HARMONY will be attending the 46th European Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (EBMT) meeting in Madrid (March 22–25, 2020), where we will be delivering a special session.
Enabling better and faster treatment for patients with Hematological Malignancies by using Big Data analytics
The HARMONY Alliance is a European public–private partnership that is capturing and mining Big Data on seven different hematologic malignancies with the aim of accelerating the development of more effective treatments. The information is stored in HARMONY’s Big Data Platform, which now contains more than 45 000 anonymized patient records, making it one of the largest databases of its kind. Leading research teams are currently using this wealth of information to answer critical questions about hematologic malignancies that cannot be addressed with other methods.
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Our symposium will be held in room N117 from 09:00–10:30 on March 25, where we will be presenting about the HARMONY Big Data Platform and our current research projects.
Join us at this interactive session and share your views on how we can enable better and faster treatment for patients with hematological malignancies; or contact us if you would like to arrange a direct meeting.
We will also be located at the HARMONY exhibition (booth number 26). Meet us there to learn how you can become involved with HARMONY and its projects!
EBMT connects scientific and clinical professionals across the globe working in the field of clinical bone marrow transplantation and cellular therapy. Its annual meeting provides a platform for the exchange of expertise in these treatment areas. Click here to visit the official EBMT congress website.
See what other meetings HARMONY is holding and attending by visiting our meetings page.
Read about our ongoing and upcoming research projects.
Become involved with HARMONY today! Contact us to find out how you can participate in ongoing and future research initiatives.
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