Goal 2: Reduce Human Disease

Can one integrate cardiac imaging studies with genetic,clinical, "omics", and historical data to predict disease and personalize

There are many novel imaging modalities, including radiographic, scintigraphic, sonographic, MR-based, and molecular for the heart and vessels. Patients have unique medical "signatures"- genetic risk factor profiles, epigenetic markings, "omics" profiles, and personal clinical and family history as well as symptom constellation and physical exam findings. Can these all be integrated into a single personalized profile to predict (and therefore prevent) cardiovascular disease, or to optimize/personalize treatment after diagnosis?

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Idea No. 1017