Precision Health Town Hall

Thursday, 6/1/2017, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: 1430 ISR-Thompson

The NIH Precision Medicine Initiative has dedicated $55 million to create four program areas: a Data and Research Support Center, Participant Technologies Centers, a Healthcare Provider Organizations network, and a Biobank. U-M's School of Public Health was named one of four sub-awardees that will work with the Data and Research Support Center at Vanderbilt University to mine and organize data, and create the tools to analyze it, while protecting those who share it.

ISR faculty are invited to attend a meeting with the directors of UM's Precision Health Initiative to generate ideas on how ISR might engage with Precision Health, how this initiative could help ISR in our research activity, and what opportunities exist for collaboration with ongoing work.

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