From population health to personalized medicine, from modeling atoms to modeling the atmosphere, the Stanford Biomedical Data Science Initiative seeks to use large scale computing and data analysis to improve human health. It brings Stanford's legendary technology innovation to the frontier of biomedicine. Whether detailing the human immune system, finding new applications for drugs, deciphering autism in children, or monitoring pandemic strains with the help of social networks - the Biomedical Data Science Initiative is shaping human health for the 21st century.
For more information: bdsi.stanford.edu
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