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Excelra Knowledge Solutions (formerly GVKBio) is well known for their manually curated databases. These databases covering SAR, Biomarkers and Clinical Outcomes are widely used in the Industry and in academia. The Biomarker Database (GOBIOM-Global Online Biomarker Database), is manually curated by a team of 60 scientists and developed initially in collaboration with the USFDA and a Large Pharma Company. The Databases contains over 125,000 Biomarkers classified as Clinical and Exploratory. Each Biomarker is linked to the Therapeutic Area, Drug and Target. Extensive amount of information including the Nature, Utility, Experimental Methods, Analytical and Clinical Qualification, Patient data etc. are captured. In addition, a very easy to use Interface and analytical tools support the navigation of the database.

Sreeni Devidas Ph.D., Vice President Business Development

Sreeni has been with Excelra for 12 years and manages sales and business development. He has a doctoral degree from the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine with Nobel Laureate Peter Agre and William Guggino.

 

Join the End-user Bioinformatics Network (EBNET) and keep up-to-date on bioinformatics events, training sessions, new resources and tools available at Yale.

Date:
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
C-103, SHM, 333 Cedar St, New Haven, 06510
Campus:
Medical School
Categories:
Bioinformatics
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