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Atul Butte to speak on translational bioinformatics at National Institutes of Health today

This morning, Atul Butte, MD, PhD, chief of systems medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford, will deliver a lecture at the National Institutes of Health on the data revolution and translational bioinformatics. The talk will begin at 12 p.m. Pacific time and be webcast live here.

During the presentation, Butte will discuss the vast stores of available public health data and the potential of transforming this wealth of information into diagnostics, therapeutics and new insights into disease.

Previously: Stanford's Atul Butte discusses outsourcing research online at TEDMED and Health-care experts discuss opportunities and challenges of mining 'big data' in health care

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