Keywords: Primary ciliary dyskinesia, interstitial lung disease, genome-scale sequencing, clinical genetics
William Hannah is a medical geneticist in the UNC Cancer and Adult Genetics Clinic. He has training in clinical genetics and genomics, medical biochemical genetics, and internal medicine. His research interests involve the complex genetics of pulmonary disease. His research has included the study of genetic causes of primary ciliary dyskinesia. Working with collaborators in pediatric pulmonology, he also studies the application of genomic sequencing to the diagnosis of individuals with childhood interstitial lung disease.
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- Clinical mentor/supervisor in the Clinical Genetics and Genomics residency program
- Faculty mentor, Carolina Genetics student organization
- Co-director of UNC ACMGF Summer Genetics Scholars Program
William Hannah in UNC Genetics News
January 6, 2020
Department of Genetics Publications for Dec. 15-28, 2019
Department of Genetics faculty, postdocs, students and collaborators published eleven documents during Dec. 15-28, 2019.
August 8, 2019
Department of Genetics Welcomes Dr. William Hannah
William Hannah, MD has been appointed as Clinical Assistant Professor on the fixed-term track, effective July 29, 2019.
July 1, 2019
Highlighted Faculty: Will Hannah, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Will Hannah joined the Department of Genetics in July 2019 as a Clinical Assistant Professor.