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Dr. Andrew Conrad J.

Head of Life Sciences

Google Inc

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Google's innovative search technologies connect millions of people around the world with information every day. Founded in 1998 by Stanford Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google today is a top web property in all major global markets. Google's ... more

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What’s Next for Google in Diabetes? New CEO Dr. Andy Conrad Provides a Glimpse

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Our team - how lucky we are! - just attended the 2015 Texas FreshAIR biotech conference, where we heard from Google Life Sciences CEO Dr. Andy Conrad on all things Google, including the company's effort to improve healthcare through new sensors and better data analytics.

The Atlantic paid a visit to ...

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The Atlantic paid a visit to Google's medical sciences lab to speak with Google X Project Manager Andrew Conrad to discuss the team's work on a wristband that utilizes nanoparticles to detect the early presence of cancer cells in the wearer's blood. As part of the early testing process, Google has developed a sort of synthetic skin.

Andrew Conrad, the head of Google's Life Sciences department, also has a good response to those who might object that it's weird having nanoparticles floating through your body constantly tracking you. "It's way weirder," says Conrad, "to have cancer cells floating through your body that are constantly trying to kill you."

Google X research lab's life sciences ...

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Google X research lab's life sciences department head Andrew Conrad, revealed last Tuesday morning about the said project at a Southern California conference. Conrad stated that google is trying to develop nanoparticles, which are particles one billionth of 1 meter in overall width.

Conrad added that because the particle's core is magnetic, they can call them anytime and anywhere, indicating that a wearable device can gather the particles in superficial veins located in the wrist area. He added that these particles can go out and communicate to find out if it found cancer molecules or other diseases.
Many experts see Google's attempt in developing such pills with said technological microscopic particles a great step in helping many urgent care clinics in determining patient conditions accurately, and proper care would be provided immediately.
Google's "Nanoparticle Platform," is a project that is just a part of the company's wider effort in developing new technologies that are capable of greatly improving health care. Conrad said that the company's goal is to face big problems and try to find new and clever solutions. He added that the company envisions inverting the paradigm of traditional medicine, which currently is reactive and episodic. The company aims to evolve the paradigm of every urgent care clinic or any medical facility to be proactive and cumulative.
Conrad sees it as using "gizmos" that monitors the health of individuals in new and advanced ways which lessens the need and scare of emergency search of urgent care near me through prevention and early detection.
Andrew Conrad also stated that a good number of evidence shows that these particles are very safe and are used already in some medicines that are available today. He added that such technology is also used in contrast agents that are used in today's magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tests. He also explained that these microscopic particles could be programed to send details over the internet to a doctor so doctors could monitor the health of their patients more consistently.

Google signs on Harvard doc to lead bioinformatics study - New Lori A Carr

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"Every test you ever go to the doctor for will be done through this system," Andrew Conrad, head of the Life Sciences team at the Google X research lab, told the WSJ at the time.

"We're committed to developing new ...

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"We're committed to developing new technologies that will help move health care from reactive to proactive," Andrew Conrad, head of Google's life sciences division, said in a statement.

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