GW advances bioinformatics program; Blood cancer docs likely web surfers;

> George Washington University has tapped Keith Crandall to head its new computational biology program. Q&A

> Larry Smarr has begun a computer-enabled study to map every human bodily function. Feature

> A Manhattan Research study found that hematology oncologists were twice as likely to visit pharma-related websites than other physicians. Article

> Russia-based Sequoia Genetics launches effort to advance informatics tools to understand individuals' specific disease traits. Item

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