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In Data Science, A Pioneer Practitioner’s Portfolio of Algorithm-based Decision Support Systems for Operations Management in Several Industrial Verticals: Analytics Designer, Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN

An overview of Data Science as a discipline is presented in

Data Science & Analytics: What do Data Scientists Do in 2020 and a Pioneer Practitioner’s Portfolio of Algorithm-based Decision Support Systems for Operations Management in Several Industrial Verticals

 

On this landscape about IT, The Internet, Analytics, Statistics, Big Data, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, I am to tell stories on my own pioneering work in data science, Algorithm-based decision support systems design for different organizations in several sectors of the US economy:

Images on 12/7/2019

  • Startups:
  1. TimeØ Group – The leader in Digital Marketplaces Design
  2. Concept Five Technologies, Inc. – Commercialization of DoD funded technologies
  3. MDSS, Inc. – SAAS in Analytical Services
  4. LPBI Group – Pharmaceutical & Media
  • Top Tier Management Consulting: SRI International, Monitor Group;
  • OEM: Amdahl Corporation;
  • Top 6th System Integrator: Perot System Corporation;
  • FFRDC: MITRE Corporation.
  • Publishing industry: was Director of Research at McGraw-Hill/CTB.
  • Northeastern University, Researcher on Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy at Bouve College of Health Sciences (Independent research guided by Professor of Pharmacology)

Type of institutions:

  • For-Profit corporations: Amdahl Corp, PSC, McGraw-Hill
  • For-Profit Top Tier Consulting: Monitor Company, Now Deloitte
  • Not-for-Profit Top Tier Consulting: SRI International
  • FFRDC: MITRE
  • Pharmaceutical & Media Start up in eScientific Publishing: LPBI Group:
  1. Developers of Curation methodology for e-Articles [N = 5,700],
  2. Developers of electronic Table of Contents for e-Books in Medicine [N = 16, https://lnkd.in/ekWGNqA] and
  3. Developers of Methodologies for real time press coverage and production of e-Proceedings of Biotech Conferences [N = 70].

 

Autobiographical Annotations: Tribute to My Professors

 

Pioneering implementations of analytics to business decision making: contributions to domain knowledge conceptualization, research design, methodology development, data modeling and statistical data analysis: Aviva Lev-Ari, UCB, PhD’83; HUJI MA’76

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2018/05/28/pioneering-implementations-of-analytics-to-business-decision-making-contributions-to-domain-knowledge-conceptualization-research-design-methodology-development-data-modeling-and-statistical-data-a/

Recollections of Years at UC, Berkeley, Part 1 and Part 2

  • Recollections: Part 1 – My days at Berkeley, 9/1978 – 12/1983 – About my doctoral advisor, Allan Pred, other professors and other peers

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2018/03/15/recollections-my-days-at-berkeley-9-1978-12-1983-about-my-doctoral-advisor-allan-pred-other-professors-and-other-peer/

  • Recollections: Part 2 – “While Rolling” is preceded by “While Enrolling” Autobiographical Alumna Recollections of Berkeley – Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD’83

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2018/05/24/recollections-part-2-while-rolling-is-preceded-by-while-enrolling-autobiographical-alumna-recollections-of-berkeley-aviva-lev-ari-phd83/

Accomplishments

The Digital Age Gave Rise to New Definitions – New Benchmarks were born on the World Wide Web for the Intangible Asset of Firm’s Reputation: Pay a Premium for buying e-Reputation

For @AVIVA1950, Founder, LPBI Group @pharma_BI: Twitter Analytics [Engagement Rate, Link Clicks, Retweets, Likes, Replies] & Tweet Highlights [Tweets, Impressions, Profile Visits, Mentions, New Followers] https://analytics.twitter.com/user/AVIVA1950/tweets

Thriving at the Survival Calls during Careers in the Digital Age – An AGE like no Other, also known as, DIGITAL

Professional Self Re-Invention: From Academia to Industry – Opportunities for PhDs in the Business Sector of the Economy

Reflections on a Four-phase Career: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RNMarch 2018

Was prepared for publication in American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU), May 2018 Newsletter, Hebrew University’s HUJI Alumni Spotlight Section.

