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Harnessing the Tsunami of Patient-Generated Health Data

How can the NHLBI foster the development of effective tools and methodologies to harness the tsunami of patient-generated health data into a valuable resource for conducting patient-centered research? Some challenges to overcome might include a) how to enable the collaboration of the more traditional clinical scientists with scientists from other disciplines such as informatics or computational and data-enabled science... more »

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Heart transplant surveillance

It is essential to develop clinically viable, non-invasive, less expensive technologies for the surveillance of allograft rejection in heart transplant patients. Critical challenges that exist in the near term or long term surveillance after transplant is the unavailability of molecular and cellular level markers that can be non-invasively imaged and quantified detect rejection and thus improve patient survival. Development... more »

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