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So, what’s your digital phenotype?

Ideally, we’re all supposed to see our doctor once a year for a checkup. It’s an opportunity to see how we’re doing from a health perspective, address any concerns or issues that we may have and catch any emerging issues before they become true problems. But those visits are really only one-time, infrequent snapshots of...

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Detecting Ebola within minutes: A treatment and containment game changer

Tests for detecting Ebola in the blood can take anywhere from 12 hours to four days to yield results. But a recent study published in The Lancet reveals a new test can accurately determine results in mere minutes—another step toward potentially controlling the spread of Ebola with point-of-care diagnostics. Nira Pollock, MD, PhD, senior author...

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New FAQ on Academic-Industry Partnerships

As part of our “Establishing Academic/Industry Partnerships” panel event held on May 5, TIDO produced an FAQ on academic-industry partnerships that explains the spectrum of relationships, the benefits of working with indsutry and how these relationships develop.

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