IPM Magazine

Volume 09, Issue No. 1, February 2022

It gives me enormous pleasure to welcome you to the newly rebranded and renamed Clinical OMICs.

In IPM we’ll take an expansive view of the some of the misalignments and quotidien challenges that exist across the healthcare spectrum and pledge that we will become the mouthpiece for all voices, especially those of patients, as they help drive this revolution, as active participants in the dialogue.

This relaunch issue focuses principally on AI and how it is able to predict early warning signs across many chronic diseases, in some cases, extrapolating the value buried deep in unstructured data, to build a true picture of predisposition and indeed progression of disease. Precision medicine can only flourish if it is extracting the right data and AI will continue to be its strongest ally as we continue to understand the relationship between genotype and phenotype.

Damian Doherty

Editor in Chief

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Website Content from This Issue

KromaTiD Announces Launch of Pinpoint FISH TP53/CEP17 Kit

The Promises and Limitations of Artificial Intelligence for Population Health in Diabetes

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The Genome Defense: Inside the Epic Legal Battle to Determine Who Owns Your DNA


The Rise of Precision Prescribing

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The SARS-CoV-2 Genome: The Importance of the Termini

William Haseltine

AI Offers Window on Heart Health

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Valunomics: Key Lessons from Covid—We Need to Value Diagnostics

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A Matter of Timing: Rudy Tanzi on Alzheimer’s Disease

MRI Brain Scan of head and skull with hand pointing

Better Health through Single-Cell Genomics

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Creating a Precision Oncology Platform Trial for Brain Cancer


A Conversation with Janice Chen, CTO of Mammoth Biosciences

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Can AI Help Us Solve the Population Health Crisis?

Bringing Genomics to Patients using AI

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Maximizing Time Efficiencies with an End-to-End Automated Clinical Workflow for Pharmacogenomics Testing

Real-World Data + AI: Bridging the Gap from Population to Personalization

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Strata Oncology: On a Mission to Deliver the Best Possible Treatment to Each Patient with Cancer

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Inside Precision Medicine