Precision Population Health

Precision Population Health (PPH) 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 … Continued


G2P September Newsletter 2023

September 2023
This newsletter highlights the International Conference on Newborn Sequencing (ICoNS) that is just around the corner on October 5-6, 2023 in London, UK. It’s not too late to register! Other G2P updates include media coverage of BabySeq1 publications, a new publication from the Sanford Imagenetics team about pharmacogenomics in primary care, and a blog post … Continued

G2P July Newsletter 2023

July 2023
In this newsletter we’re excited to announce that the Precision Population Health initiative (PPH) is working with the South Central Foundation (SCF) on a new clinical genomic screening program to improve the health of the Alaska Native population. We are also thrilled to share that registration for the Second Annual International Conference on Newborn Sequencing … Continued

Five questions with Nic Encina: Working upstream or downstream

Ariadne Labs
April 2023
“In our Five-Question series, we highlight the staff and faculty behind the compelling work at Ariadne Labs. Upstream or downstream? That has long been a career question for Nic Encina, MS, MS, MBA, now Director of Strategy of the Precision Population Health initiative at Ariadne Labs.”

Ariadne Labs and Genomes2People launch new Precision Population Health initiative

PR Newswire
March 2021
The Precision Population Health (PPH) initiative, a collaboration between Genomes2People and Ariadne Labs, aims to solve the system challenges in adopting precision medicine in primary care, and bring about a promising, equitable approach to medicine for every patient, everywhere. Our vision is not to simply introduce new tools to primary care, but rather to transform … Continued