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The University of Michigan (U-M) recently launched a study to discover if data collected on  more

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The CTSA Program’s Domain Task Forces (DTFs)* provide program members the opportunity to engage and connect across the national consortium. The DTFs advance the field of translational science through open discussions, project planning more

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Omics techniques that rapidly analyze large amounts of genomic and other data from an individual cell, tissue or patient could greatly benefit precision medicine, but not without challenges. The Regulatory Science to Advance Precision Medicine Working Group, led by scientists at the University more

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Technologies like 3D printing hold a lot of promise for precision medicine - even allowing scientists to grow new ears for children. As these technologies quickly advance, so does the need to regulate them. Scientists at the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute more

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Mayo Clinic researchers are using precision genomics to search for undiscovered, inheritable genetic mutations that cause accelerated aging. In a study recently published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, more

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Scientists have re-created brain neurons of obese patients using "disease in a dish" technology, offering a new method to study the brain's role in obesity and possibly help tailor treatments to specific individuals.

The technology is the first step in developing a great platform that more

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