This is proposed as part of a symposia focused on Clinical Pharmacology in the Era of Big Data. This session will provide an overview for the audience on how big data, ranging from -omics to data generated from wearables and other outpatient sampling technologies to electronic medical records, is currently being used to transform drug discovery, development, and utilization.
Discuss how different high throughput technologies (e.g., -omics, imaging) have led to the creation of large and diverse datasets for drug discovery, development, and utilization
Discuss how real-world data and data from digital health technologies are being used drug discovery, development, and utilization
Highlight challenges and opportunities in translating big data to improve healthcare