Join Us: a Research and Data Event for All

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Big Data is more than a buzzword… come explore the application of data to clinical practice and the evolution of biomedical research.  We have it all at our Research Data & Technology Fair.  Two nationally known speakers, a panel of UVa innovators, and exhibitors from all over Grounds ready to let you know about research support services.  Oh, and we have lunch covered too.

Save your spot (and reserve a lunch!) now by registering at http://guides.hsl.virginia.edu/research-fair.

More details are below and we hope to see you on October 25th!  For questions about the Fair, please contact Bart Ragon, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, at bart@virginia.edu

Program Highlights:

Two Nationally Known Speakers

Atul Butte, MD, PhD, Stanford University and TED Talk speaker
“Translating a trillion points of data into therapies, diagnostics, and new insights into disease”

Michael Huerta, PhD, NIH’s Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K)
“Exa, Zetta, Yotta: More Data – More Progress”

More Info: http://guides.hsl.virginia.edu/research-fair-speakers

UVa Innovations Panel
Hear from UVa faculty about pioneering initiatives that are changing science, including an update on UVa’s Big Data Institute.

More info: http://guides.hsl.virginia.edu/research-fair-panelists

UVa Poster Exhibits
Visit with our UVa exhibitors over coffee and a mid-morning snack.  Find out about statistical consulting services, technology-enabled learning spaces, data visualization, bioinformatics resources, and new tools and services to help you navigate the research landscape on Grounds.

More info: http://guides.hsl.virginia.edu/research-fair-exhibits

Lunch
Did we mention free lunch?  Register before October 18th and lunch is on us.

For a full agenda, speaker information, list of exhibitors, and a link to register, visit the Fair Web site at http://guides.hsl.virginia.edu/research-fair.

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