Why Early Matters

If you can’t detect the disease early, you can’t cure it.

Researchers believe that early detection of Alzheimer’s will be key to preventing, slowing and stopping the disease.

No Treatment Yet

Decades of research and yet there are no treatments to prevent or cure Alzheimer’s disease.

“It’s not that the drugs have failed, but that we’ve learned nothing.”
Simon Lovestone – Director of the U.K. NIH Dementia Research

Our Approach

Artificial Intelligence

Team of top Data Scientists from Harvard, MIT, and Johns Hopkins.

Big Data

70,000 Alzheimer’s Patient Records, one of the biggest Alzheimer’s patient datasets available.

Medical Research

Founding partners from top medical schools: Mayo Clinic and Yale School of Medicine.

Patient Encounters
Patient Diagnoses

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Latest News

Foundation for Precision Medicine Team Attends Protect Our Defenders Fundraiser

The FPM team attended a fundraiser for Protect Our Defenders, a nonprofit national organization that seeks to end sexual assault and harassment in the military. The event was held in Hillsborough, CA, and the attendees enjoyed speeches from actress Ashley Judd and Congresswoman Jackie Speier. You can learn more about the efforts of Protect Our […]

Foundation for Precision Medicine Presents Research at Strata Data Conference – NYC

The Strata Data Conference began in 2012 and has grown to be one of the largest and most popular data conferences in the world. Topics include artificial intelligence, machine learning, ubiquitous computing, and machine data. The Foundation for Precision Medicine team traveled to New York City to present their ongoing research on using machine learning […]

Foundation for Precision Medicine Team Presents Research at Global Big Data Conference

Ayin Vala, Co-Founder and Chief Data Scientist of the Foundation for Precision Medicine, and Dr. Mark Ereth, Medical Director of the Foundation represented the Foundation at the 5th Annual Global Big Data Conference in Santa Clara, CA. Ayin was invited to present the results of our latest work, and he describes his presentation below: Every […]

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