Linguamatics Princeton Seminar 2015: from bench to bedside, unlocking key insights in your data

Seminar
July 16, 2015
Venue: Princeton, New Jersey, United States

During this Princeton-based seminar, we discussed how NLP technology is moving into new application areas to improve patient outcomes and unlock key insights throughout the drug-discovery process.

We heard real-life use cases of NLP text mining from a pharma and healthcare perspective including: how I2E was used to systematically identify mouse models, where a specific gene knockout led to phenotypes related to autoimmune diseases.

Plus product developments from Linguamatics and a demonstration of the new combined integrated Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) XML for Mining and I2E solution which enables you to automatically index full-text content in XML format in I2E from CCC’s database of millions of articles from major STM publishers.

Speakers included:

Text mining for knockout mice and phenotypes
Peng Zhang, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

Mining Real World Text
Smita Mitra, Johnson & Johnson

Easy access to full text articles for text mining: a new service, a new era
Copyright Clearance Center & Linguamatics

Real world data… where does text analytics fit in?
Tony Sheaffer, Senior Director, North American Sales, Linguamatics

What’s new in I2E?
Jim Dixon, Senior Application Specialist, Linguamatics

I2E in life sciences: recent developments and use cases
Susan LeBeau, Senior Director, North American Sales, Linguamatics

Using advanced NLP to improve patient care, reduce costs & enhance population health
Tony Sheaffer, Senior Director, North American Sales, Linguamatics

What was covered?

Interactive presentations from both members of the Linguamatics team and guest speakers.

See the agenda, presentation abstracts, and speaker profiles.

Approved presentation slides are available upon request for those who attended and are available on I2edia.