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Creating a Whole-Person Approach to Precision Medicine

We find answers to medicine’s biggest questions by breaking down the most complex problems. Johns Hopkins has stood at the forefront of innovation for more than 130 years. We’re bringing the benefits of our discovery to the world.

 
 

Johns Hopkins is diverging from the precision medicine pack by:

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Creating Tools

We engineer digital tools to translate research into clinical interventions.

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Broadening Research

We examine a wide range of rare and common diseases.

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Overlaying Data

We match, filter, and observe data in ways no one else has — any data is fair game.

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Harnessing Technology

We leverage the power of technology and deliver improved outcomes.

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Meet Our Leadership Team

The members of our multidisciplinary team are working together to achieve a new level of precision in health care.

Caroline Popper

Caroline Popper, M.D., M.P.H.

  • Chief Business Officer, Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine
Antony Rosen

Antony Rosen, M.B.Ch.B., M.S.

  • Director, Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine
  • Vice Dean for Research, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Dean Zarriello

Dean Zarriello

  •  Interim chief information officer for Johns Hopkins University, Medicine

Precision Medicine Centers of Excellence

As we invest in science and insight, and apply rigorous, value-driven methods, we are creating templates that derive value, lower the cost of care, lead to better patient outcomes, and exhibit commercial potential.

 

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Learn how we're diverging from the precision medicine pack.

 

Powered by Our Discovery Platform

The Precision Medicine Analytics Platform was created to help Johns Hopkins realize the promise of precision medicine: to reduce waste and improve patient outcomes by using sophisticated new analytical tools and data, by discovering clinically relevant patient subgroups and by bringing those discoveries back into the clinical setting.

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