Aviva Lev-Ari’s profile was up on 5/3/2018 on AFHU website under the Alumni Spotlight at https://www.afhu.org/

On 5/11/2018, Excerpts were Published in AFHU e-news.

https://us10.campaign-archive.com/?u=5c25136c60d4dfc4d3bb36eee&id=757c5c3aae&e=d09d2b8d72

https://www.afhu.org/2018/05/03/aviva-lev-ari/

 

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Funding Research by Lottery?: How Lucky Do You Feel After Submitting a Grant

Reporter: Stephen J. Williams, Ph.D.

A recent article in Nature: “Science Funders Gamble on Grant Lotteries” discusses an odd twist to the anxiety most researchers feel after submitting grants to an agency.  Now, along with the hours of fretting over details and verbiage in a grant application, it appears that not only great science, but the luck of the draw may be necessary to get your work funded.  The article, by David Adam, discusses the funding strategy of the Health Research Council of New Zealand, which since 2015, has implemented a strategy of awarding grants through random selection.  Although limited in scope and size (mainly these grants are on very highly speculative and potentially transformative research and awards are usually less that $150,000 NZD) was meant to promote the applicants in submitting more risky ideas that are usually submitted in traditional peer reviewed grants.

Random chance will create more openness to ideas that are not in the mainstream

–  Margit Osterloh, economist at University of Zurich

Margit also mentions that many mid-ranking applications which are never funded could benefit from such a lottery system.

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SSFS) is also experimenting with this idea of random selection.  The Health Research Council states the process in not entirely random.  A computer selects the projects at random based on a random number generator.  A panel then decides if they are a reasonably good and well written application.

Some researchers have felt this random process could help eliminate much bias that can be baked into the traditional peer review process.  However there are many who feel the current process of peer review panels are a necessary and rigorous step in the granting process, analyzing applications which would most likely have the best chances to succeed based on the rigor of the proposed science.

However Osterloh feels that the lottery idea produces a humbling effect. As Margit said

If you know you have got a grant or a publication which is selected partly randomly, then you will know very well you are not the king of the Universe

Humility in science: a refreshing idea.  However the lottery idea will not mean that scientists need not prepare a careful and well written application.  Applications that are ranked very low would not be in the lottery.  However, if one feels lucky, maybe the obscene hours of worrying about each sentence written, or that figures for preliminary data should be altered at the 11th hour before submission might be a thing of the past.

Of course if you are a lucky person.

 

 

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GenomeWeb acquisition by Crain Communication announced on 9/6/2019

Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN

 

CRAIN COMMUNICATIONS INC ACQUIRES ONLINE NEWS ORGANIZATION GENOMEWEB

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 6, 2019

Crain Communications Inc has acquired GenomeWeb, an online news organization serving the global community of scientists, technology professionals and executives who use and develop the latest advanced tools in molecular biology research and molecular diagnostics.

GenomeWeb’s editorial mission is to cover the scientific and economic ecosystem spurred by the advent of high-throughput genome sequencing. The brand operates the largest online newsroom focused on advanced molecular research tools in order to provide readers with exclusive news and in-depth analysis of this rapidly evolving market.

“We are excited to add GenomeWeb to our family of brands,” said KC Crain, president and chief operating officer of Crain Communications. “GenomeWeb’s history and expertise in journalism, and their commitment to top-level reporting, makes it an attractive business and a perfect complement to our family of business-to-business brands.”

The GenomeWeb team (not including remote employees) in their New York office.

GenomeWeb was launched in 1997 and currently has a staff of 30 employees located in New York. GenomeWeb’s leadership team includes Bernadette Toner, chief executive officer, and Greg Anderson, chief operating officer.

