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President Joe Biden greets panel participants before speaking about the new health research agency, ARPA-H, during an event at the White House complex March 18, 2022 in Washington, DC. Pictured (L-R) are Dr. Dustin Tyler, Haptix researcher at Case Western University; Dr. Alondra Nelson, Acting Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy; and Dr. Francis Collins, Science Advisor to the President. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

ARPA-H announces up to $50 million for six health data security projects

The investment will fund contracts to advance technology that addresses security vulnerabilities for health data through the agency’s Digital Health Security (DIGIHEALS) project.
President Joe Biden greets panel participants before speaking about the new health research agency, ARPA-H, during an event at the White House complex March 18, 2022 in Washington, DC. Pictured (L-R) are Dr. Dustin Tyler, Haptix researcher at Case Western University; Dr. Alondra Nelson, Acting Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy; and Dr. Francis Collins, Science Advisor to the President. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

ARPA-H looks to strengthen US hospital infrastructure in face of continued cyberattacks

"DIGIHEALS aims to ensure patients continue to receive care in the wake of a widespread cyberattack on a medical facility — like those that have caused hospitals…
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