SiNERGe stands for the Sickle Cell Improvement in the Northeast region through education. The SiNERGe project is managed by Principal Investigators (PIs) at Johns Hopkins, who work with Site Principal Investigators in seven states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, to increase the number of highly-trained providers that treat sickle patients, and to increase the number of providers who prescribe hydroxyurea.
Visit the Johns Hopkins site for information about the Principal Investigators and Site Principal Investigators for SiNERGe.
There are four regions in the United States with similar projects. Each region has its own principal investigators, objectives and goals.