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Health Analytics “Supergroup” Crunches Data to Speed Drug Development

A new healthcare data analysis “supergroup” anchored by technology developed at MIT is getting some help from MMS Holdings, a Canton, MI-based contract service provider to biopharmaceutical companies.

The Health Analytics Collective will use artificial intelligence-powered analysis software called Julia to help pharmaceutical companies streamline the process of getting new drugs to market, says Uma Sharma, MMS Holdings’ chief scientific officer. The collective, which includes computer scientists and mathematicians from MIT as well as former FDA scientists, will be based at the University of Maryland’s Center for Translational Medicine.

The collective, which will fund itself through paid projects, will… Read more »


https://xconomy.com/detroit-ann-arbor/2019/02/05/health-analytics-supergroup-crunches-data-to-speed-drug-development/

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