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DISTINGUISHED FACULTY
Dr. Emily Anderson, DHARMACON, INC.
Dr. Dennis Burian, FAA
Dr. Ron Edgar, NCBI
Dr. David L. Gerhold, MERCK RESEARCH LABS
Dr. Georges Grinstein, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL
Dr. Eric P. Hoffman, CHILDREN’S NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 
Dr. Jae Lee, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 
Dr. Richard Lempicki, SAIC-FREDERICK, INC.
Dr. Kejun Liu, GLAXOSMITHKLINE
Dr. Suxing Liu, SCHERING-PLOUGH RESEARCH INSTITUTE 
Dr. Z.Q. John Lu, NIST
Mr. Michael Man, PFIZER 
Dr. Georges Natsoulis, ICONIX PHARMACEUTICALS 
Dr. Hui-Rong Qian, ELI LILLY & COMPANY
Dr. Glenn Stoney, CSIRO
Dr. Andrei Yakovlev, UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
Dr. Xiang Yao, JOHNSON & JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICAL R&D
Dr. Edwin Wang, NRCC
Dr. Fred Wright, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORS
Mr. Thomas J. Downey, PARTEK, INC.
Dr. Georges G. Grinstein, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL
Dr. Kenton D. Juhlin, PROCTER & GAMBLE
Dr. Terry Speed, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY

Microarrays are costly - both in time and resources - making the careful design of microarray experiments to generate good data for diagnostics, target identification, screening, genotyping and other applications critical. Statistical analysis of data generated from well designed experiments allows for meaningful biological correlation. To generate such statistically defensible data requires effective communication between those designing and running the experiments, and those doing data analysis in conjunction with software database developers who facilitate data handling. CHI's 5th Annual Total Microarray Data Analysis and Interpretation brings together these three groups to explore how useful microarray data should be generated, stored, mined, and interpreted to answer the questions being asked.

PRE-CONFERENCE SHORT COURSE TUTORIALs
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24
Statistical Methods for Noise Reduction in Microarray Experiments
Mr. Thomas J. Downey, President, Partek, Inc.
or
Taking Multivariate Statistical Methods out of the Black Box 
Ms. Janis Dugle, Senior Research Scientist (Statistics), Ross Products Division, Abbott Laboratories 

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: 
• Deciphering the Data Deluge Discussion Groups
Time has been designated for interactive discussions in groups with specific themes. This unique opportunity allows conference participants to focus on a topic in depth to exchange ideas, information, experiences, and develop future collaborations.

If you wish to submit a topic for possible discussion please click here

• Poster Competiton
Cash Prizes!

PRE-CONFERENCE SHORT COURSE TUTORIAL
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24

Statistical Methods for Noise Reduction in Microarray Experiments
Mr. Thomas J. Downey, President, Partek, Inc.

or

Taking Multivariate Statistical Methods out of the Black Box 
Ms. Janis Dugle, Senior Research Scientist (Statistics), Ross Products Division, Abbott Laboratories 

“This conference is the only opportunity you can get to have an overview of the latest developments on microarray analysis both from industry and academia, and a great place to initiate new collaborations too!”

Paul Delmar, Bioinformatician, Fournier Pharma


Sponsors and Exhibitors for the Microarray Data Analysis event:
BioDiscovery Inc.

Infocom Corporation
Insightful Corporation
Partek Incorporated
Spotfire, Inc
Stratagene


For Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities
Contact:  Suzanne Carroll, 781-972-5453
Scarroll@healthtech.com

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