Author: Alissa

IGNITE PI Dr. Joshua Denny to serve as new Chief Executive Officer of All of Us research project Posted on December 11, 2019August 28, 2020 by Alissa As CEO, Denny will oversee NIH’s efforts to build one of the largest and most comprehensive precision medicine research platforms in the world, in partnership with a diverse …

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Publications

Filter Categories All () Archive () Clinical Implementation () Diagnosis () Education () EHRs () Gene-Disease () Genetic Testing () Meeting Summaries () Oncology () Other ‘Omics () PGx () Policy () Rare/Undiagnosed Disease () Sequencing () Risk Assessment/FHH () November 11, 2019PGx, Publication Affiliate network members as force amplifiers of genomic medicine research Future Medicine — The Implementing GeNomics In pracTicE (IGNITE) Network is an NIH-funded network dedicated to advancing …

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Implementation guides

CYP2C19-clopidogrel Implementation Guide This guide, created by experts in genomic medicine with real experience in implementing this genetic test in a clinical setting, will allow you to assess the current status of your implementation process to determine how best to configure your guide. The steps below will allow you to choose among the information resources …

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Ignite

The Implementing GeNomics In pracTiCe (IGNITE) Pragmatic Clinical Trials Network is an NIH-funded network dedicated to supporting the implementation of genomics in healthcare. The network is comprised of five research sites that help promote the mission of IGNITE through support from a coordinating center, working groups, affiliate members, and an external scientific panel. Coordinating CenterIndiana UniversityMount SinaiDuke …

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Andrea Ramirez to present at the AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium

Dr. Andrea H. Ramirez will present her research, Extracting Drug Exposure Epochs and Drug Response Outcomes from Electronic Health Records, at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2019 Annual Symposium on November 18. Her research was selected out of a record number of submissions to AMIA this year — over 1,200 across all categories! Dr. Ramirez is …

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Genetic testing to Understand and Address Renal Disease Disparities: The GUARDD Study

In this genomic medicine implementation pilot project, the team conducted a randomized trial in a network of community health centers and primary care facilities to study processes, effects and challenges of incorporating information for apolipoprotein L1 (APOL1)-attributable genetic risk for end stage kidney disease in patients of African ancestry with hypertension. Principal Investigator Carol R. …

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