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Precision Medicine for Investigators, Practitioners and Providers

  • ID: 4772260
  • Book
  • 350 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Precision Medicine for Investigators, Practitioners and Providers addresses the needs of investigators by covering the topic as an umbrella concept from new drug trials to wearable diagnostic devices, and from pediatrics to psychiatry in a manner that is up-to-date, authoritative and providing definitions and references. Health care providers will be served by being provided an unabridged, broad coverage of concerning disease groups, and ancillary information about techniques, resources and consequences. Moreover, each chapter will follow a structured blueprint, so that multiple essential items are not overlooked. Instead of concentrating in a limited number of extensive and pedantic coverages, equally scholarly diagrams will be offered regarding all the major pathways of precision medicine, with strategical references available for those seeking more details.

  • A three-pronged approach to precision medicine focused on investigators, practitioners, and health-care providers
  • More complete than the competition concerning disease groups and ancillary information about techniques, resources and consequences
  • Each chapter follows a structured blueprint, ensuring essential items are not overlooked
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1. Introduction
2. Role of genomics in precision medicine
3. High throughput omics in the precision medicine ecosystem
4. Infant gut microbiome
5. Paraprebiotics
6. Fecal transplantation in autoimmune disease
7. Drug pharmacomicrobiomics
8. CRISPR technology for genome editing
9. Engineering microbial living therapeutics
10. Organ on a chip
11. Multicellular in-vitro organ systems
12. The role of biobanks in biomarker development
13. Translational interest of immune profiling
14. Organoid pharmacotyping
15. Large datasets for genomic investigation
16. Modern applications of neurogenetics
17. Genomic profiling in cancer
18. Genomics in pediatrics
19. Genomics of gastric cancer
20.  Genomics of prostate cancer
21. MicroRNAs and inflammation markers in obesity
22. MiRNA sequencing for myocardial infarction screening
23. Cell free DNA in hepatocellular carcinoma
24. Non coding RNA in cancer
25. Germline variants and childhood cancer
26. Pharmacogenomics in cancer
27. Proteomic biomarkers in vireoretinal disease
28. Proteomics in respiratory diseases
29. Cardiovascular proteomics
30. Host genetics, microbiome, and inflammatory bowel disease
31. Sampling, Analyzing, and Integrating Microbiome 'omics Data in a Translational Clinical Setting
32. Omics and microbiome in sepsis
33. Molecular and omics methods for invasive candidiasis
34. Lipid metabolism in colorectal cancer
35. Salivary volatolome in breast cancer
36. immunodiagnosis in leprosy
37. decision support systems in breast cancer
38. Electronic medical records and diabetes phenotyping
39. Clinical signature of suicide risk
40. Machine learning and cluster analysis in critical care
41. Artificial intelligence in gastroenterology
42. Algorithms for epileptic seizure prediction
43. Precision medicine in ophthalmology
44. Phenotyping COPD
45. Lifestyle medicine
46. Precision medicine for a healthier world
47. Aging and clustering of functional brain networks
48. Nutrigenetics
49. Genome editing in reproductive medicine
50. MRI guided prostate biopsy
51. Precision Nutrition
52. Theranostics in precision oncology
53. Precision medicine in daily practice
54. Imaging in precision medicine
55. Organoid for drug screening
56. Printing of personalized medication using binder jetting 3D printer
57. 3 D printing in orthopedic trauma
58. Consumer genetic testing tools in depression
59. The future of wearables
60. Tumor heterogeneity and drug development
61. Smartphone based clinical diagnosis
62. Smartphone biosensing for point of care use
63. Data security and patient protection
64. Blockchain solutions for healthcare
65. Ethical questions in gene therapy
66. Pitfalls of organ on a chip technologies
67. Regulatory issues of artificial intelligence in radiology
68. Academic industrial alliance
69. The future of precision medicine
70. Precision Medicine Glossary
71. Useful internet sites
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Faintuch, Joel
Joel Faintuch is a gastrointestinal surgeon, and former International Guest Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is Honorary Fellow of three Surgical Societies, and has served as Visiting Professor at the University of Maastricht. He was the pioneer of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition in Brazil and South America, and a founding member of three medical societies. In the last years, his focus has been in the Intestinal Microbiome. Joel Faintuch is the author of over 250 articles in peer-reviewed journals, along with 10 books, three theses, and over 200 chapters in books, and other publications.
Faintuch, Salomao
Salomao Faintuch is the Clinical Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School. He has authored more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals, along with 5 Society Guidelines and Standards of Practice and 3 textbooks. He is a Radiological Society of North America Research Scholar, serves in eight national society committees, and is member of the Editorial Board of three international journals.
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