Indiana University LifeOmic Evolving Into Precision Medicine, Corporate Wellness Company Premium With this month's acquisition of digital assistant maker Bavard, LifeOmic also hopes to improve customer service and bid on US government contracts. Pediatric Cardiomyopathy Exome Sequencing Study Suggests More Disease Genes to be Found The researchers were able to reach a molecular diagnosis for about a third of their cohort, but that varied based on age, ancestry, and cardiomyopathy subtype. Demand Grows for Chief Research Information Officers as Role Evolves Along With Data Types Premium CRIOs and their equivalents often are asked to bridge academic and provider sides of institutions to support clinical trials and data analytics with massive research datasets. Presence of cfDNA, CTCs Predicts Recurrence in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Analyzing both circulating tumor DNA and circulating tumor cells, investigators could classify patients into groups with significantly higher and lower recurrence risk. LifeOmic, IU's Komen Tissue Bank Integrate Platforms to Further Breast Cancer Research The Komen Tissue Bank will use LifeOmic's Precision Health Cloud platform for genomic, clinical, and imaging data aggregation and analysis, among other things. Dec 13, 2019 New Data Emerges for Liquid Biopsy in Breast Cancer Residual Disease Detection Premium Jun 5, 2019 NIH Announces Upcoming Genomic Medicine Studies Mar 20, 2019 Blood-Based PTSD Diagnostic Being Developed by Indiana University Team Premium Oct 24, 2018 Preterm Birth Risk, Preeclampsia Exosome Tests Enter Clinical Validation Oct 15, 2018 Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Indiana U Win $1.3M in NSF Funding for Genomics Program Jan 16, 2018 GWAS Uncovers Variants Linked to Symptoms, Progression of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's Disease Nov 7, 2017 Startup LifeOmic Seeks to Merge Sequencing With Clinical IT Premium Jun 12, 2017 Indiana University Precision Health Initiative Putting Informatics Piece Into Place Premium Dec 19, 2016 Chemotherapy-Induced Heart Failure Marker Proposed Following GWAS in Breast Cancer Patients Oct 25, 2016 Prostate Cancer, Ewing's Sarcoma Share Molecular Mechanism Aug 19, 2016 MIT-Led Group Develops Methods to Securely Search GWAS Databases Premium Jul 18, 2016 Clinical Utility of Paradigm's Cancer Sequencing Test Supported in Indiana University Study Premium Jun 21, 2016 Precision Medicine Effort at Indiana University Gets $40M Funding Commitment Jun 8, 2016 GenePattern Moves to Indiana U Supercomputing Center; Additional Deployments Planned Premium Sep 15, 2015 Study Highlights Potential Skin Microbiome Role in Infection Risk May 22, 2015 Indiana Healthcare Groups Focus on Bringing PGx-Guided Medicine to Underserved Community Premium May 12, 2015 Indiana Organizations Conduct Large Study to Assess PGx Testing Impact in Community Setting May 16, 2014 Indiana University, Paradigm Conducting Trial Using NGS to Direct Therapy for TNBC Patients Jun 6, 2013 Genomics in the Journals: Jun 6, 2013 May 30, 2013 Indiana Launches Industry-led Bioscience Institute with $25M from State Load More Breaking News QuantuMDx Obtains CE Mark for 30-Minute Multiplex Respiratory Panel Mitochondrial Protein Resource Reveals New Disease Players StageZero Life Sciences, DiagnoseAtHome Partner on Multicancer Blood Test OraSure Technologies Selected by HHS to Provide COVID-19 School Testing Hologic Obtains CE Mark for Molecular Epstein-Barr, BK Virus Assays Multiomics Startup Pleno Closes $15M Funding Round The Scan UK Moves to Allow Sale of Gene-Edited Food The UK is moving ahead to allow the sale of gene-edited food in England, Scotland, and Wales, according to New Scientist. Questions for the Field Stat News writes that the alleged Buffalo shooter's citation of genetics research raises questions about what the field can do. Cell Studies on Tumor Evolution in Mouse Model of Lung Cancer, Stereo-seq, Bacteriophage Responses In Cell this week: tumor evolution tracked in mouse model of lung cancer, organogenesis mapped using Stereo-seq, and more. Taking Stock of the Stockpile The US and European countries are evaluating their smallpox vaccine stockpiles as the number of monkeypox cases increases, the Washington Post reports.