How a Powerful Genetic Test Matched An Infant’s Cancer to a Life-Saving Therapy
AI For All – Data-Driven Summer Program Energizes A New Generation
UCSF Names First-Ever Chief Biobank Officer
New Position Underscores Fundamental Role of Biobanking in Research and Precision Medicine
Butte, Guccione, Kortemme, and Link Inducted Into American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering
Highlights from the Precision Medicine World Conference 2019
‘10,000 Immunomes’ Database Opens a Window on Healthy Immunity
Genetic Predictors of Lifespan Studied in Whites and Asians Don’t Apply to Black Youth
NIH’s Landmark Precision Medicine Research Effort Launches Nationwide
Precision Medicine: Beyond the Inflection Point
Taking Health Technology to the Clinical Level
Turning Precision Medicine into Precision Prevention

Precision medicine is the use of advanced computing tools to aggregate, integrate and analyze vast amounts of data from basic science, clinical, personal, environmental and population health settings, to better understand biological processes and define disease mechanisms, and to develop and deliver more precise diagnostics, therapeutics, and prevention measures. Everyone, including patients, can contribute their own data to this dynamic network.

UCSF’s vision is to fulfill the promise of precision medicine by pioneering a knowledge network that yields the seeds for new discoveries, better outcomes, and greater value and equity to improve health for all.