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Keynote Panel at Bio-IT World Expo to Feature Five Leaders in the Field of "Personal Genomics"
Date:3/31/2009

ase. We are thrilled with the caliber of this panel, and anticipate a fascinating, interactive and highly informative session."

Attendance at the keynote panel and keynote presentations is free (until April 17) for pre-registered delegates who sign up for an Exhibit Hall and Keynote pass. Please visit www.bio-itworldexpo.com and click on the Exhibit Hall and Keynote pass banner.

Keynote Highlights:

In addition to Clifford Reid, Bio-IT World welcomes two other distinguished keynote speakers:

On Monday, April 27, Chris Dagdigian, Founding Partner and Director of Technology, BioTeam, Inc., delivers the opening keynote.

On Tuesday, April 28, Eric E. Schadt, Ph.D., Executive Scientific Director, Genetics, Rosetta Inpharmatics/Merck Research Labs and Sage, discusses the latest advances in integrative genomics.

Session highlights at this year's event include:

Next-Generation Sequencing Data Management & Analysis
You'll get practical information about the analysis, assessment, design, implementation, testing, and support needed to bring a research organization from technology adoption to publication in the next-gen world. This session features guest speakers from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Broad Institute, and Complete Genomics.

High Performance Computing & Storage: Trends and Applications
What are your storage and computing strategies during these tough economic times? How are you efficiently managing cost reductions, maximizing efficiencies and maintaining quality? Join thought leaders in this day long workshop to examine high performance computing trends and applications. The morning will discuss various computing technologies including grid, cloud and next generation sequencing. The afternoon will discuss practical applications of computing technologies with real world examples
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