The Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine (NIPM) at UNLV is working to improve individual and community health in Nevada through research and technology commercialization, education, and workforce training.
Modern healthcare relies largely on an expensive "one-size-fits-most model for diagnosis and treatment that often fails to account for biological differences between people. Personalized medicine is different. Your unique genetic makeup – your DNA – already encodes the blueprint for effective treatment and disease prevention.
NIPM will help move Nevada from the trial-and-error medicine of today to the data-driven decision-making of tomorrow by decoding genomes to predict disease susceptibility, sift through treatment options, and fine-tune drug dosages to minimize adverse effects and help Nevadans lead longer and healthier lives.
The Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine (NIPM) at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas is working to improve individual and systemic health care through translational clinical scientific research, education and workforce training, commercialization of technologies, and job creation.
Learn more about the institute in this statement from the director of the NIPM.
The Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine reports to the vice president of Research and Economic Development. The institute is managed by an executive director. Two advisory boards are advisory to the executive director. NIPM faculty and staff report to the executive director.
|Carolyn Yucha||School of Nursing||Vice President for Research and Economic Development|
|Barbara Atkinson||School of Medicine||Dean|
|Carl Reiber||Provost Office||Vice Provost|
|Shawn Gerstenberger||School of Community Health Sciences||Dean|
|Stan Smith||College of Sciences||Dean|
|Zachary Miles||Office of Economic Development||Executive Director|
|Joe Lombardo||Supercomputing Institute||Director|
|James Timmins||Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine / Office of Economic Development||Business Development Officer|
|Jeffery Cummings, MD||Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health||Director|
|Patrick Burke||Myriad Genetics||Vice President of Emerging Products|
|Jerome Rotter, MD||University of California, Los Angeles||Director, Department of Pediatrics|
|Gabe Rudy||Golden Helix||VP Product Management and Engineering|
- NIPM Brochure
- Research and Economic Development
- College of Sciences
- National Supercomputing Center
- School of Life Sciences
- School of Community Health Sciences
- School of Nursing
- UNLV School of Medicine
- Harry Reid Center
- Diversify Nevada Knowledge Fund