A team of researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Health Data Sciences Institute has harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to better match cancer patients with clinical trials. The researchers were one of 10 teams to develop a digital tool to address complex challenges relevant to medical conditions such as cancer and Lyme disease as part of The Opportunity Project (TOP) Health Sprint, a 14-week effort sponsored by the Census Bureau, coordinated by the Department of Health and Human Services, and led by two Presidential Innovation Fellows. Learn more about their efforts here.
TREEDC Annual Conference
- Roaden University Center, Tennessee Tech University, Cookeville
- Dec 12 2019
Bunker Brews Holiday Reception
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ARC POWER Initiative Application Workshop
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- Jan 28 2020
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Tennessee Valley Corridor "National Summit"
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