Mayo Clin­ic launch­es clin­i­cal an­a­lyt­ics plat­form with nfer­ence; WuXi buys Ger­man plant from Bay­er

Mayo Clin­ic is open­ing up its sprawl­ing clin­i­cal data­base to nfer­ence, the Cam­bridge, MA-based AI start­up it’s long part­nered with and re­cent­ly backed in a $60 mil­lion round. The project aims to dig­i­tize 25 mil­lion tis­sue slides with­in the next 2 to 2.5 years, Fierce­Biotech re­port­ed, in ad­di­tion to an­no­tat­ing, link­ing and tag­ging writ­ten physi­cian notes. Af­ter sort­ing through the da­ta, nfer­ence will use the plat­form to iden­ti­fy new tar­gets and bio­mark­ers as well as ap­ply it in clin­i­cal tri­al re­cruit­ment and re­al-world ev­i­dence gen­er­a­tion.

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Life Sciences Senior Associate

General Catalyst

San Francisco, CA, USA