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AI precision medicine accelerates the search for rare disease treatment

Posted on September 20th, 2021 by in AI & Data

AI and precision medicine are both changing drug discovery and development as we know it. Precision medicine that is powered by AI stands to be transformative, especially for the treatment of rare diseases. Elsevier was recently part of a collaboration that sought to demonstrate how AI precision medicine could lead researchers to new treatments for brain tumors faster.

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AI Disease Modeling Supports Precision Medicine for Cancer

Posted on June 1st, 2021 by in Pharma R&D

Precision medicine has offered a lot of hope for the treatment of cancer, as it makes it possible to tackle the multi-faceted disease with a more personalized, patient-specific approach. Meanwhile, researchers are also becoming increasingly interested in applications for artificial intelligence in the development of drugs and therapies. Could AI and precision medicine work together in the fight against cancer?

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3D Printing Makes Medical Devices More Personal

Posted on December 10th, 2020 by in Pharma R&D

Personalized medicine is a major trend in pharmaceutical R&D—and it’s transforming the way we think of therapeutics. Unlocking the secrets of the genome has made it possible to create treatments for disease that are more suited to the individual. But personalized medicine isn’t a concept that only applies to drug therapies. It is also highly relevant in the area of medical devices.

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Bio-IT World Conference 2020 presentation: A Network Polypharmacology Approach to Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma

Posted on March 5th, 2020 by in Pharma R&D

The Bio-IT World Conference & Expo, taking place in Boston from April 21-23, is an annual event that brings together thousands of great minds to highlight technologies and analytic approaches to solving problems, accelerating science and driving the future of precision medicine.

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