April 10, 2017 Health and Biotech analytics news roundup

A DNA-testing company is offering patients a chance to help find a cure for their conditions: Invitae is launching the Patient Insights Network, where people can input their own genome data and help link it to other health data.

Congratulations, you’re a parasite!  Erick Turner and Kun-Hsing Yu won the first ‘Research Parasite’ award, given to highlight reanalysis of data. The name is a tongue-in-cheek reference to an infamous article decrying the practice.

IMI chief: ‘We need to learn how to share data in a safe and ethical manner’: Pierre Meulien discusses the EU’s Innovative Medicines Initiative, where public and private institutions collaborate.

5 Tips for Making Use of Big Data in Healthcare Production: Two pharmaceutical executives offer their opinions on using data in pharmaceutical manufacturing.

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