Session Introduction

@inproceedings{Stegle2003SessionI,
  title={Session Introduction},
  author={Oliver Stegle and Steven E. Brenner and Quaid Morris and Jennifer Listgarten},
  booktitle={PSB},
  year={2003}
}
Rapid advances in personal, cohort, and population-­‐scale data acquisition, such as via sequencing, proteomics, mass spectroscopy, biosensors, mobile health devices and social network activity and other apps are opening up new vistas for personalized health biomedical data collection, analysis and insight. To achieve the vaunted goals of precision medicine and go from measurement to clinical translation, substantial gains still need to be made in methods of data and knowledge integration… 

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