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About Natalia Jiménez Lozano


Director, Atos Life Sciences CoE, Distinguished Expert and member of the Scientific Community

Natalia has a MSc in Biochemistry and PhD in Molecular Biology. Working in life sciences and technology since 2012, following 14 years in bioinformatics research, Natalia’s contributions have already been profound and significant. Having pioneered the development and application of the Precision Medicine model and since seen her vision realised in frontline care, in 2020 she achieved her dream of opening the HPC, AI and Quantum Life Sciences Centre of Excellence in Cambridge. She has been instrumental in starting a new chapter for Atos, partners, and customers to accelerate innovation to improve health outcomes and wellbeing of people worldwide.

 




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Articles posted by Natalia Jiménez Lozano

Faster disease detection with Computer Vision

Technology advances are helping healthcare and life sciences companies to treat patients faster. But what about prevention? Is there a way to detect conditions before they become illness and design personalized interventions to avoid their onset? Apparently, yes, computer vision could be the answer!Computer vision technology was developed in 1968 and thanks to the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) and…

Accelerating the diagnosis of bowel disease using AI

Millions of people every year suffer from bowel disease; and while treatments are advancing, the process to diagnose these kinds of diseases can be very labor-intensive for specialist doctors. Now, using artificial intelligence (AI), we can dramatically accelerate processes, free-up precious clinician time, and aid faster accurate diagnosis. Given the inaccessibility of the bowel and the nature of…

The virtual human: digital avatars that are advancing healthcare

Human bodies are incredibly complex machines; and each is unique. There is no single medication, clinical device or lifestyle that will work for everybody. For this reason, as medical science and technologies advance, so too do clinicians’ abilities to offer their patients ever more personalized advice, treatment and care. Now, using powerful computing, it’s becoming possible…

Covid-19: in a race against the clock

We are in uncharted territory: the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are unfolding rapidly, with profound effects on bereaved families and on people's health and prosperity around the world. Yet while today’s events are unprecedented, so too are the capabilities of advanced computing to help human beings combat the disease. Time is now of the essence as agencies…

Changing the lives of people with inflammatory bowel disease

Among the most exciting things we do at Atos is to help accelerate cutting-edge research. A prime example of this has been work kicked off by a research team at the 2018 BioData Hackathon. This looks set to create a new way for people suffering from digestive-related health problems to monitor their own microbiome in order…

Precision medicine: the future of health

As science and technologies advance and demand continues to grow, healthcare systems have to evolve into a more sustainable model that maintains people’s wellness rather than just treating illness once it has occurred. Through a combination of proactive human interventions and decisions – supported and enabled by rich data and intelligence – that model will be more effective by being much…

The Patient Journey: How Healthcare is Revolutionizing in the Digital Age

The explosion of DNA analysis in medicine, supported by new technologies, is enabling a new healthcare model aimed at maintaining people’s fitness and wellbeing. Here I explore the impact of this on a particular individual – Alison - in our infographic below. Alison is a 30-year old British citizen concerned she may have…

Genomics, a cornerstone of precision medicine

Precision medicine aims to provide health professionals with the information they need to act as quickly as possible, with the most effective interventions. The gathering and analysis of general intelligence (biomedical, pharmacological, socio-economic...), as well as data that is specific to each individual (medical records, family history, sensor measurements...), should enable screening, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases to be refined…