Case Study: Healthcare

We need to make biomedical data easily accessible and securely usable, to find new medicines and diagnostics, and to establish data-based insights that evolve the practice of medicine.

In this case study you will learn:

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How a MedTech company built up the capability for reliable and strategic data access to thousands of annotated MRI scans from several hospitals

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How a data science team in a pharma company collaborated with hospitals and institutions to securely leverage cancer patient data for AI

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How a genomics company analyzed genomics data from laboratories at scale

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