Rate Ratios

Rate ratios are the ratio of the incidence rate in an exposed group divided by the incidence rate in an unexposed (or less exposed) comparison group. Consider an example from

Identifying Causal Relationships

Validation of Methodology A technique for identifying causal relationships involves calculating the correlation between two variables use various lagging parameters when pairing data cause and effect measurements.  The figure below
Data Quantity

Data Quantity

The Foundation has collected over 10 million data points on symptom severity and influencing factors from over 10,000 people. The Foundation develops and applies predictive machine learning algorithms to the data to reveal effectiveness and side-effects of
Macro-Level Epidemiological Data

Macro-Level Epidemiological Data

This includes the incidence of various diseases over time combined with data on the amounts of different drugs or food additives. This is how it was initially discovered that smoking
Data Sources

Data Sources

Individual Micro-Level Data – This could include data manually entered or imported from other devices or apps at app.crowdsourcingcures.org, This could also include shopping receipts for foods, drugs, or nutritional supplements purchased
Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator

Additional Program Coordinator responsibilities include: Planning and coordination of a program and its activities Ensuring implementation of policies and practices Maintaining budget and tracking expenditures/transactions Job brief We are looking

Potential Impact of Accelerating Research

It Feels Hopeless Problems like dementia and mental illness can seem massively overwhelming and hopeless for any one individual to make a significant impact. Billions have been spent trying to