IBM injects Big Data tech into trauma treatment; iPhone used to spot parasites;

> IBM has helped develop a Big Data technology to guide treatment of traumatic brain injury. Article (sub. req.)

> iPhone cameras played a role in detecting parasites in stool samples from kids in Tanzania. Item

> Major pharma concerns weighed in on the FDA proposal for formatting electronic documents for drug applications. Story

> The University of California, San Francisco, has won a $2.4 million grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute to analyze the impact of genomic information in patient care and clinical trials. Release

> Theorem Clinical Research has expanded its Medidata (MDSO) services partnership by obtaining accreditation for Medidata Balance and Medidata Rave Targeted Source Document Verification (TSDV) services. Medidata Balance aids in patient data capture and management, and by implementing Medidata Rave TSDV, Theorem will have more effective monitoring services. Release

> Spanish biotech PharmaMar selected Medidata's ($MDSO) Clinical Cloud to support trials of marine-based oncology drugs. Release

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