Join us for a live webinar in which you'll learn about the latest features coming in the 3.0 release of the Broad Institute's Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK). Be one of the first to benefit from faster, innovative pipelines for NGS analysis.
Join us in beautiful San Diego where we’ll be showcasing how to bring research pipelines into production with Ayrris and demonstrating workflows containing the latest tools from the Broad Institute.
See you at Booth #1844!
Join Appistry for a live webinar showcasing the way science, medicine, and technology are coming together in the NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program. You'll hear directly from Cornelius F. Boerkoel, M.D., Ph.D, with NIH UDP, about the data management and workflow challenges that hinder translational medicine. Plus you'll learn how the NIH solving these problems to streamline internal processes and improve patient outcomes by partnering with Appistry, which provides high-performance computing and analytics solutions for next-generation medicine, and RURO, which provides clinical laboratory information management systems.
Join us for a live webinar in which we'll review improvements to the GATK in 2013 and the newest extension to Appistry's Cancer Genome Analysis Suite (ContEst). You'll also get a preview of Appistry's plans for delivering new Broad NGS analysis tools in 2014.
Join us for a live webinar reviewing the evolution of the Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK) as a commercial product from Appistry.
Visit us at Booth #431. Appistry will showcase best practices workflows for NGS and specific genetic analysis tasks from the Broad Institute, as well as demonstrate how Ayrris can be implemented to enable next-generation, precision medicine.
Join us for a live webinar reviewing a complete workflow for somatic mutation studies using tools from the Broad Institute and Appistry. You'll hear about the latest additions to Appistry's Cancer Genome Analysis Suite and get an introduction to a new toolkit for variant annotation and analysis.
Join us for a live webinar introducing Appistry's new Cancer Genome Analysis Suite, which features the GATK and MuTect, the Broad's tool for reliably and accurately identifying somatic point mutations in NGS cancer genome data.
Appistry will join its partner Ruro at Booth #1845 at the AACC’s Clinical Lab Expo, where we’ll be discussing how a LIMS can be used in conjunction with Ayrris to speed both physical and digital processes in regulated lab settings.
Join us for a live webinar by Appistry’s GATK customer support director, Craig DeLoughery. Craig will review best practices for using the Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK) for variant calling. The webinar will include details about how the best practices workflow is enhanced by the advanced functionality for NGS introduced last fall with GATK 2.0 and expanded upon in the latest release of the GATK from Appistry.
Attend this webinar to
- Discover the optimal workflow for variant calling
- Determine which GATK tools to use when
- Learn the differences between the GATK’s two variant calling tools
- Hear about the latest additions to the GATK
Visit Appistry at Booth #241 for the chance to see how Appistry’s big-data environment, Ayrris™, enables next-generation medicine. Scheduled demos each exhibit day will show you how Ayrris™ makes it easy to build and run even the most complex cancer pipelines. Or drop by anytime for a one-on-one presentation!
Advances in Genome Biology & Technology
Appistry in attendance
Appistry representatives are excited to be participating in this meeting for the second-straight year. AGBT is recognized as one of the most rigorous scientific forums for acquiring information about the latest advances in DNA sequencing technologies and their myriad applications. Find us to learn about the Ayrris computing environment can help you run your pipelines, your way—faster.
Conference website: http://agbt.org/about.html
Appistry case study talk and exhibit
Visit us at the Molecular Med Tri-Con 2013
As a corporate sponsor of TriCon, Appistry will be exhibiting our big-data platform Ayrris, which will also be discussed in a case study talk featuring a leading genomics center. Plus, booth visitors can claim an exclusive offer—20% off a GATK license.
Come see Appistry’s Sultan Meghji present about the big data challenges facing labs as they strive to manage the flow of genetic data from the sequencer to the clinic. How can labs effectively optimize and scale their analytics to create actionable information for clinicians?
Presentation: From Sequencer to Clinic: Managing Science and Scale
Sultan Meghji, Vice President of Product Strategy
Wednesday, November 29, 3:30–4:00 p.m.
Appistry in Attendance
Appistry will be showcasing in booth #121 the Genome Analysis Toolkit version 2 and its Private Cloud for Genomics, which leverages Appistry’s unique fabric technology to run NGS pipelines faster and more efficiently than traditional computing architectures.
We’ll be hosting in booth #121 on Friday, November 9 a Q/A session with Mark Depristo, creator of the GATK at the Broad Institute, and Guillermo del Angel, who is reporting at the conference on a large-scale validation experiment that demonstrates the effectiveness of new methodology in GATK 2.
Booth presentation: GATK 2: A New Level of Genetic Analysis
Mark Depristo and Guillermo del Angel, Broad Institute
Friday, November 9, 12:45–2:15 p.m.
Guillermo del Angel, Broad Institute
Session 51, Friday, November 9, 8:00-10:15 a.m.
