Nanoelectronics and Digital Technology for Precision medicine will be the focus of ITF Health 2019, Oct 15, Boston.
Large-scale population data collection is providing a plethora of quantitative and qualitative data promising major advances in precision medicine initiatives. Precision medicine approaches where genotype meets phenotype are enabled by data leveraged from direct and indirect sources to provide insights for disease treatment and prevention based on a more holistic view of an individual patient based on genetic, molecular, physiological, environmental and lifestyle factors. The event focuses on providing insights on the rapidly evolving R&D and innovations in silicon chip based biosensors, DNA sequencing technologies, wearables, IoT, smartphones, computation and machine learning to address current challenges and emerging solutions in precision medicine that will impact the future of healthcare. Integrating these data and into the clinical workflow to derive deeper insights into genetic and chronic diseases is central to the precision medicine concept.
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