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Bio-IT World Announces the Winners of its 2009 Best Practices Awards Program
Date:4/30/2009

Bio-IT World magazine today announced the winners of its fifth Best Practices Awards program. Grand Prize winners within eight life sciences awards categories include Abbott Laboratories, Amgen, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Genedata, Genentech, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck & Co., the National Center for Genome Resources, Vanderbilt University, and Wyeth Research.

Needham, Mass (PRWEB) April 29, 2009 -- Bio-IT World magazine today announced the winners of its fifth Best Practices Awards program. Grand Prize winners within eight life sciences awards categories include Abbott Laboratories, Amgen, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Genedata, Genentech, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck & Co., the National Center for Genome Resources, Vanderbilt University, and Wyeth Research.

Established in 2003, Bio-IT World's Best Practices Awards Program recognizes these organizations for their outstanding innovations and excellence in the use of technologies, practices, and novel business strategies that will advance drug discovery, development, biomedical research, and clinical trials. The competition's first Judges' Prize goes to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for their Pediatric Knowledgebase and the recipient of the Editors' Choice Award is AstraZeneca, nominated by BioWisdom, for their Safety Intelligence Program.

Bio-IT World's Best Practices Awards ceremony was held last night at the World Trade Center in Boston, Mass., co-located with CHI's Seventh Annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo. Key industry leaders attended the ceremony, which featured a keynote speech by Michael Cariaso, senior scientific consultant, BioTeam, on "Technology Without Borders: Teaching Programming and Internet Skills in Rural Southeast Asia."

Phillips Kuhl, co-founder and president of Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI), started the evening with welcoming comments and in
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