Linguamatics will be exhibiting at/attending the following conferences. Please visit us at our booth to find out more:
ChemAxon UGM 28-29 May 2013, Budapest, Hungary
SLA 2013 Annual Conference & Expo June 9-11 2013, San Diego, CA, USA - booth #1217
Linguamatics Text Mining Summit October 7-9 2013, Newport, RI, USA
ICIC 2013 13-16 October 2013, Vienna, Austria
Pharma-Bio-Med 2013 3-5 November 2013, Berlin, Germany
AMIA 2013 Annual Symposium November 16-20 2013, Washington D.C., USA
Bio IT World Expo April 9-11, 2013, Boston, MA - Booth #332
SLA PHT & BIO Division Spring Meeting April 14-16, Philadelphia, PA
II-SDV 15-16 April 2013, Nice, France
Medical Informatics World April 8-9 2013, Boston, MA - Booth #13
IPI Confex 10-13 March 2013, Seville, Spain
Linguamatics workshop: Can Agile Text Mining Help Meet the Challenges of Patent Searching? February 27 2013, Boston Marriott Cambridge, MA.
PIUG Biotech Meeting February 26 2013, Amgen, Boston, MA
Cancer Informatics Summit February 20-22 2013, Dallas, TX
Molecular Med Tri Conference February 11-15, 2013, San Francisco, CA
AMIA 2012 Annual Symposium 3-7 November 2012 - Booth number 312
Bio-IT World Europe 9-11 October 2012
ICIC 2012 14-17 October 2012
Linguamatics Text Mining Summit 22-24 October 2012
Pharma-Bio-Med 2012 30 September - 3 October 2012
PIUG 2012 Annual Conference 28 April-3 May 2012
East Coast FREE Seminar: Next Generation Knowledge Discovery: Accelerating Pharma & Biotech R&D through Automated Information Extraction 2 May 2012, Princeton, NJ, USA
Accelrys User Group Meeting for Life Sciences 7-9 May 2012, Boston, MA
Linguamatics Spring Users Conference 8-10 May 2012, Cambridge, UK
Bio-IT World Expo & Conference 24-26 April 2012
West Coast FREE Seminar: Next Generation Knowledge Discovery: Accelerating Pharma & Biotech R&D through Automated Information Extraction 17 April 2012, San Francisco, CA, USA
AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science 19-23 March 2012
SLA Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Technology Division Spring Meeting 18-20 March 2012
IPI-ConfEx 11-14 March 2012
19th Annual Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 19-23 February 2012
PIUG Biotechnology Meeting 7 February 2012
A FREE Linguamatics Workshop: Applying Text Mining Techniques for Patent Search and Analysis 8 February 2012
Life Science in the Cloud 16 November 2011 at 12:00 PM (ET)
, Cambridge, MA, USA (Free Registration now open)
Pharma Bio Med 14-16 November 2011, Mestre-Venice, Italy
ICIC 2011 23-26 October 2011, Barcelona, Spain
AMIA 2011 Annual Symoposium 21 - 26 October 2011, Washington, DC, USA
Fall Users Conference11 - 13 October 2011, Boston, MA, USA
Linguamatics Spring Users Conference 17-19 May 2011, Cambridge, UK
Bio-IT World 12-14 April 2011, Boston, MA, USA
Biosoft 3rd Annual Congress 23-25 March 2011, Beijing, China
Society of Toxicology Anniversary Annual Meeting & ToxExpo 6-10 March 2011, Washington, USA
6th Annual Biomarker Congress 23-24 February 2011, Manchester, UK
CSHALS 2011 23-25 February 2011, Cambridge, MA, USA
Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 23-25 February 2011, San Francisco, CA, USA
Merck IDEA Days 18-19 January 2011, Edison, NJ, USA
Online Information 2010 30 November - 2 December 2010, London, UK
Cambridge Network Healthcare Special Interest Group: 'Health records, privacy and social networks'
24 November 2010, Cambridge, UK
Guy Singh, Senior Product Manager at Linguamatics, presented "Mass opinion monitoring using Twitter".
Twitter Mining (CIM) 23 November 2010, Cambridge, UK
Guy Singh, Senior Product Manager at Linguamatics, presented "Twitter Mining, Providing insights into market opinion and perception".
Pharma-Bio-Med 2010 November 7-10 2010, Seville, Spain
Accelrys European User Group Meeting October 26-28 2010, Barcelona, Spain
ICIC 2010 October 24-27 2010, Vienna, Austria
SMBM 2010 October 25-26 2010, Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, UK
David Milward, CTO at Linguamatics, presented "Interactive Text Mining Techniques for Patent Search and Mining".
