The 2018-2019 Enabling Precision Health and Medicine Bass Connection team showcased their work at the 2019 Bass Connections Fair on April 17.
Short reflection from 2018-2019 Enabling Precision Health and Medicine Bass Connections student.
Duke recently signed a contract with LabArchives to provide electronic research notebooks to everyone at Duke for no cost.
Medicine and Neurology partnership receive Department of Defense Grant to investigate traumatic brain injuries and secondary illnesses.
CAGPM faculty Ricardo Henao is a principal investigator in three 2019 Innovation Projects supported by the Duke Institute for Health Innovation.
CAGPM Director Geoff Ginsburg will introduce and moderate a session on the latest research in personalized medicine at Personalized Medicine: Research & Adoption forum.
The Enabling Precision Health and Medicine Bass Connections team, led by Susanne Haga has been renewed for the 2019-2020 school year.
A new Bass Connections project, the Smart Toilet: A disruptive technology to improve health and wellness, led by Geoff Ginsburg, has been funded for the 2019-2020 school year.
Ephraim Tsalik is one of five finalists for the Antimicrobial Resistance Diagnostic Challenge through NIH. He will receive a grant to further develop his prototype and supply it for testing to two CLIA-certified independent laboratories.
Micah McClain received a 4-year Merit Award from the VA to explore the host genomic response to rickettsial infections in human patients and develop novel PCR-based tests that are capable of accurately diagnosing Spotted Fever Group rickettsii and Scrub typhus infections, which will allow for better therapeutic decision making.
Several CAGPMers co-authored a paper in Applied Clinical Informatics in which they investigated sociodemographic differences in the use of a patient-facing family health history-based risk assessment platform.
Several CAGPMers explored the performance of validated peripheral blood gene expression signatures in discriminating bacterial, viral, and noninfectious triggers in asthma patients.
The IGNITE network performed cross-network analyses to identify associations between participant demographics and attitudes toward the intervention, plan to share results, and quality of life among their six genomic medicine projects.
Lori Orlando and faculty from the Department of Orthopedic Surgery examined the efficacy of a first-time anterior shoulder dislocation (FTASD) decision tool intervention with individual preference measurement compared with a text-based control in a randomized controlled trial.
Ryan Shaw and colleagues published a paper describing how using mobile health technologies may enhance symptom management for pediatric blood and marrow transplant patients by providing patient-generated health data to foster personalized health strategies.
Chris Woods, along with several colleagues from Duke, examined how mercury exposure and poor nutritional status can interact with immune responses in children.
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.