- Create a standardized reporting guideline for adequate transparency, reproducibility, and interpretability of published polygenic risk score, especially with respect to enabling downstream clinical implementation.
- Collaborate with individual institutions and other consortia to promote shared language and guidelines for data sharing and evaluation of polygenic risk scores.
- Leverage existing principles in epidemiology and risk modeling to advance polygenic risk scores as a clinical tool for risk prediction, while recognizing the unique considerations for assessing utility and actionability.
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