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Beyond Low Earth Orbit: Biomonitoring, Artificial Intelligence, and Precision Space Health

@article{Scott2021BeyondLE,
  title={Beyond Low Earth Orbit: Biomonitoring, Artificial Intelligence, and Precision Space Health},
  author={Ryan T Scott and Erik L Antonsen and Lauren Maree Sanders and Jaden J. A. Hastings and Seung-min Park and Graham Mackintosh and Robert J. Reynolds and Adrienne Hoarfrost and Aenor J. Sawyer and Casey S. Greene and Benjamin S. Glicksberg and Corey A. Theriot and Daniel C. Berrios and Jack M. Miller and Joel Babdor and Richard Barker and Sergio E. Baranzini and Afshin Beheshti and Stuart J. Chalk and Guillermo M. Delgado-Aparicio and Melissa A. Haendel and Arif A. Hamid and Philip Heller and Daniel Jamieson and Katelyn J. Jarvis and John Kalantari and Kia Khezeli and Svetlana V. Komarova and Matthieu Komorowski and Prachi Kothiyal and Ashish A. Mahabal and Uri Manor and H{\'e}ctor Garc{\'i}a Mart{\'i}n and Christopher E. Mason and Mona Matar and George I. Mias and Jerry G. Myers and Jr. and Charlotte A Nelson and Jonathan Oribello and Patricia A. Parsons-Wingerter and Raj K. Prabhu and Amina A. Qutub and Jon Rask and Amanda M. Saravia-Butler and Suchi Saria and Nitin Kumar Singh and Frank Soboczenski and Michael Snyder and Karthik Soman and David A. Van Valen and Kasthuri Venkateswaran and Liz Warren and Liz Worthey and Jason H. Yang and Marinka Zitnik and Sylvain V. Costes Kbr and Space Biosciences Division and NASAArmstrong Flight Research Center and Moffett Field and Ca and USA. and Department of Laboratory Medicine and Center for Individualized Medicine and Baylor College of Medicine and Houston and Tx and Blue Marble Space Institute of Science and Departmentof Physiology and Biophysics and Weill Cornell Medicine and New York and Ny and Departments of Urology and Department of Radiology and Stanford School of Medicine and Stanford and Bay Area Environmental Research Institute and Mortality ResearchConsulting and Inc. and Universities Space Research Association and UC Space Health and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and University of Southern California and San Francisco and AI CenterforHealth and Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics and University of Maryland School of Medicine and Anschutz Medical Campus and Aurora and Co and Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Health at Mount Sinai and Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Department of Laboratory Medicine and Community Health and Utmb and Galveston and Human Health and Performance Directorate and NASAMarshall Space Flight Center and Department of Microbiology and Immunology and Department of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery and University of San Francisco and The Gilroy AstroBiology Research Group and The University of Wisconsin and Madison and Wi and Weill Institute for Neurosciences and Department of Neurology and Department of Physical Chemistry and University of Central Florida and Jacksonville and Fl and Data Science Analytics and Georgia Institute of Technology and Lima and Peru and Department of Neuroscience and University of Minnesota and Minneapolis and Mn and Department of Materials Science and College of Materials Science and San Diego State University and San Jose and Biorelate and Manchester and United Kingdom. and Center for Individualized Medicine and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Department of Astrophysical Sciences and Mayo Clinic and Rochester and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Oral Health Sciences and McGill University and Montreal. and Quebec. and Canada. and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Cancer and Imperial College London and London and SymbioSeq Llc and Ashburn and Va and Center for Data Driven Discovery and California Institute of Technology. and Pasadena and Waitt Advanced Biophotonics Center and Chan-Zuckerberg Imaging Scientist Fellow and Salk Institute for Biological Studies and La Jolla and Biological Systems and Engineering Division and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. and Berkeley and Doe Agile BioFoundry and Emeryville and Joint BioEnergy Institute and Human Research Program Cross-cutting Computational Model Project and NASAArmstrong Flight Research Center and Cleveland and Oh and Institute for Computational Science and Engineering and Molecular Biology and Michigan State University and East Lansing. and Mi and Low Exploration Gravity Technology and AI Matrix Consortium and Department of Electrical Engineering and University of North Texas and Sanchez Munoz Antonio and UT Health Sciences and Office of the Director and Logyx and Computer Science and Statistics and Health Policy and Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore. and Md. and Ml and Ai and Healthcare Lab and B P Health and Biotechnology and Planetary Protection Group and Jet propulsion Laboratory and Sphes and Medical Faculty and King’s College London and Stanford School of Medicine and Department of Biology and Iss National Laboratory and Center for the Advancement of Science in Space and Melbourne and Uab Center for Computational Biology and Data Science and University of South Alabama and Birmingham and Al and Center for Emerging and Re-Emerging Pathogens and Biochemistry and Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Newark and Nj and Department of Biomedical Informatics and Harvard Medical School and Harvard Data Science and Broad Institute of Mit and Harvard and Harvard University and Boston and Ma.},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2112.12554}
}
Human space exploration beyond low Earth orbit will involve missions of significant distance and duration. To effectively mitigate myriad space health hazards, paradigm shifts in data and space health systems are necessary to enable Earth-independence, rather than Earth-reliance. Promising developments in the fields of artificial intelligence and machine learning for biology and health can address these needs. We propose an appropriately autonomous and intelligent Precision Space Health system… 
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