OMICS DATA AUTOMATION

Automating Precision Medicine.

ALL IN A DAY

Patients facing molecular diseases such as cancer and other genetic disorders benefit from precision treatments.
Advances in clinical imaging, high throughput sequencing, and machine learning will soon enable doctors/clinicians to create a precision medicine regime.

“All in a Day”

We are founded by
doctors, engineers,
and computational
biologists.

Meet The Team

ODA focuses on precision medicine and related services, in particular big data aggregation of various data types ranging from sequencing to tissue images to MRI and various imaging modalities, automation and knowledge creation through machine learning for clinical and research areas.

At ODA we develop infrastructure for aggregating and analyzing multidimensional data to enable our customers to build knowledge and enable precision medicine, while keeping the total cost of operation (TCO) as low as possible.

Our Vision

All In A Day 2050 2020

“In 2050, Atossa will arrive at her breast oncologist’s clinic with a thumb-size flash drive containing the entire sequence of her cancer’s genome, identifying every mutation in every gene. The mutations will be organized into key pathways. An algorithm might identify the pathways that are contributing to the growth and survival of her cancer. Therapies will be targeted against these pathways to prevent a relapse of the tumor after surgery.”

The Emperor Of All Maladies, Siddhartha Mukherjee*

Develop
Develop a Precision
Medicine
Regime
Research
Diagnose Identify
Targets Create
Knowledge
DNA
Patient
Data
Processed

Our Mission

Imaging, omics, and other medical data is generated by patients. It is then aggregated, annotated, indexed, stored, and analyzed via the ODA framework

Need

Aggregating big heterogeneous clinical data to enable precision medicine: Advances in clinical imaging, high throughput sequencing, and data science have created a big market demand (estimated to reach $12B by 2020) for scalable and efficient computational infrastructure that will support creating accelerated, personalized solutions for cancer and other diseases (MS, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, psychiatric disorders, etc.). Precision medicine (PM) clinics, cancer centers, and hospitals will need systems to integrate multiple data modalities for a fast growing number of patients in order to use applications that are optimized for PM practice

Solution

Next-generation scalable data infrastructure with low total cost of operation. Omics Data Automation, Inc. (ODA) develops infrastructure for aggregating multidimensional data to enable our customers to build and scale up their PM/clinical practice while keeping the total cost of operation (TCO) as low as possible. ODA has determined a well-defined target for TCO: $100-$500/patient for compute and storage for 10 years

Past Relevant
Publications

  • HPC Infrastructure for Genomic Workloads
  • Infrastructure for Deploying GATK Best Practices Pipeline
  • Intel shares more details about its cancer cloud
  • A better way to treat cancer
  • Broad, Intel Announce Speed Improvements to GATK Powered by Intel Optimizations
  • Broad Institute, Intel work together to develop tools to accelerate biomedical research
  • Accelerate Genomics Research with the Broad-Intel Genomics Stack

Our Address

12655 SW Beaverdam Road,
Beaverton, OR 97005
info@omicsautomation.com