Precision health has the potential to change patients’ lives. However, the ability to generalize genetic findings to diverse populations presents a major challenge. The CTSI Precision Health Program develops the infrastructure to engage diverse populations in research so as to integrate precision health discoveries and advances for clinical impact to benefit all.
Aim 1. Increase enrollment of underrepresented populations into the At Los Angeles (ATLAS) precision health biobank
Aim 2. Develop educational materials and make recommendations for the disclosure of genetic results
Aim 3. Disseminate tools and knowledge