Agile text mining approaches have been shown to be valuable for answering questions and extracting knowledge across life sciences research and discovery. This presentation focuses on particular techniques relevant to patent mining. These include use of linguistics for filtering noise and for terminology development, flexible categorisation and the ability to plug in domain-specific thesauri. By adopting these techniques we show how it is possible to accelerate the systematic and comprehensive analysis of a series of patents relating to a compound family, and combine the results with insights from other literature sources such as an organisation's internal documents or external scientific literature.
Smart Content October 19 2010, New York NY, USA
David Milward, CTO at Linguamatics, is co-author of "Assessment of NER solutions against the first and second CALBC Silver Standard Corpus". which was presented at the conference.
David Milward, CTO at Linguamatics, will be presenting "Transforming Social Media Content to Structured, Actionable Data using I2E ".
Given the influence and growth of social media, it is increasingly important to be able to automatically extract, analyse and synthesize information of interest. This talk will focus on Twitter and show how semantic technology based on Natural Language Processing can filter out noise, and transform Tweets into structured data, allowing identification of key populations and discovery of sentiment, provide early warnings, and establish influence networks. The talk will provide a series of case studies from business, politics and health, including who uses which products or service, what do they think of them, where are they used, and what is the availability.
Linguamatics Fall Users Conference October 12-14 2010, Boston MA, USA
- Phoebe Roberts, Senior Principal Scientist, Pfizer
- Deborah Szalkowski, Senior Analyst Knowledge Management, Merck & Co. Inc.
- Gopal Mahadevan, Senior Software Engineer, Lilly Singapore Centre for Drug Discovery (Eli Lilly & Co.)
- Denise Fobare-DePonio, Corporate Library Senior Manager, Amgen
Bio IT World Expo Europe October 5-7 2010, Hannover, Germany
ChemAxon US UGM September 14-15 2010, Boston MA, USA
See the presentation "Integrating ChemAxon to provide agile, chemistry-enabled text mining", on YouTube
A Joint Linguamatics and Accelrys Seminar
"Text Analytics in Life Science R&D" June 22 2010, Princeton, NJ, USA
Text Analytics Summit May 25-26 2010, Boston MA, USA
ChemAxon European UGM May 19-20 2010, Budapest, Hungary
Linguamatics Spring Users Conference May 17-19 2010, Cambridge, UK
Accelrys North American User Group Meeting 2010 May 4-6 2010, Boston, MA
David Keilman (Linguamatics Director of Channel & Alliances - USA), will be presenting "Linguamatics I2E integration with Pipeline Pilot, a workflow for streamlined text mining".
I2E is a flexible, interactive information extraction system based on Natural Language Processing (NLP). Rather than only searching for keywords, I2E interprets the meaning of unstructured text and rapidly extracts relevant facts and relationships. I2E is used by many of the world's leading pharmaceutical organizations to provide insights from thousands to millions of documents, supporting critical decision making. Linguamatics has recently joined the Accelrys ISV partner network for Pipeline Pilot development. This talk will highlight how the I2E Pipeline Pilot protocols allow for an automated, streamlined approach to text mining.
Search Engine Meeting 2010 April 26-27 2010, Boston, MA
David Milward, CTO at Linguamatics, will be presenting "From Document Search to Knowledge Discovery - Changing the Paradigm".
Business success is often dependent on making timely decisions based on the best information available. Typically, for text information this has meant using document search. However, the process can be accelerated by using agile text mining to provide decision-makers directly with answers rather than sets of documents. This presentation will review the challenges faced in bringing together diverse and extensive information resources to answer business-critical R&D questions in the pharmaceutical domain. In particular, it will outline how an agile NLP-based approach for discovering facts and relationships from free text can be used to leverage scientific knowledge, and move beyond search to automated profiling and hypothesis generation from millions of documents in real time.
