Sidra Medicine and Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) will jointly host the 5th Qatar - Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Q-PEM) Conference 2021 from 15th to 17th January 2021. The annual conference is being held virtually this year.
The commonly used relative risk to report the results of clinical trials may not even be interpretable as a measure of effect, according to a team of researchers led by Dr Suhail Doi, head, Department of Population Medicine at Qatar University (QU) College of Medicine.
Qatar is in a position to translate the efforts in precision medicine for the last five years into clinical implementation, noted experts at a panel discussion on *Precision Medicine – One size doesn’t fit all, on the first day of WISH 2020.
A white paper on precision medicine by Economist Intelligence Unit on various pathways of diagnosis, treatment and drugs development and sponsored by Qatar Foundation (QF) will be launched Sunday ...
Sidra Medicine has opened registrations for its virtual Precision Medicine and Functional Genomics Symposium (PMFG), to be held online from December 5 to 7.
The College of Health and Life Sciences (CHLS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) recently organised a symposium on the use of single-cell genomics in precision medicine. 'Single-Cell Genomics in Precision Medicine' highlighted various single-cell aspects by genomic tools and explored potential
Britain's Oxford University said today it would study whether the world's best-selling prescription medicine, adalimumab, was an effective treatment for Covid-19 patients, the latest effort to repurpose existing drugs as potential coronavirus therapies.
Dr Moza al-Hail, executive director of the Pharmacy Department at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), has confirmed that the drug delivery service launched by HMC in mid-April for all patients ...
A Chinese woman infected with the new coronavirus showed a dramatic improvement after she was treated with a cocktail of anti-virals used to treat flu and HIV, Thailand's health ministry said Sunday.
Millions of records belonging to patients worldwide, including X-Rays, mammograms and MRI scans, were long freely accessible online without basic security measures, German authorities said Tuesday ...