Flywheel Exchange LLC, the collaborative science platform company, has entered into an agreement with Brain Vision, LLC to develop and sell data management for the neurophysiological research community. This solution will be the world’s first web-based automatic data capture from an electroencephalography (EEG) recording software to a central, cloud-scale database.
Flywheel, the collaborative science software company, announces the implementation of the Flywheel Center Edition at Columbia University. The system was designed for use by Columbia’s neuroscience community and their collaborators around the world, and will provide the foundation for a new paradigm in imaging research that brings together different expertise and disciplines.
The Concierge Medicine Forum held this week in Atlanta will feature an expert on pharmacogenomics from OneOme, a leading precision medicine company. Ryan Gregg, Ph.D, medical science liaison from OneOme, will present a session on pharmacogenomics on Friday, October 27, at 11:05 a.m. at the Forsyth Conference Center in Cumming, Georgia. Pharmacogenomics is an emerging field that identifies how a patient’s unique DNA and current medications may affect their response to medications.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – July 11, 2016 – Flywheel, the scientific research software development company, announced the launch of its latest software release, Cayman, which the company recently showcased at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping’s Annual Meeting June 24-30, 2016.
MINNEAPOLIS, March 17, 2016 /PR Newswire/ – Flywheel, a scientific research software development company, announced that it has entered an agreement with Stanford University’s Vision Imaging Science and Technology (VISTA) Lab, led by Professor Brian Wandell, to further enhance the Flywheel research platform.