Advances in Drug Safety Informatics
Cellumen, University of North Carolina School of Pharmacy, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and University of California, Berkeley will discuss how informatics can be applied to avoid the inclusion of problematic structures, reduce the risk of continuing to invest in compounds that are likely to cause toxicity, or to help better understand the causes when toxicity appears in order to facilitate structural changes that could minimize the problem.
Michael Cariaso from the BioTeam will present "Technology without Borders: Providing Rural Innovative Digital Education (PRIDE) in Cambodia."
Cloud Computing: Panel Discussion
The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute; BioTeam, Inc.; Johnson & Johnson; Google; Lilly R&D; Amazon Web Services will explore how life sciences is using cloud computing application, its challenges and effectiveness, how money can be saved by an organization, and regulatory compliance.
Service Oriented Architecture - A New Data Sharing Architecture
Robert Lundsten from Feinstein Institute for Medical Research will describe how the North Shore Informatics Group (NSIG) created a pilot framework of a Service Oriented Architecture that integrated and shared data between different data management groups.
Deploying Enterprise 2.0 Solutions: Case Studies & Business Challenges
David Hodgson from Roche Pharmaceuticals will present short case studies that illustrate the provision of workspaces for team collaboration, the use of idea management software for innovation and the prototype of a guided navigation system for domain-based search.
Cancer Epigenomics: A Syste
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