Israeli-Dutch Innovation Center

Big data analysis – deep learning algorithms to analyze molecular information from patients

  • Location Tel Aviv
  • Industry Life sciences and health
  • Online since 2019-12-23

Tel Aviv University is seeking Dutch partners that possess large clinical data sets for validation of algorithms and computational methods used to parse patient data for the purpose of early detection of diseases, understanding mechanisms, and better therapeutic management.

Prof Noam Shomron and his team, at the Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University, have developed tools and algorithms in order to parse patient data for the purpose of early detection of diseases, understanding mechanisms, and better therapeutic management. The academic team is now seeking partners that possess large clinical data sets for validation of the algorithms and computational methods.

 

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