Dr. Touran Zadeh is one of the founders and is the director of Genetics Center. She is also the director of genetics services and the director of the Cleft and Craniofacial Program at CHOC Children's.
She is also the medical director of Genetics Center as a comprehensive Prenatal Diagnostic Center, laboratory director of its cytogenetics and molecular genetics laboratories, training director for its Clinical Cytogeneticist Scientist training program, and Chair of its Education Committee overseeing continuing education programs.
Dr. Zadeh is board certified in clinical genetics, clinical cytogenetics and pediatrics. She completed fellowship training in clinical genetics and developmental disabilities, as well as clinical cytogenetics at UC Irvine. She completed her pediatric internship at Mercy Hospital Medical Center, and her pediatric residency at Cook County Hospital both in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Zadeh received her medical training at Pahlavi School of Medicine, Iran.
Dr. Zadeh has a strong interest in laboratory management and development, and also in chromosome abnormalities, molecular diagnostics, prenatal diagnosis and fetal anomalies, craniofacial disorders, dysmorphology and developmental disabilities. She has written numerous abstracts and journal articles, and is a fellow of the American College of Medical Genetics.