NPR's Tom Gjelten; Big Data in Medical Research & Q Funding Update

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NPR Religion and Belief Correspondent Tom Gjelten is in town, and on The Sound of Ideas, we’ll bring him in studio to talk about the changing religious landscape in America, and learn about his seasoned career covering everything from labor issues to the Pentagon. Then, a look at how big data is used in medical research, and why efforts to create a Northeast Ohio biobank are in the works. Join us.

Guests: 

-Tom Gjelten, NPR Religion and Belief Correspondent

-Dana Crawford, PhD, Assistant Director of Population and Diversity Research, Institute for Computational Biology & Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Case Western Reserve University

-Nick Castele, Reporter, ideastream

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