Bioinformatic Professionals from Bio IT World
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The Life Science Professionals Bioinformatic Professionals Database reaches professionals within pharmaceutical, biotech, healthcare, government,and academic organizations who purchase Cambridge Healthtech publications, reports, and educational products or attend life science conferences. These professionals combine the field of life science with computer informatics applications to research, analyze and develop emerging medical technologies. They require quality products and services ranging from industry publications to laboratory equipment.
This list is comprised of professionals who have job titles that include bioinformatics analyst, computational biologist, scientist, bioinformatics engineer, and biologist. They conduct medical technology research by compiling data and developing algorithms and databases to analyze genomic or other biological information. They are engaged in fields that include pharmaceuticals, medical technology, biotechnology, computer information science, and computational biology. They analyze raw data for clinical research, create web-based bioinformatics tools, and recommend technology based solutions. Their research is instrumental in medical research, developing medical devices, and developing surgical equipment and robotics. They work in contract research organizations (CROs), hospitals, government facilities, universities, and pharmacies. They rely on Cambridge Healthtech Institute to bring them the most comprehensive publications and suite of resources regarding diagnostics, healthcare advances, technology products, educational resources, and market data.
Reach professionals who have the authority to recommend or purchase industry products related to bioinformatics. They need industry publications, software, research equipment, test tubes, lab coats, PDAs, computers, networking infrastructure, bioinformatics, mobile communications, servers, electronics, DNA sequencers, genomic instrumentation, imaging equipment, robotics, LIMS, and spectrometry. They require business, financial, legal, systems integration, and contract lab services for efficient operation.
Professionals in the Life Science Professionals Bioinformatic Professionals Databaseare receptive to marketing offers from retailers, government agencies, direct mail and email marketers, computer manufacturers, software developers, IT service providers, tradeshow coordinators, industry publications, financial institutions, medical suppliers, pharmaceuticals, and continuing education providers. Multi-channel marketing is available.