PIUG 2015 Biotechnology Conference
Maximizing Value in Biotechnology Searching with New Technologies and Trends
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Monday, February 16, through Friday, February 20
PIUG 2015 Biotechnology Conference Presentations – February 2015
PIUG Biotechnology Conference presentation files are provided to PIUG members with permission of the presenters. Further distribution is limited to current PIUG members. PIUG is an organization of individuals and not companies, so sharing presentation files with colleagues who are not PIUG members is against PIUG policy. We welcome new members and renewals per the PIUG Membership Benefits page.
Abstracts, author biographies, and the full program are available on the Final Program page.
Download the full PIUG 2015 Biotech Conference Book just as printed and distributed at the conference.
Jeannette L.A. Fiala published a report summarizing the conference: PIUG 2015 Biotechnology Conference, South San Francisco, February 2015, World Patent Information, 42, 38-39 (2015). Copyright 2010 Elsevier Ltd.. Permission_from_RightsLink
FTO and Patentability Searches: Meeting Business Goals, Michelle Lewis, Genentech
Updates and initiatives from the US, John Cabeca, USPTO
Integrating Sequence Results with Multiple Patent Sources to Provide Better Reports and Visualizations. Part 1, Monica Weiss-Nolen, Sanofi
Integrating Sequence Results with Multiple Patent Sources to Provide Better Reports and Visualizations. Part 2, John Willmore, BizInt Solutions, Inc.
Do biotech patent landscapes reflect global innovation indices? A cross-platform analysis?, Heinz Mueller, Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property
Integrated Keyword and Biological Sequence Searching in the Life Sciences, Henk Heus, GenomeQuest
Patent Searching for Predictive Biomarkers for Use in Cancer Treatment, Leah Sandvoss, Pfizer
Text-mining Patents for Antibody Drug Conjugates, Julia Heinrich, Bristol Myers Squibb
Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) Workshop, Jerry Lorengo and Kortney L. Klinkel, Director at USPTO
Combination Sets in CPC, Kortney L. Klinkel, Examiner at USPTO
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