“GenomeWeb is proud to be joining a company that has supported high-quality, independent business journalism for more than a century,” Toner said. “We look forward to working with the Crain Communications team to serve our growing readership in the life science and healthcare markets.”

The official acquisition date was September 1, 2019.

GenomeWeb will join Crain’s portfolio of brands, which includes: Ad Age, Creativity, Automotive News, Automotive News Canada, Automotive News China, Automotive News Europe, Automotive News Mexico, Automobilwoche, Autoweek, Crain’s Chicago Business, Crain’s Cleveland Business, Crain’s New York Business, Crain’s Detroit Business, Modern Healthcare, Staffing Industry Analysts, Pensions & Investments, Plastics News, Plastics News Europe, Plastics News China, Rubber & Plastics News, European Rubber Journal, Tire Business, Urethanes Technology International, and Plastics & Rubber World.

About GenomeWeb

GenomeWeb is an independent online news organization based in New York. Since 1997, GenomeWeb has served the global community of scientists, technology professionals, and executives who use and develop the latest advanced tools in molecular biology research and molecular diagnostics.

GenomeWeb’s editorial mission is to cover the scientific and economic ecosystem spurred by the advent of high-throughput genome sequencing. It operates the largest online newsroom focused on advanced molecular research tools in order to provide readers with exclusive news and in-depth analysis of this rapidly evolving market.

GenomeWeb users can be found in major scientific organizations around the world, including biopharmaceutical companies, research universities, biomedical institutes, clinical labs, and government laboratories. Advertisers include leading suppliers of research tools, analytical instruments, information technology and molecular diagnostics.

To learn more about GenomeWeb, visit genomeweb.com.

About Crain Communications

Crain Communications is a privately held media company that produces trusted and relevant news publications, lead generation, research and data products, digital platforms, custom publishing, and events with uncompromising integrity. Crain’s 23 brands reach 6 million business decision-makers and consumers across the United States and in select markets in Europe and Asia. Many of Crain’s brands are the most influential media properties in the verticals they serve including Automotive NewsAutoweekAd AgeModern HealthcarePlastics News, and Pensions & Investments. Headquartered in Detroit, the company has 650 employees in 10 locations delivering exceptional news content over a variety of platforms to empower the success of its readers and clients.

To learn more about Crain Communications Inc, visit crain.com.

Contact: Ariel Black
Corporate Communications
(313) 446-6065
corp_comm@crain.com

https://www.crain.com/news/crain-communications-inc-acquires-online-news-organization-genomeweb/

 

GenomeWeb Announcement

From: GenomeWeb <customerservice@genomeweb.com>

Subject: GenomeWeb Is Joining the Crain Communications Family

Date: September 5, 2019 at 9:00:26 AM PDT

 

I’m pleased to announce that GenomeWeb has been acquired by Crain Communications, a family owned media company with a 100-year history of supporting high-quality business journalism.

GenomeWeb will remain an independent business unit under Crain. All our operations and staff will remain unchanged, as will our commitment to independent reporting on the life science and healthcare markets.

We look forward to working with the Crain team to better serve our readers’ news and information needs.

Please feel free to contact me, the GenomeWeb editorial team (editorial@genomeweb.com), or your GenomeWeb sales representative with any questions.

Thanks for reading GenomeWeb!

