Prof. Golder N. Wilson


Professor of Pediatrics





Ph.D. University of Chicago, USA

M. D. University of Chicago 


Publications (selected)

  1. Wilson GN. Hunter syndrome (mucopolysaccharidosis II): Diagnosis, genetic testing, treatment, and referral. Consultant for Pediatricians 14:206-209, 2015.
  2. Benjamin B, Wilson GN. Registry analysis supports different mechanisms for gastroschisis and omphalocele within shared developmental fields. Am J Med Genet A 167: 2568-2581, 2015.
  3. Nur MM, Yamada M, Tonk V, Wilson GN. Chromosome Xq13.2 Microduplication Involving an X-Inactivation Gene in a Girl with Short Stature, Madelung Deformity, and von Willebrand Disease. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol 29(2): e39-42. 2016
  4. Tonk VS, Wilson GN. Inaccuracy of non-invasive prenatal screening demands cautious counsel and follow-up. Am J Med Genet A 170A:1086-1087, 2016.
  5. Wilson GN. Congenital anomalies from maternal disease or exposure. Consultant for Pediatricians, 15(9):470, 2016.
  6. Tanaka AJ, Cho MT, Willaert R,  et al. (19 authors including Wilson GN ) De novo variants in EBF3 are associated with hypotonia, developmental delay, intellectual disability, and autism. Cold Spring Harb Mol Case Stud 21; 3, 2017.
  7. Lehalle D, Mosca-Boidron AL, Begtrup A, et al. (37 authors including Wilson GN). STAG1 mutations cause a novel cohesinopathy characterised by unspecific syndromic intellectual disability. J Med Genet. 2017; 54:479-488.
  8. Wilson GN. Joint laxity/hypermobility: Old problems and new opportunities for family medicine. Fam Med Care, 2018.
  9. Wilson GN, Tonk VS. Autism: A different vision. Open Journal of Psychiatry, 8, 263-296, 2018.
  10. Tonk VS, Wilson GN. Is array-comparative genomic hybridization useful for children with apparently isolated congenital anomalies? Int Biol Rev 2:1-8, 2018.  
  11. Wilson GN. DNA needs a doctor: An update on genomic testing. Fam Med Care, 2018.
  12. van der Sluijs PJ1, Jansen S2, Vergano SA3, . . . Wilson GN, . . .Santen GWE (105 authors). The ARID1B spectrum in 143 patients: from non-syndromic intellectual disability to Coffin-Siris syndrome. Genet Med Open. 2018.
  13. Wilson GN. Clinical Analysis Supports Articulo-Autonomic Dysplasia as a Unifying Pathogenic Mechanism in Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and Related Conditions. J Biosciences Med 2019; 7:149-168.
  14. Wilson GN. Genomic analysis of 727 patients with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome I: Clinical perspective relates 23 genes to a maternally influenced arthritis-adrenaline disorder. J Biosciences Med. 2019; 7:181-204.
  15. Wilson GN, Tonk SS, Tonk VS, Lampe R. Complement gene mutation and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. J Biosciences Med.
  16. Wilson GN, Tonk VS. Mitochondrial dysfunction contributes to Ehlers-Danlos syndrome--A patient presentation. J Biol Lab Sci 220; 11:190-202.
  17. Wilson GN, Tonk VS. Do Severe Complications Like Aneurysms from Kawasaki and Kawasaki-Like Infections Arise in Children with Underlying Articulo-Autonomic Dysplasia/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome? Ann Ped Res 2020; 4(3):1-4.
  18. Mochel F, Rastetter A, Ceulemans, B, . . . Wilson GN (16th among 37 authors), and Depienne C. Variants in the SK2 channel gene (KCNN2) lead to dominant neurodevelopmental movement disorders. Brain, in press.
  19. Wilson GN, Tonk VS A Protocol for Qualifying DNA Variants Associated with Complex Diseases like Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
  20. Palmer EF et al. (Wilson GN ~70th among ~80 authors). Functional and clinical studies reveal pathophysiological complexity of CLCN4-related neurodevelopmental condition. Molec Psych IF13, in press, 2022.

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