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Time to register for Big Data in Biomedicine 2016

17715806009_2c00a5e428_zThe popular Big Data in Biomedicine conference, now in its fourth year, is open for registration. It will be held at Stanford on May 25 and 26.

Dean Lloyd Minor, MD, will welcome attendees to campus and highlight Stanford Medicine's focus on precision health. Other speakers include Kathy Hudson, PhD, deputy director for science, outreach and policy at the National Institutes of Health; Harlan Krumholz, MD, a cardiologist and director of the Yale-New Haven Hospital Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation; and Werner Eberhardt, PhD, general manager for personalized medicine at SAP, among dozens of others.

The conference will also feature a corporate technical showcase, catered on-site meals and a poster session.

To sample the conference, videos from the 2015 event are available on the event website. Registration, which ranges from $175 to $600 for those who register before March 1, is also available on the site.

Previously: Precision health: a special report from Stanford Medicine magazineAt Big Data in Biomedicine, Stanford's Lloyd Minor focuses on precision health and A look back at Stanford's Big Data in Biomedicine
Photo by Saul Bromberger

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