(@jiang001)

Goal 2: Reduce Human Disease

What about the impact of regulation of genes in response to external stimulation on human health

We are focusing a lot on the genes that may be protective or harmful to our lives. But what about the regulation of genes in response to external stimulations, such as psychosocial and/or environmental, that are probably more accountable for whether we live healthier or not.

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(@jnoel0)

Goal 1: Promote Human Health

ESTABLISH NORMATIVE AGE- AND GENDER-SPECIFIC DATA FOR SLEEP DISRUPTION, SLEEP QUALITY AND CIRCADIAN TIMING

There is growing evidence that sleep durations are progressively declining in the United States. Moreover, sleep durations are different at different ages and in different ethnic groups. Currently definitions of normal are based on consensus since there is a lack of key data. Defining normal as with FEV1 is a critical step.

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(@nhlbiforumadministrator1)

Goal 3: Advance Translational Research

Personalized Medicine thru CV bioinformation/tissue repository

There is a need to establish virtual CV biologic tissues and a bioinformational repository for specific CV diseases, including congenital cardiovascular malformations, genetic or other unique cardiomyopathies, such as stress cardiomyopathy and giant cell myocarditis.

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