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RemedyMD to Integrate GulfStream Bioinformatics' Disease Models with its Research Software

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - RemedyMD and GulfStream Bioinformatics have agreed to integrate their informatics products for translational research, the companies said today.
 
Under the terms of the agreement, RemedyMD is incorporating GulfStream's 75 disease models into its Investigate data-management platform and is also integrating GulfStream's biospecimen management system, called BIGR, into the Investigate suite.
 
Gary Kennedy, CEO of RemedyMD, said that the combined platform will offer users “a pre-built registry that is already populated with relevant disease-specific data elements, and … a suite of applications and tools to eliminate their data management burdens.”
 

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