StampedeCon_2012 is the first national Big Data conference of its kind to take place in centrally located St. Louis, MO. This event aims to connect those who are interested in better understanding and leveraging Big Data and discussing what’s next for this emerging field. A diverse group of attendees will include developers, system architects, executives and many others.
How do you manage the huge volume of sequencing data? How can you interpret the results efficiently? What’s the actionable hypothesis and where can NGS really add value?
Leading sequencing experts from across the pharma industry will be tackling these problems and others that relate to applying NGS in a meaningful way. Expect open and lively discussion, great networking opportunities and a raft of new solutions and ideas to implement on your return.
Appistry in Attendance
The ISMB conference series aims at attracting the top research contributions in all areas of computational molecular biology. Typical, but not exclusive, the topics of interest are: Sequence analysis, Evolution and phylogeny, Comparative genomics, Protein structure, Molecular and supramolecular dynamics, Molecular evolution, Gene regulation and transcriptomics, Proteomics, Systems biology, Ontologies, data bases and data integration, Text mining and information extraction, and Human health. The conference also aims to attract participants from related disciplines in order to understand the need that exists for computational approaches in related fields, and to gain from approaches taken in other disciplines that might be appropriate for computational biology.
The free falling cost of whole genome sequencing raises the possibility – some say the inevitability – of applying this revolutionary technology in the clinic. More and more medical geneticists are proposing the idea of a "sequence once, read often" approach to preventive medicine. However, huge challenges spanning the scientific, regulatory, ethical and financial arena's stand in the way of clinical genome sequencing becoming part of mainstream medicine.
TCGC: The Clinical Genome Conference, invites stakeholders from all arenas impacting clinical genomics to share new findings and solutions in advancing the application of clinical genome sequencing.
Bio-IT World Asia 2012 will bring together, life sciences, pharmaceutical, informatics and IT professionals from all over Asia and the rest of the world to one unique location. The Event provides the perfect venue to share information and discuss enabling technologies that are driving biomedical research and the drug development process.
Appistry in Attendance
The conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of research findings and methods. An important goal for the conference is to foster long-term collaborative relationships and networking opportunities within the domain of computational approaches to biology. The program will include oral presentations, poster presentations, invited keynote speakers and tutorials.
Openly Disruptive is all about people exploring the junction where ideas, technology, and context meet in our evolving world. Embracing creativity and innovation in all their forms as empowering tools, Citizen Biotech will address world-changing research, norms and innovation being developed at the grassroots level.
Vice President of Business Development, Harlee Sorkin will be leading a panel discussion on how Appistry is working with companies to bring life science supercomputing power to grassroots accessibility. With an insight into what Appistry customers are doing and a background in pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and start-ups, Harlee will be able to share insights on how bioinformatics, open bio, and analysis are opening the door to millions of potential collaborator/patient subjects.
The CIO Global Forum is a private, invitation-only educational series of events and regional thought leadership roundtables. Each agenda is formulated by thought leaders in business and technology who also donate their time and effort in moderating the sessions, including CIOs, CTOs, CEOs, leading analysts and media figures, and the CIO Global Forum team. The result is a truly unique, peer-based venue that delivers unmatched content, idea generation, and career development opportunities.
Appistry in Attendance
The 2012 Expo plans to unite 2,000+ life sciences, pharmaceutical, clinical, healthcare, and IT professionals from 30+ countries. It provides the perfect venue to share information and discuss enabling technologies that are driving biomedical research and the drug development process.
As the volume of enterprise data created has moved past terabytes and into the petabyte scale, companies need to determine the best way for them to store, manage and analyze all that information. Are you sitting on unmined gold? GigaOM's Structure:Data, now a two-day conference, will assemble the world’s leading technologists, practitioners and business leaders to offer solutions to the questions posed by the growth of big data, including storage needs, data analysis and the uncovering of new business opportunities. The conference will be held on March 21 and 22 in New York.
The 2012 MCBIOS Conference, Making Sense of the Omics Data Deluge, will be held February 17th and 18th in Oxford, MS on the campus of the University of Mississippi. The Inn at Ole Miss is the venue for this year's conference.
Appistry in Attendance
Sultan Meghji, Appistry's VP of Cloud Applications, will be participating in a panel discussion focused on implementing cloud tools for R&D teams. The event, hosted by PubGet will be held at Mass Bio in Cambridge, MA, on November 16.
Here’s a look into the primary theme of the discussion:
"It's estimated that cloud computing spending will account for 25% of IT expenditure growth in 2012 and nearly a third in 2013. In the life sciences, the amount of data managed by companies doubles about every three months (Bruce Maches, formerly Pfizer, 2011), making the industry prime for adopting secure cloud platforms."
For more information and to register please visit http://lifesciencecloud.eventbrite.com/
Hosted annually by the DIA Directorate for Information Management (DS) and Chief Information Officer, DoDIIS Worldwide provides a unique opportunity for defense intelligence community members and industry peers to come together for knowledge sharing, training and discussion of current and future information technology (IT) challenges and requirements.