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Personalized Healthcare Challenges for High Performance Computing
SESSION: Personalized Healthcare Challenges for High Performance Computing
EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather
TIME: 5:30PM - 7:00PM
SESSION LEADER(S):David Galas, Eric Stahlberg
ABSTRACT: To achieve the goal of personalized healthcare, the amount of information to analyze is overwhelming and the task of turning this raw data into biological knowledge to inform healthcare decisions is computationally daunting, presenting new challenges to the high performance computing industry. The need for data aggregation and analytics across many data sources will require collaboration among providers of electronic medical record systems, genomic reference databases, next generation sequencing, proteomics, and diagnostic imaging, potentially resulting in terabytes of data uniquely characterizing each individual. Systems biology simulations and bioinformatics applications are being developed, yet the ability to translate these research applications to reliable clinical use presents several important challenges. Such issues include data transmission and storage, upward and downward application scalability, reliability, security, interoperability, compliance, validation and affordability. This session brings together individuals to clarify requirements for future systems and applications while fostering exchange of solutions and ideas.
Session Leader Details:
David Galas (Primary Session Leader) - Institute for Systems Biology
Eric Stahlberg (Secondary Session Leader) - SAIC-Frederick, Advanced Biomedical Computing Center / NCI Center for Cancer Research