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DAY THREE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2007

8:00 am Morning Coffee

8:30 Chairperson's Opening Remarks

8:45 Keynote Session 3: Doubling IT Innovation Spending: Laying the Foundation for IT-Enabled Business Process, Supply Chain, and Service Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry (see page 2 for details)
Chris Asakiewicz, Ph.D., Affiliate Professor of Information Management, Stevens Institute of Technology, Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management; former Vice President, Global Business Technology, Pfizer Global Pharmaceutical Division

9:45 Networking Coffee Break & Exhibit Viewing

TRACK 1: BRIDGING DISCOVERY/DEVELOPMENT AND IT

TRACK 2: BRIDGING CLINICAL AND IT

10:45 One Company ~ 2 Worlds: Bridging Discovery and Development Information
A case study will be presented of how data and information was disseminated from development into discovery and the processes involved in bridging the two worlds so that the portfolio became transparent from idea through market. Two completely software systems housed the data with no clear way to bridge the two worlds. Necessity forced the team involved to find ways to merge the two in order to be able to report out on both Discovery and Development projects.
Peter F. Thadeio, Research Porfolio Analyst, Pfizer Global R&D Groton Labs 

11:30 Technology Highlights
Better appreciate the interplay of the research and technology drivers impacting pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and learn to apply them productively within your own organizations. Find out more about these solutions and capabilities to help you tackle your daily challenges.

12:15 Using Biological Sequence Search to Validate Research Decisions
Kamalakar Gulukota, Ph.D., Senior Director, Content Development, GenomeQuest 

10:45 Technology Highlights
Better appreciate the interplay of the research and technology drivers impacting pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and learn to apply them productively within your own organizations. Find out more about these solutions and capabilities to help you tackle your daily challenges.

11:30 Practical Applications of Modeling and Simulation in Clinical Studies
Recent years have seen a large increase in the application of modeling and simulation techniques in various areas of drug R&D. This talk will focus on clinical applications of Modeling and Simulating methods, as well as, Biopharmaceutics Classification System (BCS) in an attempt to powering the rational design of clinical studies and achieving more predictable systemic exposure of various active ingredients. The presentation includes brief introduction of strategies and logistics of modeling and simulation, constructing a tailor-made model for the right purpose, and highlights of a few examples.
Dongzhou J. Liu, Ph.D., M.S., M.B.A., Principal Investigator, FRI New York 

12:30 Networking Luncheon & Exhibit Viewing

1:45 Application of Translational Informatics in Tailored Therapeutics 
Susie Stephens, Ph.D., Research Scientist, 
Eli Lilly & Company

2:30 Technology Highlights
Better appreciate the interplay of the research and technology drivers impacting pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and learn to apply them productively within your own organizations. Find out more about these solutions and capabilities to help you tackle your daily challenges.

1:45 Technology Highlights
Better appreciate the interplay of the research and technology drivers impacting pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and learn to apply them productively within your own organizations. Find out more about these solutions and capabilities to help you tackle your daily challenges.

2:30 Technology Highlights
Better appreciate the interplay of the research and technology drivers impacting pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and learn to apply them productively within your own organizations. Find out more about these solutions and capabilities to help you tackle your daily challenges.

3:15 Keynote Session 4: Lessons Learned: Challenges Faced in Sharing Information Across the Organization (Panel)
Marc Wine, MHA, Health Systems Analyst; Adjunct Professor, Health Services Management and Leadership Department, The George Washington University
Donald T. Mon, Ph.D., Vice President, Practice Leadership, American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
Mitchell Weisberg, Senior Principal, Hewlett Packard

4:00 Wrap-Up/Take-Aways & Close of Conference

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