Data mining unlocks new treatments for young patients.
The dean of the School of Medicine shares what led him back to St. Louis and how personalized medicine can change healthcare.
The goal is to help clinicians treat patients based on tumor genetics.
Informatics could dramatically speed up the time it takes to develop new therapies.
A team of researchers hopes to answer that question by combining the science of metabolism with big data.
Genome sequencing research on 50,000 people may lead to finding heart disease before it strikes.