Chahine Urges State of Utah to Capitalize on Population Database

In a recent Salt Lake Tribune op-ed, Ken Chahine, a Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law and health care consultant, urged Utah’s elected officials to capitalize on the state’s “unique and powerful research database” known as the Utah Population Data Base.

In the op-ed, titled “Utah must capitalize on its unique database,” Chahine argues that the Utah Population Data Base “has the potential to position Utah as a leader in the nascent personalized medicine revolution” and also to provide the state with significant economic benefits.

To read Chahine’s op-ed, click here.