Appistry Media Coverage
R&D Magazine - February 14 2014
In this opinion piece, Michael Groner, VP engineering and chief architect, and Trevor Heritage, VP of corporate development and strategy, explain that the barriers to precision medicine aren’t technological, but logistical—connecting currently siloed capabilities to make genomic testing easier for physicians everywhere to implement..
Big data firm to help NIH’s Undiagnosed Disease Program commercialize its genetic analysis techniques
MedCity News - January 30 2014
Appistry CEO Kevin Haar and William Gahl, director the NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program, explain to Deanna Pogorelc discuss how scaling the NIH UDP diploid aligner pipeline will assist in identifying candidate genes that may be associated with rare diseases.
Appistry to Commercialize Informatics Pipeline, Provide Analysis Services for NIH's Rare Diseases Program
GenomeWeb - January 24 2014
Uduak Thomas interviews Appistry CEO Kevin Haar and William Gahl and Cornelius Boerkoel of the NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program about their partnership to commercialize the NIH UDP’s diploid aligner pipeline.
Bio-IT World - January 22 2014
Appistry CEO Kevin Haar and William Gahl, director the NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program, spoke to Allison Proffitt about the joint effort to develop and deliver a pipeline that considers family genetics to determine the potential cause of rare diseases.
Bio-IT World - December 12 2013
Bio-IT World interviews Appistry’s Trevor Heritage about the addition of ContEst to the Cancer Genome Analysis Suite.
Nature Methods - September 27 2013
Ayrris™ and Appistry’s relationship with the Broad Institute are discussed in this technology feature by Vivien Marx, which reviews how cloud computing is aiding research and clinical labs.
St. Louis Business Journal - January 21 2013
St. Louis cloud computing company Appistry is making more inroads into the genomics research and personalized medicine market.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - November 6 2012
Appistry is profiled by David Nicklaus of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, exploring the history of Appistry, its place in the St. Louis bio-science industry, and the its direction for the future.
Startup America Partnership - May 1 2012
In an increasingly digital world, today's enterprise faces a choice: capture, store, manipulate and analyze this torrent of digital information; or get passed by those that do.
Gigaom - April 4 2012
Hadoop might well be the platform of choice for large web and commercial applications indeed, it's where most of those companies' big data investments are going but it has its limitations.