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Last day of Big Data in Biomedicine conference

Today marks the closing day of the Big Data in Biomedicine conference. With the goal of bringing together thought leaders from academia, information technology companies, venture capital firms and public health institutions, the conference has highlighted how large-scale data analysis can transform the way we diagnose, treat and prevent disease. Today's topics of conversation include genomic medicine, and devices and technology, and the morning keynote will be given by Vinod Khosla, MBA, founder of Khosla Ventures and a co-founder of Sun Microsystems.

As a reminder, you can watch the conference via live webcast on the conference website or follow along on the @SUMedicine feed as we discuss the event. We'll also have a wrap-up story here on Tuesday.

Previously: U.S. Chief Technology Officer kicks off Big Data in Biomedicine, Big Data in Biomedicine conference kicks off tomorrow, Big Data in Biomedicine technical showcase to feature companies’ innovations related to big data and Euan Ashley discusses harnessing big data to drive innovation for a healthier world

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