Taproot has announced an initial five Cornerstone Centers, including three NCI-designated Cancer Centers, that have agreed to work together to provide a high volume of regulatory-grade data to advance precision oncology care.
Combining wearable devices, handheld devices and digital apps lets researchers tell the difference between people with early dementia and those without it.
There is no doubt the age of wearable monitors is upon us. Sales of physical activity monitors have increased dramatically from 15 million in...
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.
In a UC Davis study, researchers described methods by which someone could learn database genotypes by uploading multiple datasets. For example, a person who uploads approximately 900 genomes could recover at least one allele at SNP sites across up to 82% of the genome of a median person of European ancestries.
Enhancements include upgrading the platform’s sponsor-reviewer interaction, adding support for multi-omics, and offering a library of analytical, statistical, and machine learning applications that are both accessible to reviewers and sufficiently powerful for bioinformaticians.
John Halamka, M.D., will oversee Mayo Clinic Platform as it carries out initial projects focused on home healthcare scheduling, patient data uploading, and supplying patient-specific treatment information based on Mayo Clinic data.
Researchers say tool is more accurate at predicting ovarian cancer prognosis than current methods and pinpoints more effective treatments
The collaboration will curate JAX’s Clinical Knowledgebase (CKB), a searchable database where subject matter experts store, sort, and interpret complex genomic and other data that can be used to improve patient outcomes.
The FH Foundation, a research and advocacy organization focused on familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), published a study today showing that a machine learning model it...