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This talk will highlight several surprising findings we discovered from wearable sensing of autonomic stress data and physical activity in daily life. For example, we learned that sensing from the surface of the wrist can tell us more ab...
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Perhaps the greatest surprise of human genetic studies is that 90% of disease regions do not affect proteins directly, but instead the circuits that control our genes. This has increased the urgency of mapping the regulatory genome, as a...
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Digital Health mobile apps and connected medical devices are rapidly changing how patients learn, monitor, diagnose and treat disease. Even in these early days of the digital transformation of healthcare, connected medical devices and di...
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Rapid advances in high-throughput technologies, including next-generation sequencing, proteomics, and metabolomics, are providing exceptionally detailed descriptions of the molecular changes that occur in diseases. Despite their power, e...
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In this talk we will discuss several examples of how analytics could be leveraged into decision support tools that inform decisions related to system design, patient flow and safety. The examples are based on collaborative research proje...
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ALFA’s Gigabeats project considers the data science of physiologic signal data. Our BeatDB and PhysioMiner projects provide a means of very rapidly scanning waveform data to find strongly predictive intervals and predictors that allow ac...
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MIT Center for Finance and Policy Second Annual Conference "Financial Products and Policies for an Aging Population" Keynote Speaker: Douglas Elmendorf, Brookings Institution 9/17/2015 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, MA
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