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Dr. Freimuth's lab is partnering with the Center for Individualized Medicine and the Office of Information and Knowledge Management to develop novel systems for scalable next-generation genomic clinical decision support (CDS).
This project aims to improve existing standards for the representation and communication of clinical genetic data.
Dr. Freimuth's lab is collaborating with Mayo Clinic Pharmacy Informatics to systematically identify and resolve limitations in drug terminologies.
In partnership with the PGRN Translational Pharmacogenetics Project and CPIC, Dr. Freimuth's lab is developing novel methods for capturing and sharing PGx CDS knowledge.
Dr. Freimuth's lab is developing methods that enable the generation and dissemination of PGx CDS algorithms that can be shared across EMR systems.
In partnership with the Mayo Clinic Enterprise CDS team and the PGRN, Dr. Freimuth's lab is extracting and curating EMR data related to PGx outcomes to improve clinical decision support interventions.
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