May 12, 2008 | From a record-breaking pool of 54 entries, judges chose Best Practices winners in seven categories and honored one Editor’s Choice winner. Winners were announced at a dinner and reception on April 29 at the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo in Boston. (A full report will appear in the July issue.)
Basic Research, R&D Applied Biosystems; Christian-Albrechts-University — Pipeline for the identification of common susceptibility variants of functional significance for complex disease
Clinical Research Eli Lilly & Company — SAS Drug Development Implementation
Clinical Trials GlaxoSmithKline — Clinical trials signal detection
Drug Discovery & Development Genstruct; Sirtris Pharmaceuticals — Causal network modeling
IT Informatics AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals — SAFE digital signatures and electronic submission gateway
Knowledge Management AstraZeneca Discovery — Standardized screening data globally and made available to all sites
Translational and Personalized Medicine Merck & Company — Breaking down clinical and research silos to enable translational research
Editor’s Choice National Cancer Institute — Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG)
This article appeared in Bio-IT World Magazine.
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