The outcomes, impact and efforts made by the IU Precision Health Initiative recently resulted in a multimedia news crew traveling to Indianapolis from Columbia, Missouri, to talk with several leaders about precision health.
The University of Missouri's Nextgen Precision Health Institute opened this month and IU's Grand Challenge is mentioned multiple times in their proposals as an example for what the Nextgen Institute will idealistically become.
The following media coverage resulted from their visit:
- KOMU 8 TV news story featured Tatiana Foroud, PhD, who leads the IU Precision Health Initiative, and Erin Conboy, MD, who is the director for the Undiagnosed Rare Disease Clinic.
- Columbia Missourian newspaper story featured Foroud and Conboy.
- KOMU 8 TV video story included interview with Foroud.
- KOMU 8 TV news story included insights from Foroud, Conboy, breast cancer survivor Ginny Mason, and Kathy Miller, MD, who was representing the IU Precision Health Initiative Triple Negative Breast Cancer team.
- KOMU 8 TV video story included Mason's patient story and comments from Foroud and Conboy.