GenomeQuest Vice President Speaks on Next-Generation Sequencing: The Bioinformatics Bottleneck

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Richard Resnick Demonstrates Next-Generation Sequencing Data Management on Cloud at Bio-IT World Conference & Expo

Despite massive disk arrays and hundreds of thousands of computer cores dedicated to the analysis of next-generation DNA sequencing, most life science researchers are held up for months waiting for analysis of their data. The data bottleneck and delays grow as next-generation sequencing instruments are installed by the hundreds and their throughput increases every quarter.

GenomeQuest Vice President Richard Resnick brings his West Coast seminar tour to the East Coast, with a stop at the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo, at the World Trade Center in Boston. There, he’ll present a demonstration of GenomeQuest’s next-generation sequence data management cloud platform live on the Internet. The GenomeQuest platform delivers interactive, mineable, shareable analyses on not one but thousands of genomes, with an open API to allow bioinformaticians to develop and publish their own workflows.

When: April 21, 2010

Time: 4:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.

Bio-IT World Conference & Expo
Conference Track 3 – Bioinformatics and Next-Gen Data
World Trade Center
Boston, Mass.

Presenter: Richard Resnick, VP of Software & Services, GenomeQuest, Inc.
All attendees must register for the conference through Bio-IT World Conference and Expo:

Dana Wormer, +1 215.888.0960
Email: dana(dot)wormer(at)redzebraworks(dot)com


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