Tag Archives: Big Data Funding and Research

Earlier Diagnosis Research: the Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study (BBC News / GtR)

Summary The Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study aims to discover new ways of diagnosing dementia, ideally decades before the symptoms become apparent in order to give future drug treatments the best chance of working. The Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study … Continue reading

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NICE Participation in European ROADMAP Project: Faster Access to Alzheimer’s Disease Drugs? (NICE)

Summary NICE is participating in the ROADMAP initiative, which is working on a sustainable platform for “real world” evidence generation concerning Alzheimer’s Disease and (hopefully) faster development of disease-modifying drugs. “The IMI (Innovative Medicines Initiative) is Europe’s largest public-private partnership, … Continue reading

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New Drugs for Dementia (POST Note PN 535)

Summary The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) has produced a briefing outlining some of the challenges in developing new drugs for dementia, explained in the context of ongoing UK and international research programmes. There is an extensive bibliography, … Continue reading

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Big Data and Public Health (Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology POST Note PN 474 / PN 468)

Summary This Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology (POST) note on “Big Data and Public Health” considers the growing use of patients’ health records and large-scale medical and administrative datasets as valuable sources of information for the study and improvement … Continue reading

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