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Hopkins inHealth Sep 24
Using the precision medicine analytics platform, Dr. Garibaldi and researchers developed a new COVID-19 prediction model, designed to forecast the trajectory of a hospital patient.
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Hopkins inHealth Aug 6
Applications close 8/7 at 5pm for the Johns Hopkins Medicine Leadership in Analytics and Data Science (LEADS) cohort. Apply for this data stewardship leadership program for analysts here:
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Hopkins Med News Jul 27
Register today for new hands-on, online course “Introduction to Precision Medicine Analytics” beginning 8/31. Click here for more information on this course offered by the Division of Health Sciences Informatics Register by 8/7!
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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These are a few points during his lecture. You can replay his full talk later this week:
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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Digital contact tracing is used to track the spread of COVID-19. Individuals enter the data in the smart phone or tablet will allow them to alert those they came in contact with everywhere they went. (train, work, home, etc).
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
., , and collaborated to create an app to help determine symptoms of the novel .
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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. points out that when it comes to COVID-19, it is important to find the biology of the virus. In COVID-19, they found the spike glycoprotein.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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. says will be important when it comes to defeating pandemics. To do this they have to address the following: o Biology of virus o Biology of host o AI supported diagnoses o Syndromic surveillance o Digital contract tracing
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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is now known to be a multi-system disease, which means it can cause harm to many of our body systems, making it complex to treat.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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+ : COVID-19 is a heterogeneous disease and people develop symptoms at different levels of severity. A precision medicine approach can be used to understand COVID-19 further.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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It is important to implement data science in precision medicine. is an interdisciplinary field that use big data, machine learning and scientific hypotheses.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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. said, "in an ideal world we wouldn't have ICUs since we'd be able to make predictions about someone’s decline in health.”
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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Molecular sequencing has become more affordable over the years, so researchers are now able to sequence a genome quickly for a lower cost.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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Why use Precision Medicine now? There has been great advances in molecular sequencing and imaging, electronic health records are widely available and artificial intelligence is booming.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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To simplify , it is ensuring that the right treatment is delivered to the right person at the right time.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
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Did you miss 's lecture? The replay will be available later this week, but here are some important points he made
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 21
Tune in now! Hear discuss the importance of and how to leverage methods to defeat and create resilience.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 20
Tune in tomorrow at noon to hear discuss the growing importance of and medicine during this critical time.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 6
.'s Dean Paul Rothman on health sector game-changers: the ability to analyze using , , and :
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One Mind Jun 25
This week on Brain Waves, we explore the intersection of creativity and mood disorders along with two guests who live with . Luna, a filmmaker, and Dr. Kay Jamison, Professor of Mood Disorders at . Join us tomorrow at 12 PST:
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