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    Events: Bio-IT World Conference & Expo Returns to Boston May 16-18, 2023
    Submitted by Ellen Farrar; posted on Wednesday, March 29, 2023

    May 16-18, 2023
    Boston, MA

    Leverage Computational Tools and Methods to Turn Big Data into Smart Data to Advance Pharma R&D.

    The Bioinformatics track taking place May 16-18, 2023 at the 22nd Annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston, MA assembles thought leaders who will present case studies using computational resources and tools that take multimodal data analyses across genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, and other data types (e.g., imaging), and align it with clinical action. Turning big data into smart data can lead to real-time assistance in disease prevention, prognosis, diagnostics, and therapeutics. With the ever-increasing volume of information generated for curing or treating diseases and cancers, bioinformatics technologies, tools, and techniques play a critical role in turning data into actionable knowledge to meet unstated and unmet medical needs. Other themes we will explore include new methods of single-cell data analysis, how bioinformatics can leverage tools/methods from data science and AI to advance research, and deep learning approaches to help with applications of bioinformatics to pharma R&D.

    Speakers – and potential collaborators – from Tonix Pharmaceuticals Holding Corporation; Tempus; Baylor College of Medicine; Golden Helix, Inc.; Weill Cornell Medicine; Seven Bridges; Seqera Labs; Biomage; Snowflake; Zifo; Qiagen; The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; Harbor UCLS Medical Center; University of Illinois at Chicago; Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine & Health Sciences (MBRU); BioTeam; NIH NIAID; Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda; Code Ocean; Massachusetts General Hospital; ENDEPUS Research, Inc./University Aix Marseille; University of North Dakota, and elsewhere offer insights into areas such as:
    • Bioinformatics for Precision Medicine
    • Non-Coding RNA and Ribotherapeutics for Post-Genomic Precision Medicine
    • R&D Workflows to Accelerate Science
    • Bioinformatics and Data-Intensive Sciences: Building Technology and Infrastructure Foundations for Global Growth
    • Statistical Methods and Techniques to Develop Meaningful Insights from Datasets
    By attending this program, you will:
    • Explore key strategies and implementation examples of NGS labs to be successful long term.
    • Hear about remapping approaches of the GRCh38 reference genome to gain improved insights from existing data.
    • Explore the intersection of multi-omic and clinic-pathological disease stratification to personalize drug R&D.
    • Learn about strategies for containing cloud computing costs in healthcare and life sciences.
    • Discuss insights from running the most widely used cloud-based system for single cell RNA-seq data analysis.
    • Learn about cutting-edge computation with genome-scale experimentation to highlight the inexorable progress of sequence-based precision medicine in targeting non-coding RNA causes of human disease with RNA-based drugs.
    • Hear about global collaborative efforts in working with the African Centers of Excellence (ACE) in bioinformatics and data-intensive sciences to build the technology and infrastructure foundations for sustainable, energy systems.
    • Explore how to best manage the creative chaos of the computational research data lifecycle.
    • Understand data analytics on economic information that impacts medical decision-making processes.
    • Network and meet with 2,500+ senior level informatics experts and IT professionals from pharma, biotechnology and academia from over 30+ countries who are attending the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo
    • Educate yourself with the latest technologies and services in our exhibit hall
    Hear the above and more first-hand experiences and case studies in the Bioinformatics track, taking place May 16-18, 2023 in Boston, MA.

    We are planning for this track to be presented in-person in Boston, Mass, as well as offering online platform in parallel for those who want to participate virtually from anywhere in the world. For more details on the program agenda and speaker line-up, please visit

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