Bernadette Toner

CEO

 

Other related articles published on e-Scientific Publishing in this Open Access Online Scientific Publishing include the following: 

GenomeWeb Daily News Index: Future is Better for Some than for Others NanoString, Accelerate, PacBio Shares Sharply up in September; Myriad, Sequenom Down

MEDIA organizations as Followers of @pharma_BI the Official Twitter Account of LPBI Group (136 out of 505 Followers): Number of Followers’ Followers, Institutions (I) and Individuals (Persons(P)), RED = Mostly Honored to be followed by

The Digital Age Gave Rise to New Definitions – New Benchmarks were born on the World Wide Web for the Intangible Asset of Firm’s Reputation: Pay a Premium for buying e-Reputation

e-Scientific Publishing: The Competitive Advantage of a Powerhouse for Curation of Scientific Findings and Methodology Development for e-Scientific Publishing – LPBI Group, A Case in Point

FIVE Forthcoming Books on CRISPR in 2019-2020: Flooded market or CRISPR-fatigued readers – Not to Worry !!!!!

Electronic Scientific AGORA: Comment Exchanges by Global Scientists on Articles published in the Open Access Journal @pharmaceuticalintelligence.com – Four Case Studies

 

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Reporter: Stephen J. Williams, PhD @StephenJWillia2

Science and technology bring tremendous value to society in years of life and quality of life, yet the public often perceives science as difficult, irrelevant or even threatening. Moreover, the inspirational and moving stories of scientists and innovators working around the world are often hidden or misrepresented in popular culture. Whose responsibility is it to communicate science and engage the public in supporting the scientific enterprise? Can everyone be a Champion of Science and what are the solutions to enlist and engage more champions of science across generations and geographies? How do we work together to enhance transparency, accessibility and relevance of science for everyone, everywhere? Can science become more inclusive and engage hearts and not only minds?

Join this exciting session as Johnson & Johnson announces the winners of the Champions of Science – BioGENEius Storytelling Challenge, and brings together other key stakeholders in a discussion about the importance of engaging the public to fall in love in science all over again.

Sponsored by: Johnson & Johnson Innovation

Seema: We need to solve the problem of the lack of trust in scientists.  Some of JNJ winners of their acheivement program went on to become Nobel Laureates.   Arthur Horwich and Hans Ullrich won the Jannsen Award for discovering compounds that could refold proteins, including protein chaperones.  Many diseases occur because of protein misfolding like neuro-degenerative diseases.
Seema:  Great science going on in Africa.  JNJ wanted to showcase the great science in Africa. they awarded four individuals with storytelling award (Emily).
Dr. Horwich: got interested in science early on.  Worked on N terminal mitochondrial signal peptides.  also then got interested in how proteins fold and unfold and refold since the 1950s.  He had changed the thinking of how proteins are processed within cells and over many years he had worked on this.
Emily Wang:  Parents and schoolteachers prodded her curiosity in biology. The impact of day to day work of scientists is arduous but the little things can lead to advances that may help people.  If passionate and have a great mentor then can get a foot in the door.  Worked at Stanford in the lab.
Dr. Mukherjee: He likes to cure diseases, physican first, scientist second, writer third but he doesn’t separate this.  In older times scientists wrote to think and true today. How we visualize the word, or use our hands, is similar.  He takes the word translational research very seriously.  Can you say in one sentence how this will help patients in three years?
There are multitude ways of love for science.
Dr. Pinela: loved asking big question and loved storytelling but asking bigger questions. Moved from Columbia and moved to US; loved the freedom and government funding situation at that time.  Need the training and mentorship so mentors are a very big aspect in innovation as it led her to entrepreneurship.  We need to use technology to disrupt and innovate.
Nsikin:  A lot of mentors nurture curiosity.  People like to see them in that story of curiosity.  That is how is bases the PBS science videos: did  a study on engagement and people wants a morality, and a science identity (an inner nerd in all of us i.e. spark the interest).  The feedback if they focus on this has been positive.

Please follow LIVE on TWITTER using the following @ handles and # hashtags:

@Handles

@pharma_BI

@AVIVA1950

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“If the whole world switches to open access since the scholarly community wants this, it would be a world without subscriptions”

Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, UC, Berkeley, PhD’83, Editor-in-Chief, PharmaceuticalIntelligence.com – Open Access since 4/2012, 1,585,184 e-Readers, 5,503 articles. @AVIVA1950 is followed by 360 who’s Followers are 2.5 Millions

 

Why did UC decide to end negotiations today?

