Knowledge Network That Merges and Integrates All Life Science and Disease Information

2/24/2014; 84 minutes

Kate Rankin, UCSF Memory and Aging Center, describes the Knowledge Network, a repository that connects different types of data, yielding unsuspected correlations. This not only provides ways to increase research networking but also treatment protocols. Then, Pierre-Antoine Gourraud, UCSF Department of Neurology, describes the MS Bioscreen designed to access and integrate a patient's medical records with the latest population-based data, making it possible to chart a unique course of treatment for each person. (#25929)

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