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SEMA4 PRESS RELEASE | 06.01.17

Introducing Sema4: A Spinout Company of the Mount Sinai Health System

“Sema4 is an interdisciplinary health information company that is committed to providing open access to data and creating practical tools that help patients, clinicians, and researchers better predict health trajectories…”
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XCONOMY | 06.01.17

Sema4, Eric Schadt’s Genomics Startup, Spins Out of Sinai to Raise Cash

“Eric Schadt has been incubating a genomic data project within the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai for more than five years. Today, the product of that work, a startup called Sema4, has formally left the nest…”
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SEMA4 VIDEO | 03.15.17

Sema4: Informing Your Health Today, Tomorrow, Together

“We have been able to demonstrate that by aggregating information, we can uncover new causes of diabetes and new subtypes in personalized cancer therapy…”
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MOUNT SINAI PRESS RELEASE | 03.13.17

Mount Sinai Researchers Publish Results of First-of-Its-Kind iPhone Asthma Study

“The Asthma Mobile Health study represents the coming together of academia and industry to benefit from the ubiquity of smartphones and harness the power of citizen-science to modernize the clinical research process…”
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HUFFINGTON POST | 02.01.17

How Big Data Could Transform the Health Care Industry

“Data scientist Dr. Eric Schadt is on a mission to revolutionize health care. Leveraging the power of new technologies and mobile devices, he thinks the healthcare industry can be transformed the way Uber and AirBnB transformed the taxi and hotel industries…”
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WIRED | 10.19.16

The Cure for Cancer Is Data – Mountains of Data

“The hope is that, ultimately, these increasingly sophisticated, increasingly patient-friendly tests will be so comprehensive that a patient’s microbiome can be regularly sequenced…”
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NATURE | 03.21.16

Mobile Phone Health Apps Deliver Data Bounty

“Smartphone apps developed by academics, pharmaceutical companies and technology giants are making possible large studies that collect real-time data on people’s location, environment and health…”
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