Systems Medicine in the department of Pediatrics


Systems Medicine

Clinicians, patients, and biomedical researchers are surrounded by data. This data comes from a variety of sources, including the billions of specific molecules that make up an individual genome sequence, personal behaviors tracked by wearable gadgets, the environmental factors and pollutants next door, the effects and side effects of medications, streams of text and pictures describing ourselves in social media, and even the clinical care delivered by health professionals, as represented in electronic health records.


The Division of Systems Medicine aims to lead the data-driven revolution in improving health and health care. More »



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