Elsevier made a new, quite complex, but novel proposal to us at the end of January. On Monday, our negotiating team gave them a written response outlining our appreciation for Elsevier’s effort, but saying that conditions had to be met for us to sign a contract, and that we thought we were pretty far apart. We knew if they couldn’t accommodate us, there was not much point in continuing to negotiate at this time.

Elsevier wanted to keep meeting with us, and we have a meeting scheduled for tomorrow (Friday), but yesterday they approached our faculty directly — faculty who are editors of Elsevier journals, who they have working relationships with — and also the media, and presented a rosy view of the offer they’d made to us. Their characterization of the offer left things out, and they didn’t mention what we’d proposed as conditions. They went public with it. So, we announced the end.

We knew all along it was going to be difficult for Elsevier to change its ways to our satisfaction. We had hoped they’d see the light, that the publishing industry is changing, and that they could help lead the way.

What did each side want the most, and why?

From the very beginning, we had two goals: a reduction in costs — we pay about $11 million a year to Elsevier in subscription fees, which is 25 percent of UC system-wide journal costs — and default open access publication for UC authors: that is, that Elsevier would publish an author’s work open access unless the author didn’t want to. This is consistent with the UC faculty senate’s goal of all work being published open access.

We also wanted a contract that integrated a paid subscription with open access publishing fees. It would have been a transformative agreement, one that would shift payments for reading journal articles into payments for publishing them, and publishing them open access.

Elsevier eventually offered to do something like what we wanted, for open access, but they wanted to charge us a lot more. Our current calculations are that they would have increased the amount of our payments by 80 percent — an additional $30 million over a three-year contract.

Open access would eventually mean fewer subscriptions for Elsevier. But we don’t think they would lose, in the long run, by charging for publishing rather than by charging for reading. The transition the industry is making to open access is a feasible path forward, so that more universities don’t cancel their licenses for the same reasons we did.

If the whole world switches to open access, which we think it will at some point since the scholarly community wants this, it would be a world without subscriptions. But it would be a world where people would still want and need to publish their work in peer-reviewed journals, and there’s always a cost for that.

Doe Library

Berkeley’s University Library was a key player in negotiations with Elsevier. (Photo by J. Pierre Carrillo for the University Library)

Have other universities made the same decision?

In the U.S., we’re the first university system to do this with open access as the main issue.

But all of the universities in Germany canceled two years ago for the same reason. The Max Planck Society (the leading research organization in Germany) also did. The university alliance in Sweden canceled last spring, and the university alliance in Hungary canceled in December. Several other national alliances in Europe are trying to negotiate a similar contract with Elsevier.

Is this a goal of UC, to be a model institution for open access?

SOURCE

https://news.berkeley.edu/2019/02/28/why-uc-split-with-publishing-giant-elsevier/

 

Other related articles published in this Open Access Online Scientific Journal include the following:

University of California accounts for nearly 10% of all published research in the United States. It’s also a significant partner of Elsevier, which publishes about 18% of all UC output and collects more than 25% of the university’s $40-million overall subscription budget.

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2018/12/09/university-of-california-accounts-for-nearly-10-of-all-published-research-in-the-united-states-its-also-a-significant-partner-of-elsevier-which-publishes-about-18-of-all-uc-o/

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eScientific Publishing a Case in Point: Evolution of Platform Architecture Methodologies and of Intellectual Property Development (Content Creation by Curation) Business Model

Author: Aviva Lev- Ari, PhD, RN

 

Six demonstrations that justify the claims made in our 2019 VISION:

