Cancer Commons Founder to Speak at Molecular Med Tri-Con

Cancer Commons founder Marty Tenenbaum, PhD, will speak at the 26th International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference in San Francisco on March 12. At 8:15 am, he will moderate an expert panel discussion on “Data Science Enabling Personalized Medicine“:

“Big data and machine learning have the potential to improve health, detecting disease at an earlier stage and personalizing interventions. The key ingredient, some say, is applying algorithms to population-wide datasets. But the question remains: is it enough to train smarter algorithms with broader datasets? What other approaches, diagnostics tools, and technologies do we need to accurately assess a patient’s unique needs and build a personalized intervention? A panel of experts across diagnostics, informatics, and therapeutics from government, academia, integrated health centers, data science, and biopharma will lead a highly interactive exploration of these issues and predict what it will take to realize the role of data science enabling personalized medicine.”

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