AT&T Foundation Gives Mayo Clinic $900K to Expand PGx Data Bank | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The AT&T Foundation has given $900,000 to the Mayo Clinic to expand a data warehouse of patients’ clinical and genomic information, AT&T said today.
 
The Mayo Clinic Life Sciences System, part of a Mayo Clinic collaboration with IBM, is a data warehouse and search engine that currently stores millions of patients' clinical and genomic data and identifies subsets of patients with specific genetic features and medical histories.
 

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