Bio-IT World April 20-22 2010, Boston, MA
Winner of iPod nano prize draw - Mary Jacewicz
C-Shals 24 February 2010, Boston, MA
Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 3 February 2010, San Francisco, CA
Winner of iPod nano prize draw - Jennifer Blancas
Pharma-Bio-Med 2009 9 November 2009, Frankfurt, Germany
Bristol-Myers Squibb R&D Scientific Symposium November 9-10 2009, Princeton NJ, USA
ICIC 2009 18-21 October 2009, Sitges (Barcelona), Spain
Linguamatics Fall Users Conference and Training Workshops October 6-8 2009, Cambridge MA, USA
- William Hayes, Director, R&D IT, Biogen Idec
- Wei Liu, Associate Director, Systems Biology Analytics, Wyeth
- Raul Rodriguez-Estaban, Senior Scientist, Boehringer Ingelheim
- Jagruti Patel, Senior Information Scientist, Research Information Management, Wyeth
Linguamatics Spring Users Conference and Training Workshops May 12-14 2009, Cambridge, UK
- Ian Harrow, Senior Principal Scientist, eBiology Group, Pfizer
- James Weatherall, Clinical Biomedical Informatics Scientist, AstraZeneca
- Ralf Jaeger, Information Science, F. Hoffmann - La Roche
- Richard Williams, Senior Scientist, Lhasa
Search Engine Meeting 27-28 April 2009, Boston, MA, USA
David Milward, CTO at Linguamatics, will be presenting "Accessible knowledge discovery using agile natural language-based text mining". This presentation will review the challenges faced by the pharmaceutical industry and other knowledge-intensive industries in answering business-critical questions using diverse text resources. He will discuss a selection of case studies where an NLP-based approach for discovering relevant facts and relationships from unstructured text is delivering significant value - both in terms of improved productivity and in discovering new knowledge by combining information extracted from different sources.
Bio-IT World Conference & Expo 2009 27-29 April 2009, Boston, MA, USA
"Unlocking Toxicity Data for Structure-Activity Modeling By Semi-Automated Extraction from Study Reports"
Many of the results obtained from toxicity tests are stored in study report documents that cannot be easily interrogated to allow toxicity modeling, such as the creation of structure-activity relationships. Fully manual extraction of structured data, including numerical values, is time consuming and expensive.
This collaboration between Pfizer, Linguamatics and Lhasa has resulted in a semi-automated method which involves text mining based on natural language processing (NLP), followed by interactive curation. This talk will provide attendees an understanding of how NLP-based text mining can unlock value in legacy safety studies to support current decision-making.
Nigel Greene, Ph.D., Associate Research Fellow & Head of Computational Toxicology, Pfizer
David Milward, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Linguamatics
Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2009 25-27 February 2009, San Francisco, CA, USA
New Horizons in Toxicity Prediction 8-9 December 2008, Cambridge, UK
Pharma-Bio-Med 2008 2-5 November 2008, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Sarah McQuay, Application Specialist at Linguamatics presented the poster, "Early Identification of Potential Drug Safety Issues from Diverse Literature Resources"
ICIC 2008 19-22 October 2008, Nice, France
Linguamatics Fall Users Conference: Intelligent Answers to Drive Business Decisions October 7-9 2008, Cambridge, MA
- Katya Mantrova (Biogen Idec)
- Stuart Murray (Wyeth)
- Elgar Pichler (AstraZeneca)
- Phoebe M. Roberts (Pfizer)
- Raul Rodriguez-Esteban (Pfizer)
Beyond Genome 2008 8-11 June 2008, San Francisco, CA.
Linguamatics Users Conference 14-15 May 2008
- Guillemette Duchateau-Nguyen (Roche)
- Ian Harrow and Rob Hernandez (Pfizer)
- Ian Dix and Iain McKendrick (AstraZeneca)
Bio-IT World Conference & Expo 2008 28-30 April 2008, Boston, MA
Society of Toxicology 47th Annual Meeting (SOT 2008) 16-20 March 2008, Seattle, WA
C-Shals 2008 5-7 March 2008, Boston, MA
Pharma-Bio-Med 11-14 November 2007, Athens, Greece
ICIC 2007 21-24 October 2007, Sitges (Barcelona), Spain
Linguamatics Users Conference 18-19 October 2007
- David de Graaf (Pfizer)
- William Hayes (Biogen Idec)
- Aafia Chaudhry (Medical Knowledge Group)
- Kathryn Lavengood (Eli Lilly)
- Michael McGlashen (Pfizer)
- Julia Kozlovsky (AstraZeneca)
ERBI's 9th Annual BioPartnering Exchange Event 2007 27-29 June, Cambridge, UK
World Pharmaceutical Congress 12-13 June, Philadelphia, USA - Booth 105
Beyond Genome 2007 21-22 June, San Francisco, USA - Booth 310
2007 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo 30 April - 2 May, Boston
The European Text Analytics Summit 2007 26-27 April, Amsterdam
Linguamatics CTO David Milward spoke on "Getting Value out of Text Mining in Pharma Biotech" in association with AstraZeneca.
TACBAC 07: Therapeutic Applications of Computational Biology and Chemistry 2007, 11-13 March, Hinxton
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