Bipolar disorder research & Precision Health at U-M: Gifts from the Richard Tam Foundation

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A new gift to the University of Michigan from the Richard Tam Foundation aims to bring more precision to the care of people with bipolar disorder. Together with previous gifts, it will expand and harness the power of massive data from U-M bipolar research and allow researchers to mine that trove of information in combination with other data, using advanced tools created for Precision Health at U-M.

Foundation president Judith Tam, Precision Health co-director Sachin Kheterpal and researchers Melvin McInnis and Emily Mower Provost discuss the gifts and their potential impact.

Learn more about the gifts from the Richard Tam Foundation and the research they will fuel: