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"Microarray Informatics" Courseware Launched At CHIs Third Annual Pharmacogenomics Conference
Cambridge, MA, October 9, 2001 - GeneEd, Inc., a leading provider of advanced e-Learning solutions for the life science industry, officially launched its newest Advanced Courseware entitled Microarray Informatics. Microarray Informatics was created, using a live workshop developed by 3rd Millennium, Inc. as the template. The half-day workshop has been given at several CHI conferences, receiving extremely favorable feedback. Dr. Jack Pollard, head of 3rd Millennium's microarray informatics practice, led their team of instructors who served as Scientific Content Providers for the development and validation of this course. This approach allowed GeneEd, 3rd Millennium and CHI to accurately capture the best part of the live seminar and create a course that can be more broadly deployed and accessed.
This newest addition to our Advanced Life Science curricula comes at a perfect time, said Barry Giordano, VP of Sales and Marketing at GeneEd. Unless you understand how to use these sophisticated technologies and informatics tools, you'll waste a lot of time, or worse; misinterpret data.
We worked very closely with our colleagues at 3rd Millennium to capture the information and knowledge that served as the foundation for this course.Anyone involved with microarray data analysis, gene expression or statistics will directly benefit from the information contained in this courseware. Incorporating world-class content, with our validated methodology of instructional design, creativity and delivery, we can offer a new level of e-Learning for life science. We also incorporated our Version 2.0 interface, designed to further enhance GeneEd's e-Learning experience.
GeneEd, CHI, and 3rd Millennium introduced Microarray Informatics today at CHI's Third Annual Pharmacogenomics Conference in Cambridge, MA. In accordance with the terms of this partnership, 3rd Millennium and CHI will be able to distribute the course. Financial terms were not discussed.
We initially developed the live microarray workshop because we saw many of our clients struggling with the issues of microarray data analysis and management as they scaled up their investments in microarray technology, said Richard Dweck, President of 3rd Millennium. The workshop and this on-line course will allow research organizations to increase their return on those microarray investments by introducing the latest analytical techniques and informatics strategies into their process.
According to Phillips Kuhl, President of Cambridge Healthtech Institute, "microarray technology is maturing and becoming much more robust. The key challenges in this field are rapidly shifting from technology issues to how to derive the greatest benefits of understanding from the data being generated. This course, which provides an in-depth review of various software tools and approaches for data analysis, should prove to be highly advantageous for those looking to improve their ability to make sense out of microarray results."
Microarray Informatics focuses primarily on the techniques and strategies required for successful use of Microarray technology by:
>Introducing the fundamental concepts behind microarray technology.
>Giving a detailed description of each stage of data collection and analysis for the microarray process.
>Describing the information systems issues organizations face in tracking microarray experiments and data (LIMS, etc.) and highlighting the challenges of combining analytical tools and tracking analyses in an information management system (AIMS)
>Providing a comparative analysis of leading academic and commercial software packages.
For more information on the Microarray Informatics course, please contact email@example.com.
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