Will LogingDirector, Scientific Knowledge Discovery Boehringer-Ingelheim
Johannes FreudenbergScientific Investigator GSK
Kai WangAssistant Professor, Division of Bioinformatics University of Southern California
Yuhao LinAssociate Consultant, Informatics Capabilities Eli Lilly
Whether you’ve been using NGS for years and feel relatively well established, or it’s a totally new addition to your research programs, you’ll likely be having problems with the data.
This meeting gives you access to the latest strategies to control, analyze and interpret your omic data. Discover new software tools to help efficient transfer of large data volumes. Uncover cloud solutions to manage data warehousing. Hear experts from the likes of BMS, Pfizer, GSK, Cornell University, Boehringer Ingelheim, the Broad Institute explain how they’re undertaking effective high throughput analysis of their next generation sequencing data.
Discover what tools are out there. Find out how to use them. Learn how you can actually apply the data. If these three things are high up your agenda, then the NGS Data Analysis is the meeting to attend this fall.
At NGS Data Analysis, experience the power of collaboration. Build relationships with industry peers and future clients by meeting all of the key stakeholders working with NGS data. This means it’s for:
Pharma and biotech companies looking to better understand how to overcome current barriers in the methodology and application of NGS, evaluate technologies and optimize current data analysis strategies
Universities and research institutions keen to see how their pioneering research is being translated into drug discovery and looking for collaborations and funding opportunities
Technology companies and software providers who can showcase their latest solutions, embrace this unrivalled opportunity to educate the market to their capabilities and make a claim for leadership in the NGS data management space.
“I enjoyed the meeting very much. The size was ideal to encourage communication and networking, with excellent speed networking, discussion sessions and chairless lunches! Great job” Complete Genomics
“Well done; nice format, mix of attendees and conference activities” Swift Biosciences
“Good size of meeting makes it easy to meet new people and get the opportunity to ask the questions that you think about at home in your lovely office!” Lund University
“I thought the conference was a huge success. Definitely learned more than I expected in just two days” Genzyme
“This is the best conference I have ever gone to. It’s a very good conference for a bioinformatician. I have already recommended people in my group to go next year.” AVEO Pharma