AMIA2016: TrialX Exhibiting and Launching New Researchkit Study App Builder!
TrialX is excited to participate and exhibit at AMIA 2016, the 40th anniversary of the annual symposia conducted by the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA). AMIA describes itself as the “professional home of leading informaticians: clinicians, scientists, researchers, educators, students, and other informatics professionals who rely on data to connect people, information, and technology.”
TrialX is exhibiting at booth# 211.
We are launching our new product App Bakery at the conference. App Bakery is a DIY platform to make your own ResearchKit app in minutes.
On Tuesday, November 15, 2016 TrialX CEO Dr. Sharib Khan and CTO Dr. Chintan Patel will be presenting App Bakery: A DIY Platform to “Bake” Cross-platform Mobile Research Study Apps leveraging Apple’s ResearchKit and Consumer Wearables in the 1:40-2:00 PM slot in Learning Showcase presentations.
In addition, get a first hand feel of our TrialX Nexus products like the award winning clinical trial management system iConnect, currently being used by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center , New York University, and University of Pennysylvania among others.
We look forward to some great Tutorials and AMIA working group Pre-symposia that aim to promote formal in-depth treatment and discussions on topics like #BigData, #mhealth, #researchkit, #patientengagement, genome privacy and security, computational phenotyping methods, analysis of human interactive behavior, and many more, from incredible and highly experienced industry thought leaders coming from Harvard Medical School, The New York Academy of Medicine, Vanderbilt University, Cornell University, and Mayo Clinic to name a few.
Besides the informative sessions on informatics, AMIA is offering various fun activities during the week – like the fun run, the 1 minute “Why Informatics” video contest and the AMIA 2016 Special Networking events.
We will be at booth number 211 at AMIA 2016, 13-15 November, Chicago. Look forward to seeing folks there!