The companies aim to develop technologies for interpreting cancer genome data, with a focus on linking genetic profiles with treatment responses.
The extended deal covers multiple blood cancer and solid tumor indications and will leverage several HalioDx technologies and approaches.
Microsoft is applying its Project Hanover AI to Jackson Laboratory's Clinical Knowledgebase to help tumor boards find appropriate therapies based on tumor mutations.
Promega's microsatellite instability technology will be used to develop an on-label, solid tumor companion diagnostic for pembrolizumab.
The Voyage study is designed to enroll more than 150,000 people and will follow participants for at least seven years.
In one of its partnerships, Gestalt will work to integrate Flagship Bioscience's machine learning tools to enable cancer biomarker detection.
Lantern will use its AI platforms and NCI's omics datasets to identify and validate predictive genomic signatures for drugs it is developing.
The companies will use their respective technologies to identify inhibitors of cancer-associated gene targets and optimize their use as therapeutics.
The companies will use Freenome's platform to identify cancer patients who are most likely to respond to treatment with ADC's loncastuximab tesirine.
The two companies will work together to bring the point-of-care pretreatment diagnostic based on the XDX-01 biomarker to market in 2020.