The Virginia G. Piper Center for Personalized Diagnostics (VGPCPD) is growing in numbers as it continues to bring in new faculty, researchers, and undergraduate and graduate students to work on over 75 independent research projects among its 10 faculty members. The center collaborates with over 100 researchers at the Biodesign Institute, at ASU, within Arizona and around the world (see map below for the locations of all of our collaborators). Although this is a large number of projects, they all revolve around 6-8 focused themes that leverage the technology and expertise of our center. All collaborators are listed when describing the research.