Items Tagged ‘depression’

July 9, 2019

Mayo experts provide insights into how genes affect medication response

By Sharon Rosen Sharon Rosen

Pharmacogenomics – how a person’s genes affect medication response – is touching virtually every area of medical care.  Findings from the Mayo Clinic RIGHT study (Right Drug, Right Dose, Right Time–Using Genomic Data to Individualize Treatment) showed that 99% of participants had at least one genetic variant that may affect their response to medications.    […]

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Tags: #addiction, #anti-seizure medication, #Center for Individualized Mediicine, #Dr. Lauren Cornell, #Dr. Sanjay Bagaria, #Dr. William Freeman, #Dr. William Palmer, #drug-gene interactions, #epilepsy, #estrogen receptor positive breast cancer, #medical education, #neurological diseases


June 10, 2019

Meet William Bobo, M.D. – taking the guesswork out of finding the right depression therapy

By Sharon Rosen Sharon Rosen

Depression can touch every aspect of a person’s life – affecting the way they think, feel and behave. It is also the leading medical condition for those who complete suicide. Getting the right therapy is crucial. But for patients suffering from the disorder, finding an effective treatment often involves trial and error. That’s because it […]

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Tags: #Artificial Intelligence, #Center for Individualized Mediicine, #Dr. Arjun Athreya, #Dr. William Bobo, #individualized mediicne, #Mayo Clinic and Illinois Alliance for Technology-Based Healthcare, #mood disorders, #predictive algorithm, #selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, #targeted therapies, #Treatment response, antidepressants


January 15, 2018

Artificial intelligence: Will a machine pick your next medication?

By Susan Buckles Susan Buckles

What once may have seemed like a scene from a 22nd century sci-fi movie is reality today. High-speed, big data processing computers combine artificial intelligence with human know-how to crack complex health care conditions. This deep computer analysis may unveil new patterns that could bolster your health care provider’s ability to prescribe precise therapies, make […]

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Tags: #Artificial Intelligence, #Center for Computational Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine, #Dr. Ravishankar Iyer, #Machine learning, antidepressants, depression, Dr. Liewei Wang, genomics, mayo clinic, Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, Precision Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


September 30, 2016

Consulting your genetic blueprint to find the right medication for you

By Sharon Rosen Sharon Rosen

Selecting the wrong medication for a patient can have serious implications. For example, if you have depression, the wrong medication could actually cause dangerous side effects that make you feel worse. In fact, researchers in the growing field of pharmacogenomics, which identifies drug-gene reactions, have already discovered that an individual’s genetic characteristics can influence how […]

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Tags: #drug-gene reactions, #JAMA, #mental illness, #PrecisionMedicine, antidepressants, center for individualized medicine, depression, Dr. Mark Frye, individualized medicine, mayo clinic, pharmacogenomics, Psychiatry


June 27, 2016

Mayo Clinic Introduces Precision Medicine in Psychiatry

By Jeff Briggs Jeff Briggs

The right drug at the right dose at the right time. Faithful readers of the Center for Individualized Medicine blog already know we’re talking again about pharmacogenomics, or PGx. As we’ve explored in previous posts, these “right” goals drive pharmacogenomics — how genetics influence a person’s response to medications. But can pharmacogenomics and precision medicine […]

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Tags: antidepressants, center for individualized medicine, CYP2D6, depression, Dr. Mark Frye, Dr. Wayne Nicholson, genome, mental health, pharmacogenomics, Precision Medicine, Prozac, Psychiatry


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