CEO, Omics Data Automation
Before starting Omics Data Automation, Gans was the chief architect of several generations of multi-core Xeon processors (2001 – 2013) starting with the first multicore server which resulted in more than 92% server market share for Intel. Starting 2014, he focused on Genomics and Precision Medicine driven by “Big Data”. As Director of the Precision Medicine group at Intel, he led the “Collaborative Cancer Cloud” a federated cloud platform for cancer research, collaborating with OHSU (Oregon Health Science University, OR), Broad Institute, ISTC@MIT and various Cancer medical centers including Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and OICR (Ontario Institute for Cancer Research) in Toronto. He also led Heterogeneous computing group and three Intel collaborations with academic centers at UC Berkeley, Technion Israel and UCLA in this area.
AI and Data Science Showcase: Omics Data Automation
ODA makes tools that aggregate data from EHR, omics and imaging to provide analytics that improve patient outcomes, reduce cost and expand access.
Breaking Silos For Better Care
We explore breaking barriers between EHR, Omics and Imaging for evidence-based PM practice; how clinics could significantly reduce costs involved for widespread adoption and scale up PM practice and knowledge creation using AI and Causal models using their own data.