Fold3 provides access to the world’s military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served. Original records at Fold3 help to discover and share stories about these everyday heroes, and the families that supported them.
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Dr. Philip Awadalla's research includes work relevant to human genomics and a broad range of chronic and rare diseases, including genetic infectious diseases in the developing world. Dr. Awadalla is also the Principal Investigator and Director of the CARTaGENE Biobank of Quebec. This prospective public health survey of Quebec, in its first phase, captured biological, clinical, genealogical and genomic data from over 20,000 participants.