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Sampling at IFPAC: Will Pharma Move to Large N? | PharmaQbD

Sampling at IFPAC: Will Pharma Move to Large N? | PharmaQbD | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
IFPAC brought discussion and debate on pharma's QC sampling and how to make it more statistically significant.
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Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise
An exploration of topics related to acquiring, analyzing and communicating complex information connected to the development of pharmaceuticals
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Your Pill Is Printing: FDA Approves First 3-D-Printed Drug

Your Pill Is Printing: FDA Approves First 3-D-Printed Drug | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
The company that makes Spritam says the 3-D-printed pill dissolves quickly, even at the highest doses.
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Costs Of Slipshod Research Methods May Be In The Billions

Costs Of Slipshod Research Methods May Be In The Billions | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
Up to half of all results from biomedical research laboratories these days can't be replicated by other science teams. Why not? Myriad flubs slow progress in the hunt for cures.
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Digital Dark Age

Digital Dark Age | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
What if, either by the slow creep of technological obsolescence or sudden cosmic disaster, we were cut off from our electronic records?
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Spurious Correlations

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Why do these things correlate? These 20 correlations will blow your mind.

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Informatics in the Analytical Laboratory: Vision for a New Decade | American Pharmaceutical Review - The Review of American Pharmaceutical Business & Technology

Informatics in the Analytical Laboratory: Vision for a New Decade | American Pharmaceutical Review - The Review of American Pharmaceutical Business & Technology | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
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Better Decisions with Smarter Data | MIT Sloan Management Review

Better Decisions with Smarter Data | MIT Sloan Management Review | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
To make better data-based decisions managers need smart data — and big data training.
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IQ Consortium 2013 Symposium: Keynote Presentation

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Keynote Address: John Crowley

John Crowley is chairman & CEO of Amicus Therapeutics. His story provided the inspiration for the major motion picture, "Extraordinary Measures".

After two of his children were diagnosed with Pompe’s disease, a rare and fatal neuromuscular disorder, John Crowley founded a company focused on developing a treatment for the disease. Over the course of more than a decade, Mr. Crowley has continued to lead the efforts to develop a treatment for this disease and has experienced firsthand the need for risk taking and innovation within pharmaceutical research.

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Allotrope Foundation Homepage

Allotrope Foundation Homepage | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
The Allotrope Foundation is building an open source framework for laboratory data.
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Roche, AstraZeneca join forces on precompetitive R&D initiative

Roche, AstraZeneca join forces on precompetitive R&D initiative | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
Roche and AstraZeneca have formed an unusual, precompetitive alliance designed to share vast stockpiles of compound data in order to improve their chances of success in early-stage R&D.
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Notebooks go digital | Chemistry World

Electronic lab notebooks are growing in popularity across chemistry. Anthony King looks at what's on the market.
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Cancer trials are changing. That could mean faster access to better drugs.

Cancer trials are changing. That could mean faster access to better drugs. | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
The National Cancer Institute will test treatments based on tumors’ genetic mutations.
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Patients themselves could help FDA flag drug safety problems

Patients themselves could help FDA flag drug safety problems | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
The FDA is partnering with a networking forum that allows people with the same illness to connect with others and share experiences.
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Detecting Bias in Data Analysis | MIT Sloan Management Review

Detecting Bias in Data Analysis | MIT Sloan Management Review | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
Data analysts may have external agendas that shape how they address a data set — but a savvy manager can identify biases.
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The Adaptable Laboratory: A Holistic Informatics Architecture | American Pharmaceutical Review - The Review of American Pharmaceutical Business & Technology

The Adaptable Laboratory: A Holistic Informatics Architecture | American Pharmaceutical Review - The Review of American Pharmaceutical Business & Technology | Information Management in the Pharmaceutical Enterprise | Scoop.it
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IQ Consortium 2013 Symposium: Keynote Presentation

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Patient Focused Personalized Medicine

At Pfizer Oncology, Dr. Sweetman leads the US Medical Affairs team for Thoracic and Hematologic Malignancies. His focus over the last few years has been dedicated to development of Xalkori (crizotinib) which culminated in the accelerated approval by the FDA on 26 August 2011.

Patient focused personalized medicine is a multi-faceted concept that that has become increasingly common in recent years. It is viewed by IQ Consortium participants as an approach that encompasses precision medicine, proactive care, stratified medicine, individualized medicine, and targeted therapy, and it holds promise for individuals facing a variety of diseases. Dr. Sweetman and Richard Heiman’s on-stage discussion about Richard’s decade-long experience battling cancer brought the concept of personalized medicine to life for IQ Consortium participants. During their dialogue, Richard related the story of his initial diagnosis with lung cancer, subsequent treatments, remission, and numerous recurrences. He and Dr. Sweetman discussed how enrollment in a clinical trial for Xalkori, a medicine intended to treat a subset of cancer patients with specific genes – a subset that included Richard – offered new hope for Richard, and has significantly prolonged his life. Dr. Sweetman and Richard also discussed the challenges of participation in clinical trials, and emphasized the need for awareness among patients and doctors of the ever-evolving field of personalized medicine.

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A Conference Call in Real Life - YouTube

SUBSCRIBE to Tripp and Tyler: http://bit.ly/19gTRke Video sponsored by Leadercast: http://leadercast.com Created by Tripp and Tyler Produced by Green Tricycl...
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News from Taylor & Francis

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Special Issue: Design of Experiments and Related Combinatorics in Memory of Professor Jagdish N. Srivastava

Professor Jagdish Narayan Srivastava’s fundamental and path-breaking contributions to Design of Experiments (DOE), sampling designs, and multivariate analysis are well known. In our profession, he was a world leader in every sense of the term. In particular, his inspiration for founding Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference (JSPI) in 1978 was to promote and encourage research in DOE and to establish it as the foremost journal for dissemination of research in DOE. With the help of an outstanding team of editorial board members, Professor Srivastava nurtured JSPI over more than three decades, established it as a major force in DOE, and expanded and strengthened the scope of JSPI in all areas of statistics.This is Part I of a two part special issue in his loving memory and as a small tribute to his everlasting contributions to the statistics profession.

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Hans Rosling - 200 years of global change

STOCKHOLM 28 September 2013 Professor Hans Rosling (Gapminder and Karolinska Institutet) The first public forum for the launch of the Intergovernmental Panel...
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Visualizing Scientific Data on the Big Screen | The New York Academy of Sciences

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Allotrope Foundation partners with Osthus Inc. to develop state-of-the-art open framework for laboratory... -- WASHINGTON, Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Allotrope Foundation partners with Osthus Inc. to develop state-of-the-art open framework for laboratory data.
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