural world, and by learning about scientific discovery. I live in North Carolina, and my highly textural work can be seen in person at Frank Gallery on Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, where I am an active member. www.shellyhehenberger.com

In This Issue

News Briefs

Systematic Review

Review

Commentary

Invited Commentary

Original Research Article

Education Report

Brief Report

ACMG Policy Statement

ACMG Practice Guidelines

Letter to the Editor

Genetic Legacy

Erratum

Corrigendum

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