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    Events: Bioinformatics for Big Data
    Submitted by James Prudhomme; posted on Wednesday, December 09, 2015

    March 7-9, 2016
    San Francisco, CA
    www.triconference.com/bioi[...]-data

    Bioinformatics continues to face challenges of integrating molecular biological information with processes of quality patient care and accelerating the discovery of useful new therapies. The challenges are triggered by the increasing biomedical research that needs to be performed with large-scale data. Scientists are able to study entire systems of data in parallel using a variety of tools and methods. Tremendous computational resources are required to store, compute, analyze, and share. Through lectures and panel discussions, the fifth Annual Bioinformatics for Big Data Program will assemble thought leaders who will present solutions to some of these challenges. You'll hear the latest developments of bioinformatics database platforms and tools that provide proper scalable archive strategies, optimize computing capacities, simplify data and NGS workflow, flexible and open analysis and interpretation, better collaboration models, and faster time to science. You'll also hear best practice case studies of taking data from multiple -omics sources and aligning it with clinical action. Turning big data into smart data can lead to real time assistance in disease prevention, prognosis, diagnostics, and therapeutics.

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