In this guest blog, Andrew Zimmer, Director of the Data Donation Platform within the Broad Institute Data Sciences Platform, recounts how his team came to support TestBoston, a collaborative project with Brigham and Women's Hospital that aims to monitor the infection rate of COVID-19 in Massachusetts over time.
In our work with biomedical data, we are fortunate to count many of the experts quoted in the article as friends and colleagues. We agree genomic data sharing is not yet living up to its promise, yet are optimistic about the emergence of new approaches and platforms.
In this guest blog post, Tiffany Miller describes an analysis project she undertook in Terra in collaboration with her colleague Mark Walker, in which they applied a metagenomic approach to identify viral insertion sites in human genome sequencing data [...]
In this guest blog post, Bo Li, Principal Investigator at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, explains how using Terra enabled his group to develop a new single-cell transcriptomic analysis framework, Cumulus, to serve the needs of the Immune Cell Atlas project. [...]