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/vision/

  • Point #1: Top Author, Chief Scientific Officer, MD, FCAP – share in the Journal’s archive computed
  • Point #2: Top authors by e-Readers per article – A Team at work
  • Point #3: Team members Led by Key Opinion Leader [https://lnkd.in/eEyn69r] generated Intellectual Property (IP) of Three Asset Classes
  • Point #4: Functions and Forms by Asset Class
  • Point #5: SYNERGY among the Three Asset Classes stimulates Value Creation
  • Point #6: Plan for Team membership augmentation and Training under existing Leadership and New Ownership

 

POINT #1: Top Author, Chief Scientific Officer, a retired Chief of Pathology, LHB, MD, FCAP – share in the Journal’s archive computed

Journal archive has 5,486 articles published

LHB has published 1,390 articles = 25.33% – he joined our team with a publication list of +200 articles in referred academic journals. LHB is co-curator of many articles with many of the team members

  • The Young Surgeon and The Retired Pathologist: On Science, Medicine and HealthCare Policy– The Best Writers Among the WRITERS

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2013/12/10/the-young-surgeon-and-the-retired-pathologist-on-science-medicine-and-healthcare-policy-best-writers-among-the-writers/

 

POINT #2: Top authors by e-Readers per article – A Team at work

Click on this link to review the contributions of Team members who’s articles achieved >1,000 Views.

  • Article Title, Author/Curator’s Name and Article Views >1,000, 4/2012 – 1/2019 @pharmaceuticalintelligence.com

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2019/01/30/article-title-author-curators-name-and-article-views-1000-4-2012-1-2018-pharmaceuticalintelligence-com/

 

POINT #3: Team members led by Key Opinion Leader (KOL) [https://lnkd.in/eEyn69r] generated Intellectual Property (IP) of Three Asset Classes

 

List of LPBI IP Assets by Asset Class representing a Team Effort

 

  • IP Asset Class I: Launched Open Access Online Scientific Journal @com, 4/2012

https://lnkd.in/erfbayJ

  •  IP Asset Class II: Launched BioMed eSeries, 16-Volumes in Life Sciences and Medicine, 10/2012

BioMed e-Series: 16 Volumes – electronic Table of Contents (eTOCs) of each Volume

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2017/12/12/biomed-e-series-16-volumes-electronic-table-of-contents-of-each-volume/


Launched 6 Volumes Cardiovascular Diseases e-Series, Bundled on Amazon for $515

https://lnkd.in/e6WkMgF

Launched 10 Volumes in Medicine: Genomics 1,2  Cancer 1,2 Immunology 1,2,3  Precision Medicine 1,2,3,4

https://lnkd.in/ekWGNqA

 

  • IP Asset Class III: Launched Real Time Press Coverage of Biotech Conferences, 3/2013

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/press-coverage/

Part One: The Process of Real Time Coverage using Social Media

Part Two: List of BioTech Conferences 2013 to Present

Part Three: Conference eProceedings DELIVERABLES & Social Media Analytics

 

POINT #4: FUNCTIONS and FORMS by ASSET CLASS

 

