Gali Healthomics Platform
Gali: Digital Friend
Gali is a well-informed friend and personal health guide mobile app that helps you learn about, track and proactively manage your Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
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Welcome to the Gali IBD Community!
Here are some ways you can get involved right now:
A research study effort by the Gali IBD community to advance personalized medicine solutions for people living with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
We know everyone has a different experience with IBD every day. That’s why we are setting out to find a better treatment that will work for your specific Crohn’s or colitis. We believe that studying your genome and microbiome, together with your symptoms and lifestyle choices over an extended period of time, will help to bring us closer to our goal. Even though this hasn’t been done before, we think it will work.
IBD is different for everyone, so the more people we study, the more likely we are to discover new, meaningful connections. As part of this study, we are collecting both biological samples (stool and saliva) and digital lifestyle and health data from some 10,000 people.
Gali Health, Inc. is a San Francisco-based precision medicine company. We are working to develop personalized medicine solutions for individuals afflicted by a variety of chronic conditions. Our approach combines Gali, an AI-based personalized health assistant that helps people proactively
manage their health, and our “Healthomes” platform for diagnostic and therapeutic discovery based on the analysis of population-level health, lifestyle and genomic information.
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