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CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – A startup run by the former Intel executive who helped build two major cancer informatics systems has big plans to support precision medicine by helping clinicians and researchers break down data silos on multiple fronts.

Omics Data Automation, founded in June 2016, has one commercial product out, another one set to be released this quarter, and an open-source community in development. The Beaverton, Oregon-based company is doing all this with barely $1 million in funding, nearly all of it from grants.

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