A new test developed by Ephraim Tsalik and team may improve COVID-19 diagnosis.
Five CAGPMers are being recognized for the annual Career Service Awards.
Ryanne Wu will serve as guest editor for the upcoming Special Issue of the Journal of Personalized Medicine focusing on personalized medicine in primary care.
Associate Director of CAGPM Lori Orlando, M.D., just added a new title to her biography: book author.
Nurses, including our own Ryan Shaw, are leading the way to healthcare's future.
New study co-led by Chris Woods will follow and test hundreds of volunteers as part of a state effort to monitor disease.
Geoffrey Ginsburg has received a sub-award (NNJ15HK11B) through KBRwyle for a project entitled "One-Carbon Metabolism Genetics Data Analyses."
Ryan Shaw and Ph.D. student Anna Diane received an award for Diane's NIH/NINR NRSA Fellowship proposal "Engaging Black Men in Digital Health to Improve Self-Management of Type 2 Diabetes: An Iterative Participatory Design Approach."
The Enabling Precision Health and Medicine Bass Connections team, led by Susanne Haga, has been renewed for the 2020-2021 school year.
Lori Orlando, along with a team at Vanderbilt, was awarded a NIH Moonshot grant focused on boosting hereditary cancer identification. The team will use MeTree to collect and analyze family health history.
Ryanne Wu, Geoff Ginsburg and Lori Orlando examined the differences in data detail and risk identification rates between FHH collection directly from individuals using paper-based forms and an interactive web-based platform.
CAGPM faculty and staff members validate a microarray-derived host response signature and explore performance in microbiology-negative and coinfection cases.
Geoff Ginsburg and team highlight breakthroughs in the development of enabling technologies that further the goal of personalized and precision medicine, and remaining challenges that, when addressed, may allow truly individualized patient care.
Ricardo Henao was part of a team that developed a machine learning algorithm to evaluate thyroid fine-needle aspiration biopsy via whole slide images to predict malignancy.
Ryan Shaw co-authored a paper examining the use of mobile health technologies to generate and transmit data from diverse patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in between clinic visits.
The WearDuke protocol aims to describe a pilot feasibility study on wearables to assess student interest and to gather baseline data from college freshman, for the academic year 2019 to 2020.
The laboratory brings together expertise in molecular microbiology with genome sciences to develop next-generation diagnostic tests.
We support biobanking activities including IRB, sample collection, processing, storage, bar-coded chain of custody and e-inventory management.