How New Insights from Literature Mining Can Enhance Analysis in
Genome Wide Association Studies
Jonathan Ratcliffe, Application Development Manager, InforSense
David Milward, CTO, Linguamatics
Robin Munro, Director BioMedical Solutions, InforSense
17 July 2007
15:00 BST (London), 12:00 ET (New York)
18:00 BST (London), 15:00 ET (New York)
1 hour including Q&A
Do you have the right tools for performing Genome Wide Association
Studies? Can you process a million SNPs across thousands of samples?
Are you still conducting your literature searches using Google? Do you
waste too much time reading irrelevant internal and external
documents? Attend this complimentary webcast and learn how to combine
literature mining and statistical genetics in a single, integrated
See and hear how:
InforSense GenSense can be used for genome wide association studies.
New knowledge from publications can be easily included in your
analyses using Linguamatics I2E.
Natural language processing can be used to provide the right
biomedical context for your searches.
Information mined from publications can be processed, visualized and
deployed by business users.
See these concepts demonstrated in an application that examines
genetic variability associated with Parkinson's disease and then
interprets these results by mining publications for information which
may help explain the nature of the relationship between the genetic
variation and the disease.
Who should attend:
Librarians / Information Services
Text Mining Professionals in Pharma, Biotech & Academia
InforSense Ltd., the leading provider of embedded enterprise
analytics, enables organizations to orchestrate and optimize their
business-critical decision-making processes. Leading pharmaceutical
and biotechnology, consumer goods, healthcare, financial services,
manufacturing and communications companies are using the company's
flagship product, InforSense, to enhance productivity by embedding
analytics within their business processes. The company is privately
held, with European headquarters in London, UK and North American
headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Linguamatics helps organizations to maximize the value derived from
information resources, through effective deployment of innovative
natural language processing (NLP) based technology. The versatile
interactive information extraction system, I2E, helps organizations to
do much more than simply cope with vast quantities of information. Its
unique combination of search and text mining helps organizations to
turn this information into a competitive advantage. From life sciences
and healthcare to business intelligence; from media analysis to
security, users mine large collections of documents, extracting
relevant facts and relationships from content such as scientific
papers, news feeds, patents, or business reports. Linguamatics was
founded in 2001, and is based in Cambridge, UK.
For questions on the webcast please e-mail information from inforsense.com
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