The Precision Medicine Function aims to facilitate genomic research by making genomic resources more accessible and useful to a wide variety of researchers and providing free grant proposal services to translational genomics and precision medicine researchers.

Grant Services

Grant & Research Project Services

Free grant proposal services to translational genomics and precision medicine researchers looking for research project design ideas, alternative expertise and critical feedback to optimize pursuit of winning research grant funding.

Our team of multidisciplinary experts work one-on-one with investigators to ensure precision medicine research proposals are ready for submission to NIH. Learn More about our Grant Review Services.

Research Development Support

Grant Research Development Support

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Early Stage Grant Review

Early Stage Grant Review

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NIH Mock Study Session

Mock NIH Study Section

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Rapid Turn Around

Rapid Turnaround Review

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ICTS UK Biobank Genomic Repository

To facilitate genomic research, the ICTS Precision Medicine Function has established the ICTS UK Biobank Genomic Repository.  This Repository includes genomic data for 500,000 participants from the UK Biobank and has been enriched through annotation by Ira Hall’s team at the McDonnell Genome Institute (MGI).  Using the ICTS UK Biobank Genomic Repository allows researchers to access a curated and enriched version of the data.  The Repository is stored with Research Information Services (RIS) and is available for access by all approved UK Biobank users at WUSM.

If you have an approved UK Biobank project and would like access to the ICTS UK Biobank Genomic Repository for yourself and your research team, please email the Precision Medicine Navigator Tricia Salyer at salyerp@wustl.edu. If you have additional questions, please contact Rob Culverhouse, rculverh@wustl.edu.

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