RAIR Health Limited today announces that it has extended its non-exclusive data license agreement with University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust giving RAIR access to anonymised patient data for an additional 2 year period.
RAIR Health Limited today announces it has joined the PathLAKE consortium as an Associate Member. RAIR’s expertise in the application of AI-driven biomedical knowledge systems and feature extraction is expected to help PathLAKE apply AI to real-world data and to improve patient outcomes.
RAIR Health Limited today released RKG.v3, its third-generation knowledge tool that adds tissue and cell type associations to its existing collection of proteins, genes, transcripts, SNPs, diseases and drugs. bThe addition of cellular associations enables researchers to visualise and examine each of these within the refined context of a specific cell or tissue.
RAIR Health Limited, announces the launch of RAIR Knowledge Graph, connecting human proteins, genes, pathways, SNPs and drugs, related to ophthalmic diseases. RAIR’s new data science tool gives researchers an unparalleled opportunity to use state-of-the-art AI to discover, interact and draw insight from a vast store of structured and unstructured life science knowledge.
RAIR Health Limited announces that it has received a favourable ethical opinion for its ophthalmology research database, from a Health Research Authority, Research Ethics Committee.
Rair Health announces that it has signed a non-exclusive data license agreement with University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust giving RAIR access to anonymised patient data in the field of ophthalmology.
Rair Health Limited is delighted to announce the appointment of a highly experienced company director, Roy Davis, as Non Executive Chairman of the board.
Rair Health Limited announces that it has achieved BS EN ISO/IEC 27001:2017 ("ISO27001") certification.
Knowledge graphing’s ability to identify relationships between disparate data is perfectly suited to pharma’s complicated data structures and multiple sector disciplines which are fully understood by precisely nobody! But despite their potential, knowledge graphs are still rare outside large companies.
RAIR Health Limited announces it will be exhibiting at CogX, the global leadership summit and festival of AI & transformational technology, between June 14-16th.
RAIR Health Limited announces that it will be presenting at Biotech Showcase™ 2021, which runs from January 11–15.
RAIR Health Limited announces that it will be presenting at Biotech Showcase™ 2022, which runs from January 10–19.
RAIR Health Limited announces that it will be presenting at BioSeed 2022, the one-day pitching event for innovative early-stage life sciences companies, which runs from January 25-26.
The field of imageomics is evolving rapidly. RAIR has compiled a list of some of the best published papers detailing the exciting research being carried out in the application of image-based biomarkers for the diagnosis and management of ophthalmological and systemic diseases.
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