Creating a more personalized, risk-based approach to breast cancer screening 

Elizabeth S. Burnside, MD, MPH, MS, FACRProfessor, RadiologyAssociate Dean, Team Science and Interdisciplinary Research, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public HealthDeputy Executive Director, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research Irene Ong, PhDAssistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Biostatistics and Medical InformaticsUniversity of Wisconsin Center for Human Genomics and Precision MedicineUniversity of Wisconsin Carbone […]

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 […]