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The Johns Hopkins Individualized Health Initiative (Hopkins inHealth) seeks to improve individual and population health outcomes through scientific advances at the interface of biomedical and data science. Hopkins inHealth is a collaboration of the Johns Hopkins University, Health System, and Applied Physics Laboratory that will make health promotion and disease prevention, detection, and treatment more precise and ultimately more affordable.

The Genetic Risk of Heart Disease

Genetic counseling may improve therapy uptake in those at risk for heart disease.

Hopkins Students Undertake Data Visualization

Hopkins undergrads learn two big ideas to individualize health and improve health care.

Fighting Alzheimer’s Disease with Statistics

Hopkins researcher Zheyu Wang develops a statistical approach to shed light on Alzheimer’s disease.

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The Genetic Risk of Heart Disease

Genetic counseling may improve therapy uptake in those at risk for heart disease.

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An Atlantic essay explores how the wealth of genetic and social data in precision medicine may be able to reduce or even eliminate health disparities.

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Hopkins Students Undertake Data Visualization

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