Dana-Farber Informatics Team Launches GenoSpace to Link Genomic and Clinical Data via the Cloud | GenomeWeb

GenoSpace, a Cambridge, Mass.-based informatics startup, has launched a cloud-based platform intended to provide access to a variety of 'omic and phenotype data.

The company, which opened its doors in 2011, has taken advantage, or "lessons" learned, from compute infrastructure development efforts at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute focused on linking clinical and genomic information, John Quackenbush, a professor of computational biology and bioinformatics at Dana-Farber and GenoSpace's CEO, told BioInform in an interview last week.

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