“Translational bioinformatics (TBI) is a relatively young discipline that spans a wide spectrum from data to diagnostics and therapeutics. TBI involves applying novel methods to the storage, analysis, and interpretation of a massive volume of omics data, and it bridges the gap between bench research and real-world application to human…
Translational Bioinformatics : Past, Present, and Future
Monitoring and modeling biomedical, health care and wellness data from individuals and converging data on a population scale have tremendous potential to improve understanding of the transition to the healthy state of human physiology to disease setting.
Clinical Genomics is the title of an interesting book that was published recently at Elsevier, life-science collection. The book is focused on next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies and their applications in clinical genomics. Publisher web page: Link
A recent interesting article published by Qing Yan in the journal of Methods in Molecular Biology has discussed the use of bioinformatics and health informatics methods to provide powerful decision support in clinical and scientific environments.