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Boston University, Beyond Genomics Form Research Alliance

NEW YORK, May 20-Boston University School of Medicine and Beyond Genomics today announced a wide-ranging clinical research partnership.


Through the agreement, Boston University clinicians and researchers will have access to the company's analysis and data integration capabilities.


Beyond Genomics in turn will have access to the university's faculty. Further details were not disclosed.


The agreement covers a range of clinical areas, such as cardiovascular disease, oncology and central nervous system disorders.


Beyond Genomics, based in Waltham, Mass., uses a systems biology approach to speed drug discovery and development.

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