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Rancho BioSciences will present the tranSMART open source platform at TM Forum’s Digital Disruption 2013, Oct 28-31, San Jose
Date:10/22/2013

San Diego, California (PRWEB) October 22, 2013

Rancho BioSciences, the global scientific data consulting company announced today that they will be representing the open source platform tranSMART, originally from Johnson & Johnson, at TM Forum’s Digital Disruption 2013 conference and expo. This conference takes place at the San Jose convention center, October 28-31. Rancho will be located in the Disruption Zone adjacent to the Innovation Theater. Representatives from Rancho will be showing how tranSMART can be used to store and analyze OMICs and clinical data in order to support personalized medicine. They will be showing real examples from their work with the Accelerated Cure Project and Orion Bionetworks who have funded the collection of the large multiple sclerosis data set that is now ready for analysis. Curated clinical information analyzed alongside with genomic, proteomic, and biomarker data helps participating researchers make novel hypotheses about disease mechanisms, forecast disease progression, and identify novel targets for disease treatment. The types and amount of new data now available require sophisticated technology solutions all working synergistically – for example, scalable and flexible cloud computing, adaptable but dependable security modules, solutions for big data, and capabilities for data integration.

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