1. NHLBI investments over the last decade in terms of genomic approaches have yielded many research findings.
2. Rapid analyses of early data identified the "low hanging" fruit (and perhaps some/many important results were missed); this limited the scope of translation (partly because of relatively limited discovery?)
3. Important data are being generated at much greater rate than the data are processed/analyzed thoughtfully.
4. There is a degree of misconception that data, once generated, will be analyzed even without resources.
5. In-depth, informative, and strategic analysis of data can yield research findings of translational value but they require strategic investing through the creation of multi-disciplinary data analysis teams.