GraphConnect 2022: 10 Sessions You Don’t Want to Miss

Here are 10 highly-anticipated GraphConnect 2022 presentations (among 130+ sessions) that you don’t want to miss.

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GeneWeaver: Building a Graph to Map Variants to Genes Using Neo4j 4.x and Bulk Import

Discover how Jackson Laboratory built a graph database to map variants to genes using Neo4j 4.x and the bulk import feature.

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Doctor.ai, a Voice Chatbot for Healthcare, Powered by Neo4j and AWS

A vast amount of relation-rich medical data is stored in graph databases on the cloud and processed by machine learning.

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This Week in Neo4j – Start Your Graph

Check out what’s new this week in Neo4j, including social recommendations with Slack data and virtual voice assistant for healthcare.

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Combating Antibiotic Resistance: The Medical Climate Crisis

To combat antibiotic resistance, Roland Haas uses a knowledge graph to offer patients the right antibiotic for the right diagnosis at the right dosage.

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This Week in Neo4j – Health Care & Life Sciences Workshop, Cloudflare Workers, Apache Hop, and More

Check out what’s new this week in Neo4j, including health care & life sciences workshop, Cloudflare workers, Apache Hop and more.

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Improving Patient Outcomes with Graph Algorithms

Learn about how AstraZeneca visualized patient journeys, answered important questions about prescriptions and diagnoses, and improved patient outcomes.

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#GraphCast: Graphs Connecting COVID-19 Research

Check out this week’s #GraphCast, featuring Alicia Frame being interviewed in TechRepublic on how Neo4j helps power drug discovery research for COVID-19.

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GraphConnect 2020 Agenda: Everything You Need to Know

The health and safety of our community, partners and employees are of the utmost importance to Neo4j. After monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely, we have decided to postpone GraphConnect 2020 in New York City to 2021. We are actively scoping… Read more →

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Connecting Healthcare

Learn about connecting healthcare data, including its challenges and how graph databases might be able to help solve healthcare’s wicked problems.

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Graph Theory Takes on the Opioid Epidemic

Delve into how graph databases offer value to a variety of use cases, particularly health care and – more recently – the opioid epidemic.

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Not Everyone Is a Data Scientist: 5-Minute Interview with Sony Green

In this week’s five-minute interview (conducted at GraphTour SF 2019), we discuss how Sony Green and his team use Neo4j with GraphXR.

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How Real-Time Recommendations Increase Revenues, Optimize Margins and Delight Customers [Infographic]

“You may also like” sounds simple, but there’s a lot happening behind the scenes. Real-time recommendations work best when they take into account both the user’s needs (what is of interest to them) and your business strategy (items you need… Read more →

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Neo4j Life Sciences & Healthcare Workshop – Proceedings from Berlin

Often invisible to the people outside of the field, life science researchers have been quietly embracing graph databases instead of the traditional triple and relational stores. On June 21, we invited a group of life science and healthcare researchers and… Read more →

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My Neo4j Summer Road Trip to the World of Healthcare [Part 4]

Part 4: Create Relationships with FuzzyWuzzy Welcome back to my adventure to the world of healthcare! In the past three blog posts, I have discussed the data model of the healthcare graph, loading XML data into Neo4j and cleaning CSV… Read more →

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My Neo4j Summer Road Trip to the World of Healthcare [Part 3]

Part 3: Cleaning CSV Files in Bash Hi friends and welcome back to my summer road trip through the world of healthcare. For those who are new to my adventure, this is the third part of the blog series. Catch… Read more →

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Introducing the Neo4j Ambassador Program

Potentially the best thing about working on the Neo4j team is getting to experience the passion and excitement of our remarkable community. Don’t get me wrong – sitting in the park with Emil and his adorable one-year-old daughter during a… Read more →

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My Neo4j Summer Road Trip to the World of Healthcare [Part 2]

Part 2: Visualize XML Files in Neo4j with APOC   Welcome back to my Neo4j summer adventure. In my previous post, I gathered all the available data and explored how to model the data into a healthcare graph. Starting with… Read more →

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