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Pharmaceutical IT World Asia Congress

29 Sep 2014 - 30 Sep 2014 - Singapore, Asia



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The Congress will provide a platform for our world renowned experts to discuss the latest advances in research strategies and technologies currently being used within the pharmaceutical IT field. Presentations from industry key figures will provide relevant updates on global developments, whilst at the same time allowing delegates an unprecedented insight into the advances of the ever-more influential Asia market.

Day One will see presentations and discussions focussing on the latest innovations in cloud computing, big data and IT advances in clinical trials. Delegates will benefit from hearing from leading researchers in areas such as big data capture and analysis, point of care diagnostics and real world data. Additionally, focus will centre on digital identities, patient identification and recruitment and comparative effectiveness research. 

Day Two will see presentations and case studies with the emphasis on IT Infrastructure for NGS, and new technologies and advances within the biopharma research field. Our world renowned speakers will cover topic areas such as scalable IT infrastructure for genomics, supercomputing and infrastructure for translational research. In addition, speakers will cover areas such as omics profiling, bioinformatics and effective use of ELNs.     

Contact Freda Shi today to download the agenda and for attendance information on f.shi@oxfordglobalasia.com or call +65 6570 2208 



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