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Visit us at BioIT World Conference & Exposition in Boston

April 21-23, 2015
Booth #316

Join us at the annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo, April 21-23, 2015. Stop by booth #316 where our experts will be showcasing:

  • The Living Heart Project – a translational research initiative to revolutionize cardiovascular science through realistic simulation.
  • The BIOVIA Biologics Solution for Discovery – featuring capabilities to overcome barriers to innovation and barriers to process efficiency in antibody lead discovery. The solution can save time and reduce the overall investment with significant reduction in non‐value‐adding work for IT departments.
  • ScienceCloud – a collaborative, cloud-based tool that allows users to contribute and share work with external partners.
  • BIOVIA ELN – an application to efficiently manage the flow of information, tasks and materials among scientists, software and instruments within and between labs—improving personal productivity, collaboration and collective intelligence.

Hear from BIOVIA’s Ton van Daelen, Ph.D., ScienceCloud Product Director, on Wednesday, April 22 at 3:10p in the Pharmaceutical R&D Informatics Track

BIOVIA ScienceCloud: Automating Collaboration Workflows

Abstract: The amount of R&D spending beyond company boundaries is approaching 50% of the overall R&D budget, yet informatics infrastructures are challenged to support this changing environment. We will present a comprehensive, cloud-based solution stack for externalized, collaborative research for pharma/biotech and CROs that addresses these challenges and we will discuss how developing customized business rules and synchronizing cloud with on-prem data are critical success factors.

Also hear from Fabien Letailleur, Product Portfolio Manager - Virtual Human Modeling, Dassault Systemes Simulia Corp as he presents "Simulating the Behavior of a Living Human Heart" on Wednesday, April 22nd at 4:00 pm in the Cloud Computing Track.

Abstract: Given the prevalence of cardiovascular disease, major efforts are underway to understand cardiac function, design effective treatments, and accelerate the approval process. However, the lack of realistic simulation models and adequate computational resources has limited the use of in-silico methods to predict in-vivo drug or device performance. In response, Dassault Systemes is developing high fidelity multiphysics and multiscale models of the human heart and leveraging cloud computing. We present progress on this project to date.

Need to Register?
Click here for more information on a complimentary Bio-IT World Exhibit Hall and Keynote Session Pass.  (Available until April 10th)

Show Website
www.bio-itworldexpo.com

We look forward to seeing you in Boston!

 

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