The remarkable ascent of Big Data for example from biomedical imaging, next generation sequencing and adjacent technologies that deliver a multiplicity of heterogeneous data has been a tremendous boon for basic biomedical research and for precision medicine. However, this has transferred the bottleneck from data generation to analysis and meaningful interpretation. This is challenging academia and industry to create infrastructure and capabilities that can translate the data tsunami into actionable knowledge for researchers, drug developers and clinicians. In this Session, the speakers will address their efforts to meet this challenge.
Session ID: 24463