Three videos that will change the way you think about genomics

Natasha Cowan|19th February 2018

We have sourced three short videos, which illustrate the innovations transforming the healthcare sector in 2018. From CRISPR Cas9 to digital doppelgangers and the use of blockchain to protect patient’s genetic privacy, we’ve got your thirst for knowledge covered.

What it really looks like when CRISPR snips a strand of DNA

The CRISPR Cas9 gene-editing technique is an important breakthrough in the biotech world, but how does it actually work? Visual Science has developed an accurate 3D animation to demystify the cutting-edge tech and show you what DNA looks like when it’s being edited. 

 

How digital DNA could help you make better health choices

Imagine if you could know how a medication would impact your health before you put it in your body. Genomics researcher Jun Wang explains how he’s developing digital doppelgangers, which could change the way we think about health.

 

Genome on a Blockchain

Is blockchain another buzzword or could the tech help transform healthcare as we know it? Fortune speaks to the experts to learn how blockchain works and, in the accompanying article, describes how it can revolutionise drug development and ensure genetic privacy, all while making customers crypto-money.  

 

Precision medicine from concept to clinic

Blue Latitude Health|23rd May 2019

In our latest edition of ‘Perspective’ magazine, we examine the challenges and opportunities for several stakeholders impacted by the dawn of precision medicine

 

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Blueprint for healthcare: Brand strategy and planning

Natasha Cowan, Zoe Bartley, Jiayi Chen|21st May 2019

This Blueprint for healthcare: brand strategy and planning pack contains two new tools for developing a stakeholder-centric brand, that patients and their HCP's want and need 

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Empowering the MS patient through shared decision making

Guest Blogger|25th April 2019

Patient advocate Trishna Bharadia explains why shared decision making is crucial for ensuring multiple sclerosis patients feel heard and empowered

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