Precision Medicine

Vaccines, covid-19
By Rachel McArthur 04:04 am January 21, 2021
Vaccines by six developers – Sinopharm, Sinovac, Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Oxford-AstraZeneca, and Sputnik V (Gamaleya Research Institute) – are the ones doing the rounds in the region. Here’s what’s known about them.
Synthetic Health Data
By Mike Miliard 02:59 pm January 20, 2021
The use of realistic health record information that mimics lifelong medical histories can enable more innovative algorithms for disease modeling.
An example of a Seqster screen
By Mike Miliard 03:51 pm January 11, 2021
New features include enhanced security with Microsoft Azure Key Vault and Istio Service Mesh and scalable storage for EHR documents, images and DNA sequence files.
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By 09:00 am January 11, 2021
AI-powered clinical decision support enables clinicians in improving quality of care by reducing unwarranted variations.
University of Southampton

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By Sara Mageit 03:04 am December 30, 2020
Also, a £10 million research investment made in early stage cancer detection.
By Kat Jercich 04:22 pm November 24, 2020
The partnership will use de-identified patient data to zero in on factors that worsen COVID-19 outcomes among certain groups.
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04:37 pm November 18, 2020
S4S pilot project participants noted that research requirements can affect the ability to adopt third-party apps, among other barriers to broader adoption of patient-directed data sharing.  
Dubai’s TVM Capital Healthcare, GE Healthcare

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By Rachel McArthur 10:55 am November 11, 2020
Both will work together to accelerate the growth of transformational healthcare companies across markets in the Middle East and North African, and the Association of South-East Asian Nations.
Photo of Pittsburgh through a bridge arch
By Mike Miliard 02:57 pm October 06, 2020
Working with AWS, researchers from UPMC, the University of Pittsburgh, and Carnegie Mellon are building new machine learning tools for breast cancer and depression screening.
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By 05:55 am September 10, 2020
The extent to which the world of digital health has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic has been widely recognised.