Industry News

Data and Digital takeaways from J.P. Morgan 2020


Bruno Villetelle, Head of Data and Digital, Novartis Global Drug Development, wrote a very succinct summary of the core topics covered at J.P. Morgan 2020. We’re excited to see the continued momentum behind these digital trends and how we’re enabling Sponsors to take advantage of Real World Data, Machine Learning and so much more through…

Read More

World first as drug developed using AI enters clinical trials


This may just be the first drug to be generated using artificial intelligence (AI) which has now entered clinical trials in Japan. “The project has been particularly heralded for the speed it took to complete – taking just 12 months when compared to the typical five years it takes drug companies to complete the research…

Read More

Microsoft takes the wraps off $40 million, five-year ‘AI for Health’ initiative


Microsoft has recently announced a $40 Million investment in AI for Health Initiatives. “Through its AI for Good projects, Microsoft is applying lessons from software to artificial intelligence technologies that are under development. In the case of health, Microsoft officials said their mission is to use insights derived from AI technologies and techniques to search…

Read More

A single number helps Stanford data scientists find most dangerous cancer cells


“Biomedical data scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine have shown that the number of genes a cell uses to make RNA is a reliable indicator of how developed the cell is, a finding that could make it easier to target cancer-causing genes.” Click the button below to read the entire Article! Continue Reading…

Read More

SOSV Announces Launch of IndieBio New York


A fantastic opportunity for life science startups in the New York area! “We’re doubling down on life sciences,” said Sean O’Sullivan, Managing General Partner of SOSV. “We are looking to bring what IndieBio has created for the California life science industry to the East Coast. New York is a great hub for life sciences research and financing, and will be…

Read More

Google Shows AI Can Spot Breast Cancer Better Than Doctors


According to new research from Google Health, AI can more accurately detect breast cancer than physicians. “The technology’s reading of mammograms reduced both false positives, where healthy patients are mistakenly diagnosed with the disease, and false negatives, where the cancer is missed, the Alphabet Inc. unit said in a blog post on Wednesday. The system reduced false positives by…

Read More

New radiotracer offers opportunities for earlier intervention after heart attack


“ Reston, VA–Insights into how the heart recovers after myocardial infarction (heart attack) can be obtained with a new radiotracer that targets fibroblast activity prior to it causing permanent damage. According to research published in the December issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 68Ga-FAPI-04 positron emission tomography (PET) can effectively image fibroblast activation after myocardial…

Read More

Good Example of Integrating Wearable Devices (cameras) with Machine Learning Into Patient Care – The Potential For Use In Clinical Trials


In a News Release on Eureka Alert, comes a fascinating example of how cameras were used in patient care combined with machine learning to better identify and improve lifestyle strategies for heart failure patients. The article titled “Tiny wearable cameras may improve quality of life in heart failure patients” and is an outstanding example of…

Read More

Meet with Christopher Kata in Tampa, Florida August 19th – 21st.


Meet with Christopher Kata, Director of Sales & Marketing on August 19th – 21st, 2019 in Tampa, Florida! Christopher Kata, Director of Sales & Marketing905 When: August 19th to 21st 2019Where: Tampa, Florida Christopher Kata is in Tampa for meetings all three days and has some availability for additional meetings. If you’re interested in…

Read More

What Is Taking So Long For Meaningful Interoperability In Clinical Research?


From Clinical Leader comes a very timely article on the state of interoperability within clinical research Clinical Trials today can benefit tremendously as a result of the value produced from integration with EMR systems, leveraging Real World Data and Real World Evidence, and the adoption of eSource! “Three decades ago when I entered the profession…

Read More