Recordings now available for the MGI Symposium and our Research Community Engagement event
Did you miss attending our MGI Symposium or last month’s Research Community Engagement event? Or did you attend & want to relive the magic? Good news; recordings from both events are now available!
Hear a research presentation on issues of racial bias with the pulse oximeter from member Tom Valley. Watch the keynote address by Lisa Bastarache. Hear from from members on their use of MGI data, including Santhi Ganesh, Jasmine Luzum, and more!
Precision Health Graduate Certificate students as well as other Masters and PhD-level students; join us for our Precision Health Perspectives series, shining a light on our faculty Members, their research, & their place within of the field of precision health.
Tues, Oct 17th from 3:00-3:45pm
Dr. Jean Morrison, Assistant Professor – Biostatistics, School of Public Health
Fri, Nov 11th from 10:00-10:45am
Dr. Lionel Robert, Professor – Information, UMSI, Michigan Robotics
Mon, Dec 11th from 11:00-11:45am
Dr. Ariangela Kozik, Assistant Professor – Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Precision Health’s 2022 Annual Report is now available for viewing!
Featuring stories on: An update on our efforts to enrich the diversify of study participants, A 10-year retrospective for the Michigan Genomics Initiative, Providing a pathway to implement #AI & machine learning in health care, Members Abhinav Achreja (2018 PH Scholars Award recipient), Deepak Nagrath and their work developing a machine-learning algorithm to target and disable cancer cells’ metabolic pathways, and more! Read here
Monitoring program flags cancer patients at risk of highly toxic chemotherapy side effects
Member Daniel Hertz, associate professor of pharmacy (University of Michigan College of Pharmacy) is highlighted in this Michigan Medicine Health Lab piece, sharing how Hertz utilized Precision Health’s Michigan Genomics Initiative data to… more
Annual Report Highlights: Precision Health partners with Michigan MENA population to diversify cohort
Precision Health recruited its first participant into the Michigan and You: Partnering to Advance Research Together (MY PART) study in May 2020. Since its inception, MY PART’s main goal has… more