We’re partnering in an exciting new collaboration with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Microsoft to analyze and store half a petabyte of pediatric cancer genomic data. This collaboration will accelerate discoveries and treatments to cure pediatric cancer and other rare diseases by giving researchers and clinicians the ability to collaborate globally and enabling the rapid generation and analysis of genomic data.
DNAnexus, deployed on Microsoft Azure, provides a secure and agile ecosystem in the cloud while simultaneously eliminating security, storage and speed limitations – all of which will enable St. Jude researchers to focus on complex problems on a collaborative, global scale.
DNAnexus’ strength comes from its agile co-development process. We partner with our customers to solve new big data problems that are continuously evolving. Our team works closely with the St. Jude and Microsoft teams to determine the specific requirements and translated it into tailored solutions. From kick-off meeting to production deployment, its a seamless process that helps our customers and collaborators achieve their goals, no matter how ambitious.
With our secure, cloud-based infrastructure and complimentary tools, researchers will be able to integrate a multitude of disparate datasets, develop their own tools, and collaborate in a secure environment enhancing the sharing of data and accelerate discoveries.
You can read more on how we’ve joined forces to fuel scientific discovery in a joint press release from St. Jude here and Microsoft has written a great blog post where you can learn more about Microsoft Genomics Service and the partnership.
We’ll be at this year’s HIMSS 2018 Conference and available at Microsoft’s booth #3832 in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 5th – March 9th, as part of the larger Microsoft patient journey providing solutions in enabling more precise treatment and better patient outcomes.
Visit us at Microsoft booth #3832 and schedule a meeting with our team – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.