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Computational Medicine

Turning Data into Actionable Knowledge

More and more raw data are generated by healthcare and life science clinicians and researchers. Single instruments can generate tens of terabytes of data per week. The TRON Computational Medicine unit turns raw data into actionable impactful knowledge through expert data analysis, data interpretation, biostatistics, computational biology/genomics and bioinformatics.

The Computational Medicine Unit is part of the TRON Biomarker Development Center (BDC). TRON Computational Medicine works with internal and external teams, ranging from close collaborations focused on assay and protocol development, to long-term drug development and biomarker projects, to collaborative projects with direct patient/clinical application. For high-throughput profiling platforms, such as next-generation sequencing (NGS) and seromics, the team organizes, processes, analyzes, and interprets data, returning processed and actionable information to the research team.

The Computational Medicine Team analyzing sequences @ TRON