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The Predictive Capacity of Personal Genome Sequencing

RT @moorejh: The Predictive Capacity of Personal Genome Sequencing http://t.co/E8X2Rucn #pm101 #genetics #genomics #GWAS #NGS...
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Web 2.0 in Emergency Medicine: Specialty Embracing the Future of Medical Communication

RT @precordialthump: Web 2.0 in Emergency Medicine http://t.co/UWD0WqtJ Free from Annals of Emerg Med; incl @emcrit @m_lin @cliffreid @freeemergtalks (& LITFL)...
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A Cautionary Note For Developers of Personalized Medicine - Pharmaceutical Technology Magazine (blog)

A Cautionary Note For Developers of Personalized Medicine - Pharmaceutical Technology Magazine (blog) | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Pharmaceutical Technology Magazine (blog)A Cautionary Note For Developers of Personalized MedicinePharmaceutical Technology Magazine (blog)Personalized medicine is gaining traction as scientists gain greater understanding of disease processes.
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The Future of Personalized Medicine with Mike Snyder and Eric Topol | mendelspod.com

The Future of Personalized Medicine with Mike Snyder and Eric Topol | mendelspod.com | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
RT @mendelspod: The Future of Personalized Medicine with Mike Snyder and Eric Topol http://t.co/gGGNGVB2...
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“Personalized Care” Medicine Focuses On Chronic Conditions That Cause Cancer - Monsters and Critics

“Personalized Care” Medicine Focuses On Chronic Conditions That Cause Cancer - Monsters and Critics | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
A new study published yesterday in the journal Cancer states that more than two-thirds of all cancer deaths – some 572,000 last year – are preventable.
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AHIMA Creates New Health Information Management Award

AHIMA Creates New Health Information Management Award | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology,Health care information technology & IT strategy news for CIOs, CMIOs & clinical informaticists. Learn about EMR EHR, ARRA HITECH, wireless technologies & meaningful use policy.
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Four Ways Personalized Medicine will Change Doctor-Patient Relationship

Four Ways Personalized Medicine will Change Doctor-Patient Relationship | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Personalized Medicine Gains Traction Since completion of the Human Genome Project  in 2003, the promise of personalized medicine (PM) caused many to consider its effect on bio-science, pharma ...
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Doctor David's Blog: A Challenge for Personalized Medicine

Doctor David's Blog: A Challenge for Personalized Medicine | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Personalized Medicine - one size does not fit all!
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The future is quantified: on the convergence of trends

The future is quantified: on the convergence of trends | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it

Angela Dunn (@blogbrevity) reflects on how social, mobile, Big Data and the Internet of Things come together will shape the future.


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Can you really sequence DNA with a USB stick? - Wired.co.uk

Can you really sequence DNA with a USB stick? - Wired.co.uk | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Wired.co.ukCan you really sequence DNA with a USB stick?Wired.co.ukThe advantage to this parallel processing of DNA is that the bioinformatics -- the actual analysis of the order and concentration of the DNA -- can be done in real-time.
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DNA Sequencing, Without the Fuss - ScienceNOW

DNA Sequencing, Without the Fuss - ScienceNOW | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
DNA Sequencing, Without the Fuss - ScienceNOW (#nanopore sequencing may drop the cost of sequencing a human genome to under $1K & revolutionize personalized medicine http://t.co/4wouWYFV...)...
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HC2012 – The national event for health informatics «

HC2012 – The national event for health informatics « | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Health Informatics Congress : London, UK May 2nd-3rd.
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'Snyderome' Study Suggests Much to Gain from Individual's Genome, Molecular Profiles | Clinical Sequencing News | Sequencing | GenomeWeb

'Snyderome' Study Suggests Much to Gain from Individual's Genome #personal_genomics #personalized_medicine #biomarkers http://t.co/85jeRSbv...
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Beyond the $1,000 Genome - Forbes

The cost of mapping an individual human genome may break the $1,000 barrier by the end of the year, thanks to Life Technologies, Jonathan Rothberg and the Ion Proton Sequencer.
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PLoS Computational Biology: Topic Pages: PLoS Computational Biology Meets Wikipedia

PLoS Computational Biology is an open-access (RT @raunakms: #PLoS Computational Biology Meets #Wikipedia http://t.co/LZ2SkvBs #Bioinformatics #genomics...)...
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The Science of Informatics | AMIA

RT @AMIAinformatix: AMIA’s Academic Forum Defines Biomedical Informatics.
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GEN | BLOGbiotech: Personalized Medicine Takes a Hit

The biotech industry is in the process of trying to assess the potential impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Prometheus’ patent claims in the Prometheus Laboratories v. Mayo Collaborative Services case.
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Personalized medicine experiment details diabetes development - Harvard Health Publications (blog)

Personalized medicine experiment details diabetes development - Harvard Health Publications (blog) | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Personalized medicine experiment details diabetes developmentHarvard Health Publications (blog)The term “personalized medicine” is still something of an abstract idea.
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Personalized Medicine - Implications for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers | Texas Enterprise

Personalized Medicine - Implications for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers | Texas Enterprise | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
Personalized Medicine - Implications for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers: Executive Summaryread more http://t.co/GwOLZw01...
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Medical faculty and students embrace the information age | Infoway Connects

Medical faculty and students embrace the information age | Infoway Connects | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
To help ensure that the physicians of tomorrow are ready to practice in a technology-enabled environment when they graduate, Infoway is partnering with key clinician education organizations: the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada...
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BIG12 – Bioinformatics for Integrative Genomics course in Oeiras ...

BIG12 – Bioinformatics for Integrative Genomics course in Oeiras ... | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
This year our lab will participate again in the Gulbenkian Training Program in Bioinformatics (GTPB). Abel and Michael will give a 3 days course on Bioinformatics for Integrative Genomics – BIG12, from 7th to 9th May.
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By the Numbers: Flu Season, Visualized

By the Numbers: Flu Season, Visualized | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it

Strains of seasonal influenza behave slightly differently season to season and strain to strain. The differences are revealing. The rate of transmission of the 1918 pandemic, which killed 40 million people, closely mirrors the data from the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. The two strains are, in fact, closely related. At the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), epidemiologists study the patterns of flu data from the current season against historic data. The comparison helps them make informed decisions about how to respond to the virus: what kind of vaccine to make, how to make it, and how and where to distribute it. As data sets improve, scientists will be able to better predict how future strains of seasonal influenza will spread.


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Future Under Review for caBIG and NCI's Informatics Strategy - Bio-IT World

Future Under Review for caBIG and NCI's Informatics Strategy - Bio-IT World | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
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Online Schools | State of the Internet 2011

Online Schools | State of the Internet 2011 | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it

Amazing dynamic Infography...

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Reminder: EFMI STC2012 in Moscow; 18-21 April, 2012

Reminder: EFMI STC2012 in Moscow; 18-21 April, 2012 | Health and Biomedical Informatics | Scoop.it
The next Special Topic Conference of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI STC2012) will be held on 18-21 April, 2012 in Moscow, Russia (see http://www.stc2012.eu/). Full details about the event, including registration, hotels,...
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