By Keeley Wray
What would Leonardo da Vinci devote his energy to if he were alive today? I am pretty sure that he would be at a hospital. He would take advantage of data of all types — genetic, vital signs, symptoms — all streaming from patients like notes on sheet music, to seek a better understanding of the human person. He would likely present this information in a way that appeals to the senses — drawing us to examine the information landscape and revealing the action steps we need to take to improve human health.