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D2-3 Big Data / Big Health: Visions for Innovation through New Insights into Health and Wellbeing

The 2014 Big Data session - chaired by Mário Romão, Intel, Brussels, Belgium - continued from a debate started at the 5th Annual EHTEL Symposium where participants gained many insights into the 'foundation' of the Big Data perspective like understanding the quantum leap in terms processing speed and storage technology when processing huge data in short time. The 2014 edition of the Big Data vs. Big Health debate took a closer look at the promises of Big Data for Health and Personalised Medicine (incl. linking them to privacy issues). Speakers represented a broad range of competiencies and insights into the state of the art of computing in the life sciences. Use cases from clinical and public health medicine demonstrated how the results of Big Data analyses can be concretely linked to improvements in health care and gains in health and wellness.

EHT14 D2-31 Karolina Hanslik - DG SANCO - Big Data 2014-11-26.pdf

Perspectives on Big Data Use for Public Health Policy and Research (Karolina Hanslik, Unit D3 eHealth & HTA, DG SANCO, European Commission)

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EHT14 D2-33 David Fergusson - Crick Institute - Big Data asks New Approaches.pdf

Big Data in Health Asks for New Approaches across Life Science Disciplines David Fergusson, Head of Scientific Computing Services, Francis Crick Institute, London, UK

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EHT14 D2-34 Didier Jacqmin - EAU-EAPM - Big Data entering clinical practice.pdf

Big Data Entering Clinical Practice: the Case of Uro-Oncology (Prof Didier Jacqmin, PU-PH Service de Chirurgie Urologique, CHRU Strasbourg, France)

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