Scientific Papers

Transforming eHealth into a Political and Economic Advantage
Physiology in extreme conditions: Adaptations and unexpected reactions
Making sense of big data in health research: Towards an EU action plan
Precision Oncology: The Promise of Big Data and the Legacy of Small Data
Big Data From Electronic Health Records for Early and Late Translational Cardiovascular Research: Challenges and Potential

 ‘Big Data’ in Mental Health Research: Current Status and Emerging Possibilities
 Methods for Enhancing the Reproductibility of Biomedical Research Findings Using Electronic Health Records
Multitype Network-Guided Target Controllability in Phenotypically Characterized Osteosarcoma: Role of Tumor Microenvironment
Immuno-Oncology Integrative Networks: Elucidating the Influences of Osteosarcoma Phenotypes
Functional characterisation of osteosarcoma cell lines and identification of mRNAs and miRNAs associated with aggressive cancer phenotypes
(integrative networks applied to a panel of Osteosarcoma cell lines)
Systems and Precision medicine approaches to diabetes heterogeneity: a Big Data perspective in Clinical and Translational Medicine
(perspective on Diabetes in view of many new studies based on Big Data)

Event Follow-up

Readings and Videos

The 2nd annual Precision Medicine Leaders Summit was held in San Diego and, soon, lots of interesting materials (videos, panels, etc.) will be available online at:
On Systems Medicines, see Dr. Leroy Hood
Important Consortium on Personalized Medicine:   please see the “ICPerMed Action Plan”
(international consortium of Personalized Medicine that is of public interest and which is organizing calls for grants and workshops for the next few years)

Research Initiatives

Big Data for Better Outcomes



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