DBMI and the Harvard Office of Technology Development (OTD) have joined forces to launch the Biomedical Informatics Entrepreneurs Salon (BIES), a monthly meeting to promote entrepreneurship at the convergence of biology, medicine, and computing.
The first Harvard Clinical Informatics Lecture Series of 2016 is underway, having kicked off in January with Grand Rounds hosted by DBMI Chair Zak Kohane. Dr. Kohane spoke about the intersection of precision medicine with clinical informatics and operations.
Researchers from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital have completed the first stage of an important collaboration aimed at understanding the intricate variables of neuropsychiatric d
Research team of co-senior author Peter Park combined single-cell genome sequencing with rigorous data analysis techniques to show for the first time that the brains of healthy people possess mutations in a significant number of somatic cells.
In August 2015, the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) awarded DBMI a supplemental grant of $2.4M to further develop the Global Rare Diseases Patient Registry Data Repository/GRDR® program....
The Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN) is now accepting patient applications through its online portal, the UDN Gateway. Through funding from the National Institutes of Health Common Fund, the UDN was formed to diagnose patients who suffer from...
DBMI's Peter Park, HMS associate professor of biomedical informatics and co-senior author on a pair of papers in the September 24 Nature, developed a set of algorithmic tools to analyze the genomic data from the