Parkinson's Foundation, Tag.bio partner to accelerate research, improve care for PD
2 monthes ago - By Healio
The Parkinson's Foundation and data analytics platform Tag.bio have announced a partnership to advance research into the causes and treatment of Parkinson's disease.
According to a release issued by Tag.bio, the collaboration will enable researchers across each organization to securely analyze and share data combining clinical and genomics data sets, with the goal of improving PD care by accelerating and supporting research to advance improved treatments and personalized medicine.
“With this partnership, for the first time, researchers across organizations will be able to
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