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2018 GTC San Jose
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S8386 - Identifying New Therapeutics for Parkinson's Disease Using Virtual Neurons on an Azure Hosted GPU Cluster

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Learn how to apply recent advances in GPU and open data to unravel the mysteries of biology and etiology of disease. Our team has built data driven simulated neurons using CUDA and open data, and are using this platform to identify new therapeutics for Parkinson's disease with funding from the Michael J. Fox Foundation. In this session I'll discuss the open data which enables our approach, and how we are using Nvidia Tesla cards on Microsoft Azure to dynamically scale to more than 100,000 GPU cores while managing technology costs.


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Medical Imaging and Radiology, Pathology
Healthcare & Life Sciences
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25 minutes
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