All Collaborative Projects
The Genomes2People Research Team collaborates with many exceptional researchers who are independently leading important genomics projects. Click on each project to learn about its principal investigator, the project goals and progress as well as easily access relevant scientific publications and media stories.
The Genomes2Veterans Research Program at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Boston Healthcare System is run by director Jason Vassy, MD, MPH, SM, and bridges the expertise of Genomes2People and the mission of bringing 21st century medical care to Veterans.
The Econogenomics Working Group is a multidisciplinary group of investigators from multiple sites around the country with diverse clinical and methods expertise. Led by Kurt Christensen, PhD, the group has clinical expertise in genetics, pediatrics, and internal medicine in addition to methods expertise in genomics, pharmacoepidemiology, simulation modeling, cost-effectiveness, and health systems research.
We have assembled a Genomics & Life Insurance Working Group of experts to explore themes, challenges and benefits of educating life insurers about genetic and genomics concepts.
The Imagenetics METRICS Study, funded by Sanford Health, was launched in 2019 to evaluate the outcomes of the Sanford Chip Program, one of the first genetic tests offered as a clinical service to adult primary care patients in a major U.S. health care system. Lessons from this study will provide critical information about the benefits, risks, and challenges of integrating genetic testing into general patient care.
Precision Population Health aims to bring the power of precision medicine to primary care settings, where it can be used to treat disease or prevent it before it occurs. The initiative combines expertise from Ariadne Labs and Genomes2People, creating a world-class collaboration of clinical genomics experts and implementation scientists to overcome the challenges that primary care providers who seek to adopt precision medicine face.