Empowering People to Own Their Health Data


Robert Califf

Duke University

Scott Jung


Bray Patrick-Lake

Duke Clinical Research Institute

With miniaturized sensors, machine learning, and exponential compute power, researchers can seamlessly capture and understand health information in new ways. What’s next? Figuring out how to share information with those it matters to most: people. This panel will examine how modern initiatives like Project Baseline and All of Us are developing tools and strategies to bridge the gap between clinical research and clinical care, and empower everyday people to understand and manage their health.

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Format: Panel
Event Type: Session
Track: Health
Level: Intermediate