Flatiron Health, Foundation Medicine Publish Study Validating Clinico-Genomic Database

The study validates that real-world data obtained from routine clinical care to create a multi-institution clinico-genomic database can yield clinically meaningful insights.
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Concerto HealthAI Enters Precision Oncology Collaboration with Pfizer

Concerto HealthAI announced today the company entered a precision oncology collaboration with Pfizer using Concerto HealthAI’s eurekaHealth platform, artificial intelligence (AI) models and data...

Lack of Diverse Ancestry Data Hinders Polygenic Risk Scores

A new study shows PRSs developed by studying Europeans do a better job at predicting disease risk for people of European ancestry than for those of other ancestries

Congenica Adds On-Premises Deployment Method for Sapientia Platform

Congenica said today it will begin offering an on-premise deployment option for running its Sapientia diagnostic decision support platform, in addition to cloud deployment. Sapientia...
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Big Data and Clinical Genomics

Progress Is Being Made Toward Using Big Data for Genomics-Guided Precision Medicine Precision medicine springs from a paradox. On the one hand, researchers in the...

Wearable Data Revolution

There is no doubt the age of wearable monitors is upon us. Sales of physical activity monitors have increased dramatically from 15 million in...
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Human Genetic Studies of Disease Lack Diversity, Limiting Utility

Big data-analysis of genome-wide association studies has enabled advances in precision medicine approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of a multitude of human diseases,...
The UK government said it will spend £45 million ($59.7 million) toward projects aimed at increasing the computing

UK Commits £45M Toward Capacity Expansion at EMBL-EBI

European Molecular Biology Laboratory-European Bioinformatics Institute cites increases in data deposited, projected growth in data demand
Lucence Diagnostics will partner with a Stanford University researcher to develop AI algorithms designed to improve the diagnosis and treatment of liver cancer. [Lucence Diagnostics]

Lucence, Stanford Researcher to Develop AI Algorithms for Liver Cancer Treatment

Partners to evaluate dataset of 5,000+ patients, seeking to identify image changes and patterns linked to diagnostic and treatment outcomes.
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UK Biobank Study Reveals Gene Variants with Clinical Implications

Exome sequencing of 49,960 patients from UK Biobank reveals rare and novel gene variants associated with individual disease traits and risk
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