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THE 2014 BIO-IT WORLD CONFERENCE & EXPO CALLED A GREAT SUCCESS; DRAWS RECORD ATTENDANCE! 

Next Event to Take Place April 21- 23, 2015 in Boston

Bio-IT World Conference & Expo would like to thank all speakers, attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and media who participated in making the 2014 event our biggest and most exciting event yet. The thirteenth annual event brought together a record-breaking 3,000+ attendees from 32 countries and 140+ exhibitors for three days of inspiring presentations and tactical solutions.

Bio-IT World Conference & Expo 2014 Highlights & Recap 

SEE YOU NEXT YEAR! 

The 2015 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo will be held April 21- 23, 2015 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. We hope to see you at next year’s event.

We will soon begin working on the program agenda for 2015.  If you are interested in speaking, please contact Cindy Crowninshield, RD, LDN at ccrowninshield@healthtech.com.

To customize your sponsorship or exhibit package for 2015, contact Katelin Fitzgerald (A-K companies) at kfitzgerald@healthtech.com or Elizabeth Lemelin (L-Z companies) at elemelin@healthtech.com.  Priority placement is selling out fast.  Reserve your space for 2015 early to maximize your exposure!

ABOUT THE EVENT 

The 2014 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo united 3,000+ life sciences, pharmaceutical, clinical, healthcare, and IT professionals from 32 countries. The Expo provided the perfect venue to share information and discuss enabling technologies that are driving biomedical research and the drug development process.

Since its debut in 2002, the annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo has established itself as a premier event showcasing the myriad applications of IT and informatics to biomedical research and the drug discovery enterprise. The 2014 program featured compelling talks from industry and academia on new trends in data generation, knowledge management, and information technology in life sciences and drug development, including best practice case studies and joint partner presentations relevant to the technologies, research, and regulatory issues of life science, pharmaceutical, clinical and IT professionals.

Spanning three days, the meeting included 13 parallel conference tracks and 16 pre-conference workshops.

CONCURRENT TRACKS

  

Track 1: IT Infrastructure – Hardware  

  

Track 7: Data Visualization & Exploration Tools  

 
 

Track 2: Software Development  

  

Track 8: Pharmaceutical R&D Informatics   

 
  

Track 3: Cloud Computing   

  

Track 9: Clinical Genomics   

  
  

Track 4: Bioinformatics   

  

Track 10: Collaborations & Open Access Innovations 

  
  

Track 5: Next-Gen Sequencing Informatics   

  

Track 11: Cancer Informatics   

  
  

Track 6: Clinical & Translational Informatics   

 

Track 12: Data Security   

 

2014 WORKSHOPS


MORNING WORKSHOPS 
  • Genome Assembly and Annotation 

  • Data Visualization in Biology 

  • Biologics, Bioassay, and Biospecimen Registration Systems 

  • Analyzing NGS Data in Galaxy 

  • Aligning Projects with Organization Strategy 

  • An Embarrassment of Riches: Choosing and Implementing Cloud Infrastructure 

  • Simplify Informatics, Simplify Life - Taming Quality and Complexity of Big Data and IT Solutions 
 

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS 
  • Advancing the Use of EHR/EMR for Clinical Research and Drug Development 

  • Determining Genome Variation and Clinical Utility 

  • UCSC Genome Browser Interactive Workshop 

  • IT & Informatics in Support of Collaboration and Externalization 

  • Big Data Analytics 

  • Running a Local Galaxy Instance 

  • Updates from the tranSMART Open-Source Community 
                           

SPONSOR & EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

2014 Sponsor Info

2014 Prospectus is now available. 

Reserve your space early and SAVE! 

VIDEO SPOTLIGHTS 


John Quackenbush discusses creating an information ecosystem for personalized genomic medicine.
Stephen Friend presents "Enabling Experts and the Public to Solve Complex Biomedical Problems."
Yaniv Erlich reflects on the growing accessibility and security of genomic data.
Bio-artist, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, demonstrates the extreme accessibility of DNA traces.
Isaac Samuel Kohane makes a case for genomic data sharing at the risk of reduced security.

EVENT FEATURES 

  • Access All 13 Tracks for One Price
  • Network with 3,000+ Global Attendees
  • Hear 150+ Technology and Scientific Presentations
  • Attend Bio-IT World’s Best Practices Awards
  • Connect with Attendees Using CHI’s Intro-Net
  • Participate in the Poster Competition
  • Choose from 16 Pre-Conference Workshops
  • See the Winners of the following 2014 Awards:
    • Benjamin Franklin
    • Best of Show
    • Best Practices  
     
  • View Novel Technologies and Solutions in the Expansive Exhibit Hall
  • And Much More!
 
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View 2014 Brochure
 
 

Platinum Sponsors
 

 Cycle Computing logo 

 Data Direct Networks 

Elsevier 

 

IBM 

Illumnia logo 

Intel Logo 

OKTA 

Oracle Health Sciences 

Thinkmate 

Thomson Reuters 

Xyratex 

View All Sponsors 

 


Official Publication
  

View Media Partners 


Conference CD

CD iconOrder the 2014 event proceedings - now available on CD 


Complimentary Downloads

View white papers, listen to podcasts, and more! 

  • Making the World's Knowledge Computable
  • Bioinformatics in the Cloud
  • The Application of Text Analytics to Drug Safety Surveillance
 

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