Today on the CLL Society website, we share an interview with another researcher from Ohio State University, Dr. Philip Payne, where we discussed biomedical informatics and Big Data in CLL.
WAIT, WAIT, don’t skip this one! I promise you’ll find it interesting and you won’t fall asleep.
Dr. Payne and I met at the CRC (CLL Research Consortium) Scientific Meeting in San Diego in April 2015. Please take a look here to see the interview and important information about what they are doing with all those extra tubes of blood they take when you visit the clinic.
Getting out our first newsletter was pretty exciting and we are already putting together the next issue scheduled to be sent out by the end of the year. If you haven’t had a chance to peruse it, you can access it here.
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Save the date: We are planning a post-ASH patient education forum and CLL Society LA support group launch in conjunction with City of Hope on Dec. 12, 2015. More details to follow.
We are all this together
Volunteer Medical Director of the CLL Society