Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine News
The Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine (NIPM) is working to improve individual and systemic health care through translational clinical scientific research, education and workforce training, commercialization of technologies, and job creation.
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Expanding research activity results in multiple grants and publications.
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Food Genes and Me is a site and software that lets users figure out health risks and how to solve them within minutes.
The public is invited to get a first-hand glimpse at innovation.
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Perspectives on sustainability and wellbeing are changing in response to health and environmental challenges, offering an opportunity to university-linked businesses.
Martin Schiller is the founder of Heligenics and executive director of UNLV‘s Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine.
A UNLV startup is using genes to create personalized diets.
Your genes may hold clues to your optimal diet plan.
That’s what UNLV researcher Martin Schiller advocates with his new business, Food Genes and Me, a website that uses genetic data to predict how eating less or more of a certain food could help ward off disease.
Researchers at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) launched a public website called FoodGenesAndMe.com that uses computer software to scan users’ DNA for potential health problems and creates personalized diets to lower the risks.
If you’ve taken a genealogy test, you can now find out what medical problems your genes make you vulnerable to, and how you can change your diet to keep yourself healthy. Food Genes and Me, a startup developed by UNLV’s Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine, offers a free service that lets you do just that.