Author: Data4Cure

Data4Cure in Drug Information Association Global Forum

In the News: Drug Information Association’s Magazine

Check out the July 2019 issue of the Drug Information Association (DIA) Digital Forum Magazine for our own article on Using Semantic AI In Biomedicine! DIA’s Magazine offers expert coverage of the discovery, development, regulation, surveillance, and marketing of healthcare products. Janusz Dutkowski, Ph.D., CEO at Data4Cure was invited to contribute a piece on combining…
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the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

The 2019 Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

Data4Cure was excited to be part of the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), the world’s oldest and largest professional association that focuses on cancer research. As part of the Session on Late-Breaking Research: Bioinformatics, Convergence Science, and Systems Biology, Data4Cure announced its new resource called the Cancer Subtype Ontology (CSO) which…
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Mapping immunotherapy resistance pathways with biomedically-informed AI [Data4Cure @ PMWC 2019]

Despite the groundbreaking success of immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) therapies in hard-to-treat cancers, still only a fraction of patients show long-term clinical benefit. With the rapidly accumulating molecular, pathologic and clinical data from clinical trials and cancer cohorts, the question is how to best leverage these data to identify better biomarkers of ICI drug response,…
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Single cell analysis of immunotherapy resistance pathways in the context of the CURIE Knowledge Graph

Greetings! This week in our technology section of the blog we are covering the Data4Cure Single-cell RNA-seq Analysis App – part of the Biomedical Intelligence Cloud App Engine. We will focus on analysis of two recently published single-cell datasets looking at identifying biomarkers for immunotherapy response/resistance:  Jerby-Arnon et al., Cell, 2018 and Sade-Feldman et al., Cell, 2018.…
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Knowledge graph surpassing 1 billion biomedical relations and a new Data Resources framework

Greetings and Happy New Year! We are happy to report that the Data4Cure Biomedical Intelligence® Cloud and CURIETM Knowledge Graph are once again significantly expanding to help with a yet broader set of tasks in pharmaceutical R&D. With the updates this month, the CURIE Knowledge Graph is reaching 1 billion data-driven and literature-mined relations. And, we are introducing a new way to semantically organize and keep track of…
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