Center for Precision Health | Programs

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  • Lead human population genomics science to inform personalized approaches to patient care, including genetics/genomics discovery and research on genetic diseases

  • Build and support population-based cohorts

  • Expand DukeKannapolis program

  • Build and leverage OneDukeGen

  • Facilitate and conduct cutting-edge translational research in genomics and ‘omics discovery

  • Conduct translational research with a focus on clinically relevant discovery

  • Collaborate with investigators outside of CPH to enable their translational research
  • Facilitate and perform cutting-edge implementation science focused on precision health and studying and integrating genetics, genomics, and other biomarkers into patient care

  • Use EHR and other health data to support precision health efforts

  • Conduct implantation and clinical trials
  • Facilitate communication and transparency with participant, patients, and communities, and create and maintain strong ties to communities involved in the different research and implementation programs within the center

  • Leverage the strong community engagement infrastructure within CTSI to conduct community surveys, community advisory boards, and build participant relationships.

  • Tackle complex questions around genomics ethics and provide guidance for the ethical conduct of research
  • Build and implement sustainable genomics and precision health education programs within and outside Duke.

  • Create and support training programs at all levels (graduate, medical, post-graduate, clinician, scientist)

  • Focus on clinically relevant genomics discovery, science, and clinical care

  • Help build the workforce of tomorrow for genomics discovery and clinical genetics care