BioWorld: Biovista lands new backing for AI-driven personalized medicine ‘Prodigy’

August 15, 2017Media coverage

Article By Michael Fitzhug, Staff Writer BioWorld, Monday, August 14, 2017 Drug repositioning specialist Biovista Inc. has tapped Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (HPE) to add greater computing power to Project Prodigy, a personalized medicine platform that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to help doctors identify novel drugs for hard-to-treat patients. HPE, a spin-off of HP Inc. … Read More

Biovista expands Project Prodigy collaborations in personalized medicine

August 11, 2017Press Releases

Biovista and Hewlett Packard Enterprise to collaborate on next generation AI and Big Data Analytics to advance real-world personalized medicine at community hospital settings. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Aug. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Biovista announced today that it is collaborating with HPE to advance Biovista’s Project Prodigy Big Data AI healthcare platform applied in the personalized medicine … Read More

Sarah Bush Lincoln to Use Biovista’s Project Prodigy Artificial Intelligence Engine to Identify and Validate New Therapeutic Options for Further Research

January 19, 2017Press Releases

Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) January 19, 2017 Sarah Bush Lincoln (SBL), a hospital and health care organization that is home to more than 300,000 provider office visits per year, and Biovista announced today that they will be working together to validate novel therapeutic options generated in the real-world practice of a hospital and health center, using … Read More

Biovista announces strong preclinical results for two drugs targeting Niemann-Pick Disease Type A

January 12, 2017Press Releases

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Jan. 12, 2017 – Biovista Inc. today announced that two drugs targeting Niemann-Pick Disease Type A (NPA), have shown strong positive results in the Acid Sphingomyelinase ASM knock-out (ASMKO) mouse model. Both repositioning candidates (BVA-901A and BVA-901B) tested by the laboratory of Dr. M.D. Ledesma at the Madrid Center for Molecular Biology … Read More