The iReceptor Plus project has established a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), beginning with two distinguished scientists, Prof. Steven H. Kleinstein and Prof. Gunilla Karlsson Hedestam.
A group of researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas Texas have published an article in the prestigious journal Cancer Research.
The iReceptor Plus Project was featured at the Canadian Research Software Conference in Montreal, which took place on May 28-29 in Montreal, Canada.
George Washington University and FDA researchers called for big data infrastructure to support the future of personalized medicine.
Knowing DNA sequences has greatly advanced not only basic biological research; the sequencing techniques have dramatically advanced and the storage of big data of their findings is growing exponentially.
If two heads are better than one, then numerous groups of researchers working in numerous countries around the world but sharing data aimed at the same target are preferable to independent and isolated scientific work.
Every person is unique, with his own combination of genetics, environment and experiences. This distinctive makeup means that some patients respond to a treatment that is ineffective in others.