Precision Medicine

Neural dust: Implantable medical devices the size of a grain of sand

Neural dust technology. (Credit: iota.)

By Bill Siwicki 02:11 pm May 20, 2019
One company is working on cutting-edge technology that could change the way providers treat neurological diseases.
By Dean Koh 09:47 pm May 15, 2019
[Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated that Bumrungrad launched the Foundation One CDx panel. The system developed its own panel. The article is now updated. We regret the error.]

Above photo: Associate Professor Peter O'Brien, Chief Medical Officer at GenesisCare. Credit: GenesisCare

By Dean Koh 02:17 am May 07, 2019
Australia’s national science agency CSIRO and GenesisCare, one of Australia’s largest cancer care providers, today announced a A$5.1M research partnership which fo
By Nathan Eddy 11:08 am May 06, 2019
Recursion releases more than 300 gigabytes of data it hopes will be a "playground" for innovative new machine learning applications.
By Rebecca McBeth 02:58 am May 03, 2019
Pinnacle Ventures has launched a pharmacogenomics programme to enable genetic testing to drive personalised prescribing decisions.

Credit: WA Health

By Dean Koh 02:53 am April 26, 2019
Earlier this week, the Western Australia (WA) Government announced the establishment of a new Ministerial Council that will advise the State Government on opportunities to further develop and support precision health advances.
Helsinki, Finland
By John Otrompke 01:10 pm April 18, 2019
The project was showcased in the latest issue of the HIMSS Insights eBook, published at the beginning of April.
By Nathan Eddy 10:15 am April 15, 2019
The teams will collect, process and analyze EHR data of up to 3,000 patients to create personalized care plans for people with MS.  
By Mike Miliard 01:04 pm April 12, 2019
The pharma company will leverage Concerto's artificial intelligence-powered analytics capabilities to gain better oncology insights.
By Benjamin Harris 10:57 am April 05, 2019
At Renown Health, genomic testing and remote consulting meet for what's billed as a first-of-its-kind population health initiative.

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