How can proper infrastructure be designed to host sequencing data from hematologic diseases so as to enable its efficient interpretation and use in clinical care?
Progress in rare lung diseases, such as interstitial lung diseases, has been hampered by a lack of patient-derived samples in large enough quantities or high-enough quality for systematic study. This is due to the inability of individual centers to recruit enough patients, and because of the varied samples each center obtains. Collecting, preparing, and storing such samples is not fundable by the NHLBI because it is not... more »
What are the central infrastructure and research roadblocks that are preventing transformational discoveries in lymphoma
With the reduction in NCAT support for human translational research, infrastructure support will need to come from the NHLBI. This will increase the cost of most human, mechanistic based RO1 studies by 20-30%. This will exceed the current cap of $500K in many circumstances. The cap will need to be raised or NHLBI and other institutes need to determine how NIH can continue to provide this critical infrastructure.
What structural changes need to be implemented in the health-care community in order to support the use of genomic information in clinical trials and drug development for hematologic diseases?