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Is Blockchain the right prescription for managing health data?

Managing health data is a constant challenge in healthcare. For example, What data is worth capturing and storing? What platform is capturing data? How is the data accessed and analyzed? What measures are in place to ensure that health data is kept private?

June 4, 2018

By: Stephanie Allen


Leaning into Personalized Healthcare with Nucleic Acid Medicines

Personalized healthcare is broadly considered treatments and preventions unique for individuals. Precision medicine tends to have a wider reach and focuses on identifying which approaches will be effective for which patients…

December 13, 2017

By: Stephanie Allen


CRISPR – Machine Learning

There’s been a great deal of buzz lately around the field of gene editing on topics that range from the next generation of precision medicine to major advances in computational biology. The gene editing applications under development are fascinating and positioned to make a broad impact on science and healthcare. These new technologies come with…

August 9, 2018

By: Stephanie Allen


Festival of Genomics: SD

The 2017 Festival of Genomics in San Diego was a great event. The cast of speakers were top notch and the topics fascinating. Frontline Genomics is an impressive operation whose mission is to deliver the benefits of genomics faster. That mission is being realized through their website, magazine and the multiple Festivals of Genomics that…

July 26, 2017

By: Stephanie Allen


Cracked the Code: Now What?

The simplest definition of Omics is a field of study in biology ending in – omics. Some of the more familiar are genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. Combining experimental biology with computational biology has spurred major advances and drives the many disciplines that fall under the larger umbrella of Omics. One of the most important advances…

July 17, 2017

By: Stephanie Allen