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Stanford Medicine’s Big Data in Precision Health Conference set for May 23-24

The two-day conference will feature leaders from academia, government and industry who harness immense data sets to more precisely predict, diagnose and treat disease.

The sixth annual Big Data in Precision Health Conference, set for May 23-24 at the Stanford University School of Medicine, will showcase the power of big data science to improve human health.

Precision health has the potential to transcend the conventions of current medical practices and usher in an approach to medicine that enhances our ability to predict and prevent disease and improves the health care system as a whole,” said Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of School of Medicine. “At this event, we invite the scientific community to connect with forward-thinkers in medicine who are leading the way in precision health by leveraging large-scale data analytics and digital tools.”

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For more information visit the conference website.

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Autor: Hanae Armitage   Quelle: Stanford Medicine, 18th April 2018
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