The Center for Precision Medicine Models at Baylor College of Medicine aids researchers, clinicians, genetic counselors, patients and support organizations in the development and study of precision animal models of human-disease-associated genetic variation.
Nominate a Variant for Modeling
Variant Nomination Guidance
View our Variant Nomination Guidance for more details on the criteria and variant nomination and review processes. If a variant is selected for modeling, the center works closely with the nominator to develop an experimental plan that addresses key clinically relevant questions.
Track your Nomination
Nominators are provided password protected access to our Nomination Tracking System where their submitted nomination information, status of the Center’s review, review comments, and a final decision letter can be accessed. When a project is accepted for animal modeling, the Nomination Tracking System provides a link to our Project Management System where project progress can be monitored.
The Center for Precision Medicine Models at Baylor College of Medicine (U54 OD030165) is funded by the NIH Office of Research Infrastructure Programs through the Office of the Director. Efforts at Baylor are complemented by funded centers at The Jackson Laboratory and University of Alabama Birmingham.