Global Health Challenges Meet Mizzou Solutions
At the University of Missouri, we're taking on society's biggest health care challenges, expanding our research efforts and working tirelessly to bring precision health to patients, no matter where they live. From major urban centers to underserved rural communities, MU's NextGen Precision Health Institute is dedicated to delivering the next generation of personalized health care solutions to help people in need.
Helping More People, Faster
Set to open in the fall of 2021 on the MU campus, the NextGen Precision Health Institute will provide the talented minds from across the UM System with a new $220.8 million, cutting-edge research facility dedicated to solving our most pressing health concerns. Designed to empower interdisciplinary collaboration as the cornerstone of the UM System’s NextGen Precision Health Initiative, the institute will provide the collaborative nexus for activity focused on speeding the path to new treatments and making them accessible to people in need, faster than ever before.
The single largest research investment on campus, this state-of-the-art, 265,000-square-foot facility will change the state of health for millions of people around the world through the potential of translational precision health care research. This innovative bench-to-bedside approach will translate crucial lab research into new life-changing interventions, medicines, technologies and treatments, specifically designed to improve an individual's health based on their condition arising from unique genes, environment and lifestyle.
The Future of Health, Built on the Strengths of Mizzou
As one of only six public universities in the country with schools or colleges of medicine, veterinary medicine, agriculture, engineering, arts and science, law and a powerful research reactor — all on one campus — Mizzou is uniquely positioned to meet the challenges of precision health. Combining our collective expertise and world-class resources to allow MU researchers to effectively analyze, diagnose and develop solutions to our critical health challenges and deliver treatments with access for all, improving the lives of people living in urban, rural and remote communities.