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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Pharma Tech Outlook
November 15, 2018

Pharma Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

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Feature of the Week
The researchers stated that the study of cooperative and competitive interactions between cancer cells and mechanism of pre-existing drug resistance could be initiated with the strong characterization of heterogeneity of common cell lines.
With ample electronic data capture (EDC) systems available in the market today, it has become difficult for organizations to identify the one that is apt for their business needs.
A team of scientists has been working to integrate the largest genome, which consists of about 12 million base pairs arranged in 16 chromosomes that are structurally comparable to those of humans.
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CIO Viewpoint
William Mayo, CIO, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
At a world-class research institute like the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, talent is explicitly our core strength.
Greg Woff, CIO, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Fifteen or twenty years ago, IT departments throughout the Life Sciences world were forced to rethink their compute infrastructures when high performance computing (HPC) became the norm.
CXO Insights
By Margaretta Nyilas, MD, SVP, Clinical Management & Business Operations, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization
The steady pace of new disruptive technologies continues to transform our personal lives, as businesses also continue to realize increasing efficiencies and cost reductions.
By Matt Bakaitis, Director, Cleveland Clinic
A system that's useful in a medical library filled with books may be a good foundation for online content, but the nature of taxonomy needs to recognize the consumer as much as organizational structure.