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BIO-IT World Announces the Winners of its 2010 Best Practices Awards Program
Date:4/23/2010

of entrants and that the quality was so remarkably high across all the categories. It made the judges' task all the harder this year, but they seemed to enjoy it," said Kevin Davies, editor in chief of Bio-IT World.

"This year's winners include some truly outstanding and innovative examples of new technology and collaboration, and we're delighted that we've been able to recognize some compelling examples of open-source initiatives and innovation in areas such as virtual conferencing that suggest new ways of sharing knowledge and data."

A peer-review panel of 15 expert judges reviewed a record 74 detailed submissions from organizations ranging from large pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, academic institutions, to niche service providers, detailing best practices in one of six categories. Allison Proffitt, managing editor of Bio-IT World; Grant Stephen, CEO, Tessella; Ron Ranauro, CEO, GenomeQuest; Phillips Kuhl; and Kevin Davies presented the Grand Prize trophies to the following organizations within these categories:

 
  • Research & Discovery: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Identifying Drug Effects via Pathway Alterations using an Integer Linear Programming Optimization Formulation on Phosphoproteomic Data
  • Clinical Trials: FDA
  • Common Table of Contents: allows FDA reviewers to review eCTD submissions for technical accuracy
    (nominated by GlobalSubmit)
  • IT & Informatics: The Scripps Research Institute
  • Procurement Transformation: an online marketplace that allows researchers to acquire the supplies they need much faster and at a lower cost.
    (nominated by SciQ
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