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Advanced information technology support for life sciences research

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Advanced information technology support for life sciences research
The revolution in life sciences research brought about by the sequencing of the human genome creates new challenges for scientists and new opportunities for computing support organizations. This may involve significant shifts in computing support strategies, particularly as regards interacting with life sciences researchers who maintain a medical practice. This paper describes Indiana University’s experience in a large-scale initiative in supporting life sciences research, as well as several strategies and suggestions relevant to colleges and universities of any size. Computing organizations and support professionals have many opportunities to facilitate and accelerate life sciences research. Categories and Subject Descriptors J.3 Life and Medical Sciences K.6 Management of Computing and Information Systems General Terms Documentation, human factors, management Keywords Life sciences, computational biology, bioinformatics
Craig A. Stewart, David Hart, Anurag Shankar, Eric
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where SIGUCCS
Authors Craig A. Stewart, David Hart, Anurag Shankar, Eric A. Wernert, Richard Repasky, Mary Papakhian, Andrew D. Arenson, Gerry Bernbom
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