A few weeks ago the 2014 AMIA Translational Bioinformatics Meeting (TBI) was held in beautiful San Francisco. This meeting is full of great science that spans the divide between molecular and clinical research, but a true highlight of this meeting is the closing keynote, traditionally given by Russ Altman. Each year, he highlights the most exciting articles/publications in translational bioinformatics, and presents them all in a tidy, entertaining talk. You can find his blog here, along with a link to his slide deck.
To make accessing the papers a bit easier, here is a list of links.
Genetic Basis of Disease:
Coherent Functional Modules Improve Transcription Factor Target Identification and Disease Association
Emerging Data Sources:
The Scientific Process:
Odds & Ends: