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A look back at Stanford’s Big Data in Biomedicine

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We reported many of the happenings at last week's Big Data in Biomedicine here on Scope. Writer Bruce Goldman was also in attendance for the three-day event, and he captured the conversation in a just-published Inside Stanford Medicine piece.

Previously: At Big Data in Biomedicine, Stanford’s Lloyd Minor focuses on precision healthAt Big Data in Biomedicine, Nobel laureate Michael Levitt and others talk computing and crowdsourcingExperts at Big Data in Biomedicine: Bigger, better datasets and technology will benefit patientsOn the move: Big Data in Biomedicine goes mobile with discussion on mHealth and Big Data in Biomedicine panelists: Genomics’ future is bright
Photo of Euan Ashley, MD, welcoming conference attendees last Wednesday, by Saul Bromberger

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