100K Wellness Project

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Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) invented the field of systems biology over the past decade. But how can we foster a new vision that will let us invent a transformational future? One answer to that question is the 100K Wellness Project, pioneered by Dr. Lee Hood.

“(This project) is very exciting because conceptually and technically, it’s reached a real tipping point where we’re in a position to fundamentally change how healthcare is practiced.” -Dr. Lee Hood, President and Co-founder, ISB

 

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Project Team

  • Lee Hood, MD, PhD: PI
  • Nathan Price, PhD: Co-PI, Analytics Lead
  • Sean Bell: Business Director
  • Jennifer Lovejoy, PhD: Translational Science
  • Sandi Kaplan, MS, RD: Wellness Coach
  • Craig Keebler, MD: Study Physician
  • Andrew Magis, PhD:¬†Analytics Data Scientist
  • John C. Earls:¬†Analytics Data Scientist
  • Gustavo Glusman, PhD: Analytics Data Scientist
  • Chris Witwer: Compliance
  • Kristin Brogaard, PhD: Project Manager
  • Mary Brunkow, PhD: Project Coordinator
  • Sara Mecca: Project Assistant
  • Gretchen Sorensen: Communications

 

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Research Publications

Hood L, Price ND. May 15, 2014. Promoting Wellness and Demystifying Disease: The 100K Wellness Project. Clinical Omics.

Hood L, Price N. 2014. Demystifying Disease, Democratizing Healthcare. Science Translational Medicine. 26 February 2014: Vol. 6 no. 225 pp. 225ed5. DOI:10.1126/scitranslmed.3008665

Hood L, Auffray C. 2013. Participatory Medicine Is Revolutionizing Healthcare. Genome medicine. 5:110.

Flores M, Glusman G, Brogaard K, Price ND, Hood L. 2013. P4 medicine: how systems medicine will transform the healthcare sector and society. Personalized Medicine. 10:6, 565-576.

Hood L. 2013. Inventing the Future. Institute for Systems Biology. 2012 Annual Report.

Hood L. 2013. Systems Biology and P4 Medicine: Past, Present, and Future. Rambam Maimonides Med J. 4(2):e0012.