Yale: The Search for Cancer’s Causes and Cures

As a physician and software developer, Dr. Schulz manages the informatics related to next generation sequencing of cancer at the Yale Department of Laboratory Medicine. This talk will focus on how their team uses Elasticsearch to power their research database that is used by clinicians and researchers to identify novel causes of cancer, potential therapeutic targets, and determine if patients are eligible for clinical trials.

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As a physician and software developer, Dr. Schulz manages the informatics related to next generation sequencing of cancer at the Yale Department of Laboratory Medicine. This talk will focus on how their team uses Elasticsearch to power their research database that is used by clinicians and researchers to identify novel causes of cancer, potential therapeutic targets, and determine if patients are eligible for clinical trials.

Wade Schulz

Wade is a physician scientist in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at Yale University. Wade has been working in healthcare for over fifteen years and has over ten years of software development experience. His development experience includes work in bioinformatics, healthcare data management, and several other industries in academic and commercial settings. Wade's primary interest is to help providers and patients interpret complex clinical data, particularly from genomic and other molecular testing methods.