AHA Institute for Precision Cardiovascular Medicine
The American Heart Association’s Institute for Precision Cardiovascular Medicine (The Institute) aims to advance the science and practice of personalized medicine to improve cardiovascular health of individuals and populations. The Institute is working to create products and services that integrate research with more precise approaches to reverse and prevent cardiovascular disease and stroke. To further advance our mission and Institute’s goals, we offer grant opportunities to scientists of all fields.
Two-year grant to test and refine artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms using learning health care system data and/or multiple longitudinal data sources to improve our understanding of all data related to precision medicine.
Two-year grants focused on opening rich orthogonal datasets and analyzing these datasets using state-of-the-art technology available on the Precision Medicine Platform. For applicants bringing datasets to the platform; all datasets must include under-represented minorities. Example applicable datasets include but are not limited to: heart failure, stroke, hypertension, socio-economic data, behavioral modifications and interventions, lifestyle, nutrition and exercise.
Two-year grants focused on training student researchers (undergraduate, graduate, or postdoctoral) in testing and refining artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms using learning health care system data and/or multiple longitudinal data sources to improve our understanding of all data related to precision medicine.