Episode 9: Q&A with Dr. May Wang, Associate Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Director of the Biocomputing and Bioinformatics Core in the Emory-Georgia Tech Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence
Big data thrives in the healthcare industry. From patient information to medicinal studies, the data that stems from all the elements of healthcare is immense. To further advance and accelerate the translation of biomedical discovery, development and delivery through comprehensive biomedical and health informatics, we find Dr. May Wang at the helm. As the Associate Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Director of the Biocomputing and Bioinformatics Core in the Emory-Georgia Tech Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence, Dr. Wang's career centers on biocomputing, bioinformatics and biomedical big data analytics. And what does she hope to find in this onslaught of all this healthcare data? Cancer cures, hopefully. Her primary research interests center on biomedical and health informatics for systems medicine; in this podcast episode, she explains how big data intersects with these important areas of healthcare and what we might see in the future as the industry evolves.
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