IndyStar: $30M gift to IU Med could change how blood cancers are treated

If you’ve wondered what Don Brown, Founder and CEO of LifeOmic has been thinking regarding precision medicine these days, look no further than his recent $30 million donation to the Indiana University School of Medicine.

IndyStar reports, “Dr. Donald Brown, a 1985 IU med school graduate and founder of Interactive Intelligence, said he made the gift, the largest the medical school has received from an alumnus, to bolster the institution’s already strong research program in an area that has long interested him.”

The LifeOmic Precision Medicine Portal takes a further step towards the promise of personalized medicine with a game-changing cloud-based healthcare solution that’s built to store and manage complex biomedical information —  from whole genome sequences to large-scale data sets that include proteomics, metabolomics, transcriptomics, and others that have yet to be either discovered or effectively described and articulated.

We encourage you to read the level of commitment Don and LifeOmic are taking to the Precision Medicine Initiative…