The Undiagnosed Rare Disease Clinic, directed by Erin Conboy, MD, was launched in January 2020. Patients include those who likely have a rare undiagnosed disease that has a high likelihood of a genetic cause. This program is focused mainly on pediatrics, but patients may be any age, from newborns to those with adult-onset disorders. Patients have likely been seen by multiple providers and had extensive testing done, but still have not received conclusive results about their condition. Specific expected symptoms include: multiple congenital anomalies, abnormalities (that you can see on physical exam or as internal organ malformations), patients with severe developmental delays, severe autism, severe seizures, or Mendelian disorders (involving one specific gene).