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We’re presenting!

Want to learn more about computational biology in a therapeutics context? I’ll be co-presenting with Huseyin Mehmet of Zafgen next Friday, December 7th at the Woburn Trade Center. We’ll be talking about making effective use of computational biology data for drug discovery and development, and also describing how the collaboration between Diamond Age and Zafgen… Read More »We’re presenting!

Thanksgiving 2018

It’s Thanksgiving Day, and I’d like to take a minute to say “Thank you” to the people who have made Diamond Age possible, starting with our customers. We’ll have a proper ‘Customers’ page up here soon enough, but in the meantime, thank you to Decibel Therapeutics, Voyager Therapeutics, 1CellBio, Aquinnah Pharmaceuticals, and Zafgen, Inc. As… Read More »Thanksgiving 2018

BioIT World 2018

It’s that time of year again, folks: Bioinformatics Christmas. Or is it rather Thanksgiving, where the whole family gets together whether we like it or not? Either way, I’ll be there next week, bells on and business cards in hand. I’d love to catch up with you, if you’ll be there. Send an email or… Read More »BioIT World 2018

The Sketchy Data Collector and the Problem with Repeated Measurements

I’ve been asked before to explain how repeated measurements can impact statistical models. We often bake repeated measurements – more than one measurement take on the same person, the same experimental animal, etc – into our experiments. They can give us more confidence in noisy data. The downside is that they do need to be… Read More »The Sketchy Data Collector and the Problem with Repeated Measurements

BioIT World 2017

Last week was the annual BioIT World Convention and Expo. It’s three days of talks, workshops, and row upon row of technology solutions vendors putting their best foot forward. Also, biotech folks from all over the country converge upon Boston, so I get to catch up with many colleagues I see but once a year.… Read More »BioIT World 2017