When Isabelle Chen, a senior at The Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, Conn., met Ann Bresnahan ‘69 during a science alumnae panel discussion at Bresnahan’s 50-year high school reunion, the two knew that they shared a passion for science.
A JAX postdoctoral associate was recently awarded a fellowship in Science Policy from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics that will allow him to advocate for support of science research with federal officials and congressional staff.
A recent study used multiple advanced technologies to dive deeper into the human genome than ever before to comprehensively characterize the structural variants present in three families, and what their functional consequences might be.
There has been an explosion of digital medical data in recent years, taking many forms. Much of the most valuable data—clinical patient data—is currently stored in electronic health record (EHR) systems, providing a theoretical gold mine for large-scale integration and analyses of patient traits, diseases, treatments, progression over time, outcomes and more.