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Alice Rathjen
Works at DNA Guide, Inc.
Attended UC Davis, Stanford
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This amazing photo of Nepal was taken by my friend, Veronique De Jaegher.    She's working directly with Rajendra Panta (her last guide), to rebuild his village.    http://rajsvillagenepal.blogspot.com/
The picture above is from one of my seven treks in Nepal - such a beautiful country full of generous people. My last guide, Raj, had his entire village of 72 houses completely destroyed in the earthquake. Raj says they need $250 per family to get thru the entire monsoon season (June-Sept).
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“On the Pulse of Morning” by #MayaAngelou  set music from Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings” (video 6.3min) by Ellison Horne
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Great to see Fiona and DNA Digest taking off! 
Genetic research is still very expensive, and if one cannot reuse the data for further analysis, millions of dollars of public money will have gone to waste, harming most of all each and every individual waiting for a cure, while hindering the progre...
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Total Votes Received (as of 11/5 at 10:30 am) = 3800 Following rigorous scientific review, three projects have made it to the final round of voting. Now it's your turn to decide! Your VOTE will help determine which researcher will be awarded an extra $50,000 to seek answers for gender based differences in Alzheimer’s disease.  Voting is open to the public. Only one vote is allowed per participant per day during the duration of the aw...
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Just uploaded a new slideshare on how genetic data will cause health records to evolve into biological domains.  The new big data is the internet of human beings (as nodes on the network, not user accounts).  Consented data will replace "open data" as the new focus for patient centric research.
Describes how patient genetic data will cause health records to evolve into biological domains. Suggests genomes could disrupt current information flows on the
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Hi Trish,
Thanks for looking at this.    It's a complicated idea and hard to summarize in posts.  There's several ways this model could be deployed.      I'm working on a few paths.

I think the major researsh/ teaching hospitals would do well to consider biological domains for the portable portion of patient health records.    It's a powerful model and solves a lot of problems of consent, scale and data quality over time. Any entity can head in this direction unilaterally.   

Feel free to drop me a note if you have any other questions.

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A special project for http://dnapancreas.com
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The image above is a project for Saw Yu Wai, a GIS professional who was  diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last Thursday.   Her genome map http://dnapancreas.com  began the next day.  The indiegogo campaign started Monday.  How Fast Can We Map A Cancer Tumorhttp://igg.me/at/UId3eIZ7lhMShe provides a good case study on how patients can't wait for our health care system to evolve.    They'll find tools for mapping their own tumors and find people on...
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I/O Byte: Big genomic data on Google Cloud Platform
#iobytes   #io14   #cloud   #cloudplatform   #bigdata  

As the cost of DNA sequencing has dropped, the volume of data produced has risen into the petabytes. Google is working with the genomics community to define a standard API for working with big genomic data sets in the cloud. Building on Google Cloud Platform, we show how to store, process, explore and share genomic data using technologies like BigQuery, AppEngine MapReduce, R and more.
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Sites like this streaming the view from the space station are a true work of art.
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International Space Station HD Earth Viewing Experiment (video live stream) 
***QUICK NOTES ABOUT HDEV VIDEO*** Black Image = International Space Station (ISS) is on the night side of the Earth. Gray Image = Switching between cameras, or communications with the ISS is not available. No Audio = Normal. There is no audio on purpose. Add your own soundtrack. For a display of the real time ISS location plus the HDEV imagery, visit here: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/HDEV/ The High Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) experiment aboar...
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Themes at Davos seem to be privacy, big brother, and health IT - pointing toward human beings being nodes on the network.  I hope human autonomy and the right to self-organization gains a foothold.   Hard to know what model to support when it comes to biometrics and genetic data.
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Health 2.0 Lineup looks great as usual.   Top pick - Global perspective on Health 2.0 via  @Maneesh Juneja Health 2.0 London Chapter Lead @ManeeshJuneja
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Latest slideshare on preparing for the genomic data deluge of personalized medicine.

http://www.slideshare.net/dnatimes/dna-guide-genomemapping

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Genetic Testing, DNA Guide, Genome Mapping, Privacy, GIS, Personalized Medicine, Health IT, GIS, ESRI, Gene Patents, Big Data, Molecular Diagnostics, Alice Ra
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Founder, President DNA Guide Inc: http://www.dnaguide.com 

Tags:  Big Data, Biological Domains, Personal Genomics, Bioinformatics, Privacy, EMR, EHR, Patient Engagement, Personalized Medicine, Startup, Entrepreneur, DNA, Ted, Health 2.0 Launch,  SingularityU, Women 2.0, Stanford, Entrepreneur Personalized Medicine,  

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