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James Prudhomme via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by jprudhomme from healthtech.com)
Wed Jan 11 10:22:09 EST 2012

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CHI's Inaugural Bioinformatics & Cancerinformatics: Turning the Data Deluge
into Meaningful Biological Knowledge 
(part of the Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference)

February 21-23, 2012
Moscone North Convention Center, San Francisco, CA


About the event:
With the ever-increasing volume of information generated for curing or
treating diseases and cancers, computer-based storage, processing, and
dissemination is needed to turn this data deluge into meaningful biological
knowledge. Leading experts from industry, government, and healthcare
organizations will present compelling talks and best practice examples on
annotation, storage, analysis, and search/retrieval of nucleic acid
sequence, protein sequence, and structural information. Lectures and panel
discussions will be framed around content, analysis software and services,
IT infrastructure and other services.

Conference topics:
Data storage, management and integration strategies
Integration of data for biomarker, clinical and personalized medicine
Data modeling and computational integrative tools
Genomics and integrating multiple -omic data types
Gene expression & data analysis
Translating biomarker driven cancer treatments into practice
Bioinformatics in the cloud

Download a PDF brochure at

Advance registration discounts end on January 13. Register at
https://chidb.com/register/2012/mmtc/reg.asp or call 781-972-5400.

To inquire about sponsoring and/or exhibiting, contact Jon Stroup at
781-972-5483,  <mailto:jstroup from healthtech.com> jstroup from healthtech.com

I hope to see you in San Francisco this coming February.

James Prudhomme
Cambridge Healthtech Institute
250 First Avenue, Suite 300
Needham, MA 02494
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