Q&A: Foundation Medicine's Eric Neumann on Capturing Knowledge for Clinical Genomics Use | GenomeWeb

Eric Neumann joined Foundation Medicine as vice president of knowledge informatics in November, bringing a background in semantic web technologies to the clinical genomics realm.

Neumann joined Foundation after holding a number of informatics management roles at Sanofi-Aventis, Beyond Genomics, Genstruct, and elsewhere. An early evangelist of the use of the semantic web for life science applications, he is also a founder and organizer of the annual Conference on Semantics in Healthcare and Life Sciences, or CSHALS.

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