Precision health has the potential to revolutionize patients' lives. Nonetheless, the challenge of extending genetic findings to a wide range of populations is a significant hurdle. The Precision Health Program is dedicated to establishing the necessary infrastructure for involving diverse populations in research. Its goal is to seamlessly integrate precision health discoveries and advancements, ensuring that they have a clinical impact that benefits everyone.

The Precision Health Program develops the necessary processes and infrastructure to bring genomic information into the clinical realm. It mobilizes and integrates genomic data with clinical data for translational research that involves genetics, genomics, patient phenotypes, and biomaterials. The program aims to increase enrollment of underrepresented populations into the At Los Angeles (ATLAS) precision health biobank, develop educational materials and make recommendations for the disclosure of genetic results, and disseminate tools and knowledge.

For more information, please visit the Precision Health page.

Last updated
December 22, 2023