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Events: CHI's Fifth Annual Integrated R&D Informatics & Knowledge Management
Submitted by James Prudhomme; posted on Friday, October 12, 2012
DATES: February 13-15, 2013
LOCALE: Moscone North Convention Center, San Francisco, CA
URL: [link]

As the world of drug discovery gets smaller, and companies become more dependent on collaborations and outsourcing to move forward, the line separating IT from researchers is harder to see. It is crucial for sites to find global enterprise solutions to enable data integration and information sharing within and across internal and external departments. Integrated R&D Informatics and Knowledge Management will highlight strategic infrastructures being put in place to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaborations, including novel approaches to work with data from external and public sources, leverage data from multiple internal sources, establish an effective bioregistry, manage sequencing data, and support complex clinical candidates like ADCs. This conference is part of the Informatics Channel at the 20th International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference.

* Collaboration -- What Does it Mean, How do We use it & Measure it?
* Externalization and the Changing Landscape in Pharma
* Leveraging Information Across Multiple Internal Sources
* Platforms to Enable Internal and External Collaboration and Drive Discovery
* Data Integration Strategies to Support Clinical & Translational Research
Data Integration

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