Clinical OMICS

NOV-DEC 2018

Healthcare magazine for research scientists, labs, pathologists, hospitals, cancer centers, physicians and biopharma companies providing news articles, expert interviews and videos about molecular diagnostics in precision medicine

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VOL. 5, Issue No. 6 November/December 2018 November/December 2018 Clinical OMICs 1 @ClinicalOMICs 34 | A 'More Precise' Precision Therapy for Parkinson's Disease 36 | New Focus on Genomics Konica Minolta Builds Its Presence in Precision Medicine via Acquisitions 40 | Expert Predictions for 2019: Thought Leaders Share Insights on What May Shape the Omics Field in the Coming Year 44 | AGBT Precision Health Roundup In Addition to Success Stories, Attendees Learn About Emerging Areas of Precision Health 39 | NEW PRODUCTS 48 | INDUSTRY EVENTS Liquid Logic Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) for liquid biopsies provide researchers with valuable information across a range of different cancer types. 20 The Peaks and Valleys There is no shortage of databases for metabolomics researchers to use, but a lack of data standards still presents challenges. 26 3 | FROM THE EDITOR 8 | Bulk Sequencing: NIH's All of Us Research Program Awards $28.6 Million for Genome Centers 12 | Interview with Microbiologist Sarkis Mazmanian 16 | Community Care: OneOncology Launches with Plans to Build a National Network of Community Oncology Centers 30 | Unlocking the Value of Complex Biomarker Data Visualizing and Analyzing Biomarker Data Allows Researchers to Harvest Insights and Inform Decision Making Cover: Westend61 / Getty Images; Above (top right) Olga Efimova / EyeEm / Getty Images; (top left) UAB; (middle left) All of Us Research Program; (middle right) Ambry Genetics; (bottom left) Julie Flanery (West Cancer Center)

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