Data Analysis and Informatics

Answers to questions not yet asked: Informatics strategy applied to scientific questions

Monday, February 5
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: 8

The amount of scientific data generated in current life science research is too large to be analyzed without informatic tools. While automation and new statistical algorithms provide useful tools for the analysis of large amounts of data, one also needs to ask the appropriate scientific questions to pursue discovery.
This presentation will describe how we used different technologies to address the specific needs in various scientific domains in a sustainable way. Topics such as software architecture, data integration, visualization will be considered.

Yohann Potier

Senior Principal Analyst
Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research

Yohann is a Senior Principal Analyst at the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research. He studied biotechnology and informatics in France followed by a Ph.D. in computational chemistry at the University of Zurich. Yohann joined PerkinElmer Informatics (formerly CambridgeSoft) as a business analyst where he worked with various life sciences customers to deliver informatics solutions. He has been working for the past 3 years at Novartis in the Scientific Information Systems team. During this time, Yohann worked with scientists and engineers from Novartis providing Informatics tools to perform cutting edge biology research in a collaborative open science environment.

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