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3/31/21grand rounds

grand rounds: What 21st-century medicine should be: catalyzed by the Million Patient Project and Unique COVID-19 Clinic Study

What 21st-century medicine should be: catalyzed by the Million Patient Project and Unique COVID-19 Clinic Study

Originally presented on March 31, 2021

Presented by:

Leroy Hood, MD, PhD-Senior Vice President and Chief Science Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health; Chief Strategy Officer, Professor, Institute for Systems Biology

Apostolos Psychogios, MD, FACMGG-Associate Professor of Pediatrics, WSU BSOM; Chief of Genetics and Clinical Genetics, Dayton Children’s Hospital

Kalliopi Trachana, PhD-Program Manager, Institute for Systems Biology

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 Objectives:

  1. Introduce the vision of 21st-century medicine and how we will execute it (Million Patient Project).
  2. Cite successful proof-of-concept projects, including ISB/Providence’s COVID-19 work.
  3. Illustrate how we can shift to 21st-century Genomic Medicine and provide cutting-edge preventive care for our communities.

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