J. Marsh

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MOTIVATION In recent years, the gulf between the mass of accumulating-research data and the massive literature describing and analyzing those data has widened. The need for intelligent tools to bridge this gap, to rescue the knowledge being systematically isolated in literature and data silos, is now widely acknowledged. RESULTS To this end, we have(More)
Sex and gender differences influence the health and wellbeing of men and women. Although studies have drawn attention to observed differences between women and men across diseases, remarkably little research has been pursued to systematically investigate these underlying sex differences. Women continue to be underrepresented in clinical trials, and even in(More)
This paper presents results from a demonstration project of nationwide exchange of health data for the home care of diabetic patients. A consortium of industry, academic, and health care partners has developed reusable middleware components integrated using the HOLON architecture. Engineering approaches for multi-organization systems development, lessons(More)
  • John Allardice, Moira Johnson, Margaret Cooter, Marcin Kozak, Dario Sambunjak, Sharon Davies +13 others
  • 2010
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This inaugural meeting of the European Science Foundation's programme, 'Integrated Approaches for Functional Genomics', was opened by Gianni Cesareni (University of Rome Tor Vergata), one of the organisers. He compared proteomics to a jigsaw, but more difficult because it involves four dimensions and some of the pieces are still missing. Ideally, we would(More)