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Evolution of academic–industry partnerships in cardiovascular research and development

The advent of ‘big data’ and modern analytics mandates a change of scale in every aspect of the biomedical enterprise. These forces are realigning academic medicine and traditional industrial partners, and also creating the context for an emerging new ecosystem for discovery, translation, care and implementation that promises to transform and integrate all these areas of endeavour.

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C.A.M. is funded by The Burroughs Wellcome Foundation, the NIH and by awards from the AHA, AstraZeneca, Quest Diagnostics and Verily Life Sciences.

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Correspondence to Calum A. MacRae.

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