2013 DVD 

2013 DVD CoverCONFERENCE SERIES: Technologies and Tools for Life Sciences

IT Project Planning and Implementation 

Transitioning from a paper notebook to an ELN has proven advantages for data integrity, interoperability, analysis and management. ELNs have allowed different types and formats of research data to be stored in one place, and be accessed across departments, divisions and research sites, enabling enhanced consistency, efficiency and collaboration.
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2012 DVDs 

Bio-IT 2012 ELN DVD CoverEnhancing R&D Effectiveness through Global ELN Deployment
Transitioning from a paper notebook to an ELN has proven advantages for data integrity, interoperability, analysis and management. ELNs have allowed different types and formats of research data to be stored in one place, and be accessed across departments, divisions and research sites, enabling enhanced consistency, efficiency and collaboration. 
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Software for Clinical Genomics DVD coverSoftware for Clinical Genomics
Genomic technologies hold the potential to improve diagnosis and treatment of inherited disease and cancer, as well as the move towards personalized medicine. However, genomic data is complex and is not well integrated with software systems to support existing diagnostics, such as anatomic pathology and clinical pathology reporting systems needed for integrated diagnostics. 
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2011 DVDs 

2011 BIT SC2 DVDPathway-Based Analysis: A Systematic Approach to Biomarker Discovery
Historically, the study of molecular biology has tended toward reductionist, atomic views of complex systems. Recently, there has been a shift toward organizing our data and mindset around molecular pathways. 
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2011 BIT SC11 DVDCloud Computing: Applications and Advances
This workshop explores the concept, applications, and advances of Cloud Computing. 
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2011 BIT SC5 DVD CoverOntologies: From Drug Discovery to Clinical Data
Ontologies are increasingly used to formally specify objects and their relations in biological and medical domains and to drive modeling, integration, and analysis of data from genomics, proteomics, drug research, disease, treatment, and electronic health records. 
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2011 BIT SC6 DVD CoverTools and Methods for RNA-seq Analysis
This workshop will explore RNA-seq analysis methods in GenePattern (Alignment, Isoform detection, Transcript quantitation, Transcriptome reconstruction) and visualizing RNA-seq data in the Integrative Genomics Viewer (IGV). 
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2011 SC10 DVD CoverImaging Informatics: Data Management and Annotation for the Life Sciences
The richness of information in images has made it one of the most popular readouts for high throughput screening in recent years. This increasing amount of images requires the development of tools to better manage, annotate and automatically interpret them.
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2011 SC4 DVD CoverCreating a Best of Breed Informatics Environment for Your Organization
This DVD covers the progression of "creating a best of breed informatics organization" from the basics of biology and genetics to application of semantic technologies.
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2011 SC9 DVD CoverUtilization of EHRs/EMRs to Further Drug and Disease Related Research
The American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, EHR-incentive rule and 'Meaningful use objective/measures' guidelines have the potential to accelerate the utilization of EHR/EMRs by healthcare providers and institutions. Patients, Providers, Manufacturers and Payors are expected to benefit from improved public health decision-support delivered through effective use of this type of evidence.
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2010 DVDs 

Agile Answers from Literature: Using Text Mining and Analytics to Drive Decision Support
April 20, 2010
The scientific literature captures the learnings of over a $100 billion investment in biomedical research per year. Our ability to access the knowledge buried in the literature has been limited at best. This workshop will present strategies on using the scientific literature to answer questions that have previously been unanswerable. 
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Imaging Informatics: Optimizing Image Collection, Management and Analysis to Improve Drug Discovery
April 20, 2010
The richness of information in images has made it one of the most popular readouts for high-throughput screening in recent years. This increasing amount of images requires the development of tools to automatically analyze and interpret them. However, neither the infrastructure nor the development of image analysis has been able to keep up with the fast growth of image data. 
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