The Johns Hopkins Individualized Health Initiative (Hopkins inHealth) has $500,000 to support pilot projects that advance measurement or data analysis to better characterize patient's health status and/or its trajectory and with the potential to improve health and/or healthcare.
Hopkins inHealth is accepting proposals for pilot projects that will promote individualized health care in several domains, including 1) the creation or identification of novel devices, platforms, technologies, analytics, or biomarkers that will lead to more nuanced measurements of health or disease status, 2) the development of novel quantitative methods that integrate data to better understand patient heath status, predict patient outcomes and/or recommend treatment course, 3) the incorporation of scientific knowledge and individualized care into the clinical workflow and 4) the research of ethical questions regarding consent and use of personal data.
Up to $500,000 will be invested in this pilot program. They are seeking grant applications requesting up to $75,000 for 15 months. A small number of the most exciting ideas will be awarded up to $100,000.