Personalized Medicine: Technology Needs to Be Ready

Carlos Sosa, high-performance computing architect at Cray, Inc., says that personalized medicine is on the way but that HPC technology needs to be more robust to answer questions quickly for patients and doctors. He cites a University of Chicago workflow that used parallel machines to sequence genomes and performed 47 years of research in just 51 hours as an example of moving toward personalized medicine capability. Find out more and read the latest blog posts on healthcare and bio IT big data analytics in the Intel Health & Life Sciences Community:….



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