Future Extraordinaire

Ep 4B: From rare diseases to COVID-19: Charting the future of healthcare with genomics

October 30, 2020 Dell Technologies APJ
Future Extraordinaire
Ep 4B: From rare diseases to COVID-19: Charting the future of healthcare with genomics
Chapters
1:09
Towards effective software solutions for big biology
5:00
Value of bringing genome sequencing to patients or at the edge where it's happening
8:18
Study of mutation in human adult stem cells
11:18
This time In BizTech
14:16
Is there enough understanding of the STEM field? Is there fear of genomics?
17:27
How can we create a better future with genomics?
20:37
Driving social impact - Sustainability, data privacy, diversity
Future Extraordinaire
Ep 4B: From rare diseases to COVID-19: Charting the future of healthcare with genomics
Oct 30, 2020
Dell Technologies APJ

In our previous episode, Joep de Ligt, Lead Bioinformatics & Genomics from the Institute of Environmental Science and Research Limited, New Zealand, discussed the use of genetic fingerprint to track the spread of COVID-19. 

In part two of the podcast, Joep along with our co-hosts, Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) and Global Digital Cities, and Danny Elmarji, APJ Vice President of Presales, Dell Technologies, examine the role of technologies like containerization in biological researches and analysis; how genome sequencing at sites of Ebola and Zika outbreaks provides health intelligence; and how is the future better with genome technology.


01:09 – 04:38 Towards effective software solutions for big biology

05:00 - 08:18 Value of bringing genome sequencing to patients or at the edge where it’s happening 

08:18 – 11:03 Study of mutation in human adult stem cells

11:18 – 14:08 This time in BizTech 

14:16 – 17:27 Is there enough understanding of the STEM field? Is there fear of genomics?

17:27 – 20:02 How can we create a better future with genomics?

20:37 – 24:57 Driving social impact – Sustainability, data privacy, diversity

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In our previous episode, Joep de Ligt, Lead Bioinformatics & Genomics from the Institute of Environmental Science and Research Limited, New Zealand, discussed the use of genetic fingerprint to track the spread of COVID-19. 

In part two of the podcast, Joep along with our co-hosts, Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) and Global Digital Cities, and Danny Elmarji, APJ Vice President of Presales, Dell Technologies, examine the role of technologies like containerization in biological researches and analysis; how genome sequencing at sites of Ebola and Zika outbreaks provides health intelligence; and how is the future better with genome technology.


01:09 – 04:38 Towards effective software solutions for big biology

05:00 - 08:18 Value of bringing genome sequencing to patients or at the edge where it’s happening 

08:18 – 11:03 Study of mutation in human adult stem cells

11:18 – 14:08 This time in BizTech 

14:16 – 17:27 Is there enough understanding of the STEM field? Is there fear of genomics?

17:27 – 20:02 How can we create a better future with genomics?

20:37 – 24:57 Driving social impact – Sustainability, data privacy, diversity

Towards effective software solutions for big biology
Value of bringing genome sequencing to patients or at the edge where it's happening
Study of mutation in human adult stem cells
This time In BizTech
Is there enough understanding of the STEM field? Is there fear of genomics?
How can we create a better future with genomics?
Driving social impact - Sustainability, data privacy, diversity