Goal 1: Promote Human Health

To expand knowledge of the molecular and physiological mechanisms governing the normal function of heart, lung, blood, and sleep systems as essential elements for sustaining human health.

Goal 1: Promote Human Health

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Hypothermia and hemostasis after severe trauma

There is a need to employ new molecular tools to delineate the difference between beneficial and uncontrolled shock-induced hypothermia, because data on hypothermia and hemostasis are incomplete or lacking, especially on the duration, depth and type of hypothermia.

 

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Would unconditional basic income improve people's health & ease poverty better than conventional welfare programs?

Here's an article on the "Mincome" program which Canada tested in the 1970's in a small town: http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/4100 It had many positive effects on people's lives and health. Quotes: 'In the period that Mincome was administered, hospital visits dropped 8.5 per cent.' [...] '“When you walk around a hospital, it's pretty clear that a lot of the time what we're treating are the consequences of poverty,” ...more »

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Early Life Elements

What are the early life elements that contribute to the development of chronic lung disease? Strategies need to be developed for treatment/prevention of these elements.

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Improve understanding of cardiometabolic health in Asian Americans

We are only now beginning to recognize that certain Asian American subpopulations are at high risk for cardiometabolic (CM) disorders thanks to recent ethnicity-specific studies (e.g., MASALA study). For the most part, however, our understanding of CM risk in Asian Americans is based on aggregated data. Further, a perception remains that other, understudied groups (e.g., Chinese Americans) are at low risk because of their ...more »

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Submitted by (@hvd000)

Understanding Individual Differences in Responses to Sleep Loss

Individuals differ substantially in their physiological, health, behavioral and cognitive responses to sleep loss. Although these differences represent a trait, individuals who are vulnerable in one domain may be resilient in another - few systematic relationships between physiological, long-term health, cognitive and subjective responses to sleep loss have been found. Moreover, within a given domain, vulnerability to ...more »

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Simplify cancer survivor followup

Excellent work has been done by Childrens Oncology Group and Childhood Cancer survivor group and the late effects of cancer treatment ,especially in children but also young adults is an ongoing field of study. However protocols for follow up studies ,which should be done and how often and by whom are very complicated and hard to follow. My idea is to develop a simple, relatively inexpensive and user friendly,protocol ...more »

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