Genedata Biopharma Open Forum in the UK

Accelerating Biopharma R&D with Innovative Biopharma Data Management and Analysis

The Swiss Embassy, London
16-18 Montagu Pl, Marylebone, London W1H 2BQ, UK

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Biopharma research today is extremely dependent on the efficient and effective management and use of high volume, complex data. Only when the scientists and teams throughout a biopharma R&D organization embrace and use the best and smartest biopharma data management and analysis systems, will companies be successful in this competitive market place.

This free Biopharma Open Forum will provide scientists and IT professionals striving to optimize the value and use of their data, with the chance to hear how some of the most successful biopharma R&D companies manage and exploit their own data and how they incorporate and use Genedata platforms as part of their data management landscape to increase efficiency and quality.

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Agenda

Time Schedule Speaker
9:30 Registration & Coffee
10:00 Welcome & Opening Remarks
10:15 Keynote Address: Bridging the Gap – Integrating Biopharma Research Data to Meet the Challenge of Personalized Medicine Kevin Teburi, Genedata
11:00 GSK Case Study: Genedata Biologics at GlaxoSmithKline Biopharm Discovery: Supporting Multiple Discovery Platforms and Automated Processes Through a Central Enterprise Data Management System Peter Whitfield, GSK
11:30 Refreshment Break
12:00 Crescendo Case Study: Genedata Biologics at Crescendo Biologics, a Growing Biotech Company: From Deployment to Exploring New Applications Chris Wilson, Crescendo Biologics
12:30 AstraZeneca Case Study: Drops From the Ocean of HTS: A New Technology and Data Analytics Workflow Jonathan Wingfield, AstraZeneca
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 Cancer Research UK Case Study: Simplifying Complexity - A Collaborative Approach to Increase Data Analysis Efficiency Within the Drug Discovery Unit at the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute Alex Stowell, Cancer Research UK
14:30 Dealing With the Data Challenges of the Growing Demand of Bioprocess
Development. Systems to Optimize Throughput and Quality
Karine Maillard, Genedata Biologics
15:00 Innovations in Data Science – Using Artificial Intelligence Image Analysis to Drive the Next Phase of Scientific Insight Mark Brewer, Genedata Screener
15:15 Refreshment Break
15:45 Questions & Discussion Session
16:30 Reception