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

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  • Editors' Choice Award: AstraZeneca
  • (Nominated by BioWisdom): Safety Intelligence Program.

    The following entries received honorable mentions:

    • AstraZeneca nominated by Medidata Solutions
    • Pathworks Diagnostics nominated by Univa UD
    • Genentech nominated by Dolcera
    • AstraZeneca nominated by Thermo Fisher Scientific
    • CEA (Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique) nominated by Bio-Modeling Systems

    Criteria and Judging
    Awards finalists and winners were selected for their innovative utilization of bio-IT, including life science equipment, informatics and information technology, on a project or organizational level to achieve significantly improved results (i.e. improvements in productivity or conceptual breakthroughs in scientific understanding or process methodology). The peer review judges applied several criteria to make their decisions, such as innovation, significance, and industry impact. Entries were accepted from R&D and scientific facilities and labs in pharmaceutical companies, biotech companies, academia, government, medical or related institutions and organizations, as well as public and private research labs. For information on Bio-IT World's 2009 Best Practices Awards, please email marketing_chmg@chimediagroup.com. The July/August issue of Bio-IT World will feature editorial on Best Practices, highlighting award winners, profiling entrants, event coverage and the enabling technologies used by the many companies.

    The 2009 Best Practices Awards were organized by Bio-IT World editors, including Managing Editor Allison Byrum Proffitt, Editor-in- Chief Kevin Davies, and key marketing & operations staff members of Cambridge Healthtech Media Group, a division of CHI. Joining the editors in judging the
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