Posted 8th April 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
The human gut is a complex ecosystem dominated by bacteria and their viruses, i.e. phages. Approximately half of the viruses that reside in our intestine are derived from lysogens, bacteria that contain normally dormant viruses – prophages — in their genome.
Posted 5th April 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
Aiforia Technologies is a medical AI software company seeking to transform clinical pathology and medical research by bringing deep learning AI to assist and augment human experts in medical image analysis.
We had the chance to ask CEO Kaisa Helminen about AI in healthcare and Aiforia’s newest platform.
Posted 3rd April 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
Ireland is a place where innovation thrives and foreign direct investment finds a home. Thirty years ago, just 5,200 worked in an industry characterised by basic manufacturing. Now, the originator pharmaceutical companies directly employ 30,000 people, working on complex biologics manufacturing and the discovery of tomorrow’s cures.
Posted 1st April 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
This is the second instalment of a two-part blog post from Jothi Dugar, one of the pioneers in the field of Cyber Security. Here, Jothi explains how her experience with integrative medicine has transformed her approach to Cyber Security in a healthcare setting.
Posted 29th March 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
Günter Welz is part of the Open Innovation and Strategic Partnerships department at Bayer. He scouts for and builds relationships with external innovators in academia and business to enrich Bayer’s R&D pipeline, using various tools like the Open Innovation website and the venture capital arm.
A novel NOX1 and NOX4 inhibitor, an EMA reflection paper on drug development, and the genetics of NAFLD
Posted 27th March 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
Following the 2nd Global NASH Congress, we have made the following presentation slides from Alexandre Grassin, Elmer Schabel & Luca Valenti available.
Posted 25th March 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
This is the first instalment of a two-part blog post from Jothi Dugar, one of the pioneers in the field of Cyber Security. Here, Jothi shares her experience of Cyber Security and developing an Information Security Office in a healthcare setting.
Posted 22nd March 2019 by Joshua Broomfield
As laboratories transform their workflows into the digital environment, a tremendous opportunity presents itself: to transition the field of pathology from a qualitative to quantitative discipline. Quantitation brings measures of accuracy, reproducibility, and statistical stringency that allow computational algorithms (including AI) to perform complex tasks and measure their success. The evolution of Pathology will not be dictated by any single organization but rather will take an entire community of experts.