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Using MGI data, Precision Health researchers Chad Brummett, Lars Fritsche, and a team from U-M Anesthesiology and Statistical Genetics studied genetic heritability in firbromyalgia.
Transcriptomic Signatures Predict Regulators of Drug Synergy and Clinical Regimen Efficacy against Tuberculosis
Precision Health Member and Investigator Sriram Chandrasekaran recently co-authored an article about a computational model his team has developed to identify effective drug combinations in tuberculosis treatment. The College of Engineering wrote a story about Chandrasekaran’s research, which is funded in part by his 2018 Investigators Award.
Announcing 2019 Investigators Awards
We are pleased to announce the seven research projects that have received funding through the 2019 Investigators Awards.
$5.8M gift boosts U-M Precision Health, bipolar research
The new $5.8 million gift from the Richard Tam Foundation brings the foundation’s total giving to U-M for bipolar research to $10 million, and will allow more scientists and clinicians to translate new knowledge into improved care. Support includes $500,000 for Precision Health at U-M, its first major gift.
Taking Machine-Learning Models in Health Care from Concept to Bedside
Machine learning—an application of artificial intelligence in which large amounts of data are processed, patterns are identified, and the information then applied to help answer real-life questions—holds enormous promise for… more