UK Cardiac Hospital To Use IDBS InforSense Suite for Cardiovascular Disease Research | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

IDBS said this week that a UK cardiac hospital will use the company's InforSense Suite to analyze and visualize data in a new cardiovascular research center.

The Barts and the London NIHR Cardiovascular Biomedical Research Unit, which opened at the London Chest Hospital in May, is funded by a £5.45 million ($8.27 million) grant from the UK's National Institute for Health Research

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