In this UCSD Campus LISA webinar, you will learn how you can utilize data mesh for healthcare. Panelists include: Mike Hogarth, Mark Mooney, and Tom Covington.
How Users Benefit from Tag.bio
Doctors & Researchers
Domain experts parameterize, iterate and reproduce analyses on the fly with no waiting.
Reduce the cost of curiosity
Data scientists build analysis apps that guide a wide range of users through any data question.
Complete the last mile
Change the culture by giving domain experts agency over data and analyses.
Become a data-driven organization
Analyze public and proprietary data and run iterative queries across multi-modal omics.
Milan Radovich, PhD,
Assoc. Prof. IU School of Medicine,
IU Health Vice President for Oncology Genomics,
Co-Director IUH Precision Genomics
ORIEN Network Scientific Committee Co-Chair
Improve quality of care and reduce costs by making sense of the complex data in the healthcare systems.
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