Sinomenine treats rheumatoid arthritis by inhibiting MMP9 and inflammatory cytokines expression: bioinformatics analysis and experimental validation | Scientific Reports

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Biomarker screening using integrated bioinformatics for the development of “normal—impaired glucose intolerance—type 2 diabetes mellitus” | Scientific Reports

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M.S. in Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics Creates New Opportunities – Mellon College of Science – Carnegie Mellon University

Amogh Ananda Rao wanted to make a lasting difference through research, but as a physician, he didn’t feel he had the skills he needed to properly conduct the research that he felt would help him potentially change the field of medicine. To develop those skills, he registered for the first cohort in Carnegie Mellon University’s … Read more

Bioinformatics expert to med students: Ignore the AI revolution at the peril of patients, providers | Brown University

In a presentation at Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School, Dr. Isaac Kohane, who has worked on medical AI since the 1990s, urged doctors-in-training to understand and make use of artificial intelligence. In this year’s Levinger lecture hosted by the Warren Alpert Medical School, Dr. Isaac Kohane urged medical students and educators to take AI seriously. … Read more

How bioinformatics led one scientist home to Lithuania

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Jiangmei Xiong is first author of Bioinformatics paper | Biostatistics Graduate Program | Vanderbilt University

Congratulations to PhD candidate Jiangmei Ruby Xiong on the publication of GammaGateR: Semi-automated marker gating for single-cell multiplexed imaging in Bioinformatics on June 4. The paper was co-authored by assistant professor Siyuan Ma and associate professor Simon Vandekar, with colleagues in Vanderbilt’s Program of Chemical and Physical Biology and its Epithelial Biology Center, as well as … Read more

Online Master’s Degree in Bioinformatics – Brandeis University

Complete this form to receive information about coursework, admissions, tuition and more. Brandeis University’s online master’s degree in bioinformatics prepares you for an impactful career in the life sciences, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and biomedical research. Blending programming skills with real-world knowledge from expert faculty, our rigorous online program prepares you to decipher biological data to draw … Read more

WDL 1.2.0: Enhancing Workflow Description Language for Bioinformatics – InfoQ

A monthly overview of things you need to know as an architect or aspiring architect. Facilitating the Spread of Knowledge and Innovation in Professional Software Development Tal Garfinkel discusses the isolation technologies that underlie WebAssembly, and the limitations of the current state-of-the-art. In this episode, Thomas Betts talks with Shawna Martell and Dan Fike, about … Read more

How Takeda Pharmaceuticals Accelerates Large-Scale Bioinformatics with AWS HealthOmics | AWS for Industries

In the rapidly evolving field of bioinformatics, transitioning from on-prem high-performance computing (HPC) environments, like Slurm, to cloud-based solutions, like AWS HealthOmics, presents opportunities to reinvent for scale, speed, and cost. Jeff Lee is Associate Director of R&D Cloud Architecture at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, a patient-focused, R&D driven biopharmaceutical organization founded in 1781. In this blog post, … Read more