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The 2010 Bio-IT World Best Practices Deadline Has Been Extended
Date:1/23/2010

Bio-IT World is announcing a deadline extension for its 2010 Best Practices awards program. In keeping with extensions given in previous years, the 2010 extended deadline is February 19.

Needham, MA (PRWEB) January 22, 2010 -- Bio-IT World is announcing a deadline extension for its 2010 Best Practices awards program. In keeping with extensions given in previous years, the 2010 extended deadline is February 19.

"We're very encouraged by the interest shown already in the 2010 Bio-IT World Best Practices competition," said Dr. Kevin Davies, editor-in-chief of Bio-IT World. "We've received dozens of entries so far, and hope that the deadline extension will allow many groups to wrap up their submissions and give added opportunity for other teams to pull an entry together."

Established in 2003, this prestigious awards program is designed to recognize outstanding examples of technology and strategic innovation--initiatives and collaborations that manifestly improve some facet of the R&D/drug development/clinical trial process.

The awards attract an elite group of life science professionals: executives, entrepreneurs, innovators, researchers and clinicians responsible for developing and implementing innovative solutions for streamlining the drug development and clinical trial process. Bio-IT World's distinguished peer-review panel of judges has reviewed almost 400 entries in the program's history, with last year's 70+ entries and 10 awards breaking all previous records.

Entries will be accepted in nine categories: Basic Research & Biological Research; Drug Discovery & Development; Clinical Trials & Research; Translational Medicine; Personalized Medicine; IT & Informatics; Knowledge Management; Health-IT; and Manufacturing & Bioprocessing.

The 2010 winners will receive a unique crystal award to be presented at the Best Pr
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