Stanford University School of Medicine

Cohen Veterans Bioscience, Stanford University partner on PTSD

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Despite many years of pioneering work characterizing the brains, behavior, and physiology of individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the field of psychiatry lacks objective biological measures for understanding the many biological variations in people with the same clinical diagnosis of PTSD. This means that there are no reliable ways to determine who will benefit from which treatment. A new collaboration between Cohen Veterans Bioscience and Stanford University School of Medicine seeks to change this by studying clinical biomarkers as a way to help match patients to the best available treatment.

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Undiagnosed Diseases Network launches online application portal

Thursday, September 17, 2015

The Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN), a clinical research initiative of the National Institutes of Health, has opened an online patient application portal called the UDN Gateway. Introduction of this application system sets the stage for the network to advance its core mission: to diagnose patients who suffer from conditions that even skilled physicians have been unable to diagnose despite extensive clinical investigation. These diseases are difficult for doctors to diagnose because they are rarely seen, have not previously been described or are unrecognized forms of more common diseases.

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Bina Technologies expands scientific advisory board and commercial team

Friday, January 31, 2014

Bina Technologies, the genomic big data science company accelerating personalized medicine, has expanded its advisory board and commercial team. This announcement marks the latest in the company’s initiatives to significantly improve genomics data analysis workflows used in clinical research. Bina has expanded its scientific advisory board (SAB), adding four luminaries with experience in clinical genomics research. The company also has brought on two commercial team leaders, tapping into their combined 40+ years of experience driving revolutionary technologies into the genomics market.

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Study concludes Stretta is desirable GERD treatment

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

A newly published peer-review study that examines Stretta therapy is bringing renewed attention to this non-surgical procedure that has 10 years of patient data and recently earned The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) highest GRADE recommendation.

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