Pharma Informatics Executives Offer Data Integration Solutions and Wish Lists at DDT | GenomeWeb

Integration and infrastructure were the informatics buzzwords that bounced through the halls at the IBC Drug Discovery Technology conference last week in Boston.

While neither concept is shockingly novel, the issue of how exactly to build an architecture to connect the stuffed silos of valuable drug discovery data and funnel this down into usable knowledge still seems to be keeping pharma’s informatics leaders awake at night.

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