PointCross is also holding a joint workshop at the AWS office in Boston
A Workbench for Biomarker and Translational Research
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
27 Melcher St.
Boston, MA 02210
Unifying Clinical and Biomarker Data for Translational and Biomarker Research
In partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), PointCross Life Sciences invites you to join us for a coffee and breakfast workshop before the conference begins on April 17th from 8:00am – 9:30am
Date: April 17 from 8:00 am – 9:30am ET.
Biomarker research drives discovery of diagnostic, prognostic and predictive markers and tests, as well as for precisely targeted therapies for diseases such as cancer or rare and orphan diseases. But finding and validating biomarkers remains challenging.
Validating the hypothesis of the researcher requires bridging bench-to-bedside so that the suspect or candidate biomarker can be tracked against the patient’s genotype, history, and their clinical changes and end-points with disease or therapy so that the mechanisms are better understood. Clinical trials and biomarker data from patients when unified, harmonized, and made searchable; is a rich, reliable and controlled resource for research. At the fingertips of scientists, this becomes a powerful workbench for finding finely stratified cohorts, analyze and visualize associated data, monitor progress with on-going studies to accelerate the development of therapies and diagnostics.
You are likely to benefit if you are looking to:
- Discover new biomarkers for companion diagnostics, therapeutic assessment
- Search for and select cohorts based on their clinical history, end points and biomarkers using a unified and indexed search capability
- Visualize the biomarker and clinical data of selected cohorts for therapeutic or diagnostics research
Please also see us at booth #638 to answer any questions or show you a demonstration of the Xbiom platform.