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MVP—Lifestyle changes for improved health
How could genes affect your mental health?
These 8 habits could add up to 24 years to your life, study says
Would you consider serving one more time?
VA genetics program aims to increase mental health treatments for Veterans
A VA biobank is the largest source of genetic data on Black Americans
VA researcher helping to change the future of Alzheimer’s Disease
9/11 survivor 900,000th Veteran in Million Veteran Program
Veteran Benjamin Flynn helping future Veterans with MVP
VA press secretary joins Million Veteran Program
Four new discoveries about Women’s Health
VA advances medical research for minority Veterans with new genomic tool
American Heart Association praises VA genetic research
Studies based on Million Veteran Program research earn national recognition by the American Heart Association.
Frequently Asked Questions about MVP: An Interview with MVP Program Director
MVP Program Director, Dr. Sumitra Muralidhar, Ph.D., is a guest on VA’s podcast, Borne the Battle.
Combining expertise for improved health care
The Department of Energy (DOE) and VA team up to improve Veteran health by creating a large-scale computing environment for researchers to securely access MVP data.
Fueling discovery today and tomorrow
Inside the drive to collect DNA from 1 million Veterans and revolutionize medicine: the research being done as part of the MVP could have implications that reach far beyond the VA.
Find MVP at Veteran events near you!
MVP is on the road! Check out where members of the MVP team will be participating across the country at Veteran Service Organization’s National Conventions.
The real MVP: Vietnam Veteran proud to be an MVP partner
Learn why Army Veteran Edwin Callahan decided to join MVP after his military career.
Interview with MVP Program Director
Interview with Sumitra Muralidhar, Ph.D., Program Director, Million Veteran Program, Veterans Health Administration Research and Development Program.
Using genetics, researchers identify potential drugs for early treatment of COVID-19
A new study using human genetics suggests researchers should prioritize clinical trials of drugs that target two proteins to manage COVID-19 in its early stages.
Scientists discover six genetic links to anxiety in largest-ever study on the topic
University and VA healthcare team identifies six genetic variants linked to the development of anxiety disorders.
A letter from the MVP Principal Investigator
Letter from J. Michael Gaziano, M.D., Principal Investigator, Million Veteran Program, Veterans Health Administration Research and Development Program.