Syapse Selected to Present at Health 2.0 Annual Conference

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SyapseJonathan Hirsch, 650-924-1461

Syapse, the leader in software for bringing omics into routine medical use, has been selected to present at the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference. Syapse will present a new product that enables clinical omics labs to easily assemble and deliver interactive test reports to physicians during the “Frontier of Health 2.0” session.

The Seventh Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference will take place on September 29 to October 2, 2013 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Syapse will be presenting on Wednesday, October 2 at 3:30pm in the Mission City Ballroom. Please see the Health 2.0 website for more details and tickets: .

Syapse is disrupting health care by bringing omics into routine medical use. Built on a powerful cloud-based semantic computing platform, Syapse applications enable the generation and use of omics profiles in diagnosing and treating patients at diagnostic companies, research institutions, medical centers, and payers. Led by an experienced, multidisciplinary team of entrepreneurs, software developers, and scientists, Syapse was founded at Stanford University and is backed by The Social+Capital Partnership. For more information, please see .

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