Survive and Thrive: How Big Data Is Transforming Health Care
This comics journalism story was produced for Symbolia, in partnership with Pacific Standard, where you can read it online, in 3 parts. The story explores health quantification through the lens of Rutgers University Ph.D student Maria Qadri, her research in biomedical engineering and computational biology and molecular biophysics, and her personal use of health data as a Type-1 diabetic.
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"Survive and Thrive: How Big Data Is Transforming Health Care," for Symbolia, in partnership with Pacific Standard