Validating an algorithm to predict antidepressant response

Julia Sealock, PhDHuman Genetics PhD graduate Vanderbilt University Research Fellow Broad Institute Julia Sealock was drawn to a career in science and medicine after experiencing the devastating impact of disease in her own life. Shortly after Julia’s grandmother was diagnosed with late-onset Alzheimer’s disease, she became interested in studying genetics and neuropsychiatric disorders. Though she […]

Replicating published findings on hypertension prevalence in diverse populations

Paulette D. Chandler, MD, MPHAssistant Professor, Medicine – Harvard Medical SchoolAssociate Physician, Medicine – Brigham And Women’s Hospital Validating the hypertension algorithm Hypertension (HTN) is a leading risk factor for chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease. Yet despite its high prevalence, particularly in association with certain racial and socioeconomic factors, HTN remains underdiagnosed and undertreated. […]

New study fuels debate about the Latino Epidemiological Paradox in the U.S.

Olveen Carrasquillo, MD, MPHChief, Division of General Medicine – University of Miami;Miller School of Medicine Principal Investigator – All of Us Research Program at University of Miami;Participant Engagement Lead – All of Us Research Program’s Southeast Enrollment Center (SEEC) Raúl Montañez-Valverde, MDResident, Internal Medicine – Jackson Memorial Hospital at University of Miami Evidence about the […]