LPBI Group’s IP:VENTURE’s Future Potential
IP Asset Class I
https://lnkd.in/erfbayJ
IP Asset Class II
https://lnkd.in/ekWGNqA
IP Asset Class III
https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/press-coverage/
Open Access Journal– M1.5 e-Readers,- 5.5K articles- 670 categories,- 7.3K comments- 10K Tags
BioMed E-Series– 16 Volumes- 5 Specialties in Medicine- 6 Volumes Cardiovascular Diseases e-Series, Bundled on Amazon for $515https://lnkd.in/e6WkMgF
Real Time Coverage BioTech/Medicine Conferences– eProceedings- Real Time Tweets on- Two Twitter Handles- Conference Hash Tags@pharma_BI@AVIVA1950- Part Two: List of BioTech Conferences 2013 to Present
Editor-in-Chief’sLeadership:- Senior Editors- Our Team
Our Team’s Product
https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/contributors-biographies/
Senior Editors’ Product with Our Team
https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/contributors-biographies/senior-editors/https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/contributors-biographies/
Editor-in-Chief’s Initiative
https://lnkd.in/eEyn69r
Architecture   Methodologies for ourPlatforms
·       Multi-Authoring Platform – wordpress.com·       Authoring Privilege levels·       Categories of research forming the Journal’s Ontology, a Dynamic Relational and Hierarchical database Multi-Authoring architecture·       Generation of new categories by authors developing the categories they are Owners of·       Article update policy
·       eTOCs design by Editors·       e-Book Style uniformity across all eSeries·       Structure of eBook Parts·       Structure of Chapters·       Structure of Articles·       Commission of Articles Specifically for given e-Books by Editor-in-Chief·       Overarching guidance for e-Books within each eSeries and across eSeries
·       Part One: The Process of Real Time Coverage using Social Media·       Methodology for Conference Coverage using Social Media: 2014 MassBio Annual Meeting 4/3 – 4/4 2014, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, MA·       Template Development Process·       Channels of Social Media Development
Business ModelDevelopment: Content Creation by Curation of Scientific Findings
·       Author/Curator initiated article·       Article Commissions by Editor-in-Chief·       Co-Curations·       Research Category Ownership·       e-Books Editors role defined (Job description)
·       e-Books in Kindle Store·       30,000 Oncologists in the US·       40,000 Cardiologists in the US·       All Primary Care Physicians·       All Medical Schools for Curriculum development·       Global market for Medical EducationALL BioMed 16 Volumes [$515+$190+$175+$190+$274 = $1,344]@Amazon BUNDLED 6 Volumes Cardiovascular Diseases for $515https://lnkd.in/e6WkMgF@Amazon UNBUNDLED 10 Volumeshttps://lnkd.in/ekWGNqA·       Genomics 1,2 ($190)·       Cancer 1,2 ($175)·       Metabolomics, Immunology, Infectious Diseases 1,2,3 (#190)·       Precision Medicine 1,2,3,4 ($274)
·       The market is defined as “All Biotech Conferences Organizers around the Globe” in need to own eProceedings for their Conferences for electronic dissemination to conference attendees.·       Digital Archive of Conferences eProceedingsPart Three: Conference eProceedings DELIVERABLES & Social Media Analytics
 
IP Asset Class III
https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/press-coverage/
Real Time Coverage BioTech/Medicine Conferences
– eProceedings
– Real Time Tweets on
– Two Twitter Handles
– Conference Hash Tags
@pharma_BI
@AVIVA1950
Part Two: List of BioTech Conferences 2013 to Present
Editor-in-Chief’s Initiative
https://lnkd.in/eEyn69r
·       Part One: The Process of Real Time Coverage using Social Media
·       Methodology for Conference Coverage using Social Media: 2014 MassBio Annual Meeting 4/3 – 4/4 2014, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, MA
·       Template Development Process
·       Channels of Social Media Development
·       The market is defined as “All Biotech Conferences Organizers around the Globe” in need to own eProceedings for their Conferences for electronic dissemination to conference attendees.
·       Digital Archive of Conferences eProceedings
Part Three: Conference eProceedings DELIVERABLES & Social Media Analytics

POINT #4 (IN DETAIL): Functions and Forms by Asset Class

 

IP Asset Class I: The Journal

 

The Methodology of Curation for Scientific Research Findings

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2014/07/30/the-methodology-of-curation-for-scientific-research-findings/

 

>> Evolution of Platform Architecture Methodologies: 

  • Multi-Authoring Platform – wordpress.com
  • Authoring Privilege levels
  • Categories of research forming the Journal’s Ontology, a Dynamic Relational and Hierarchical database Multi-Authoring architecture
  • Generation of new categories by authors developing the categories they are Owners of
  • Article update policy

 

>> Intellectual Property Development (Content Creation by Curation) Business Model 

  • Author/Curator initiated article
  • Article Commissions by Editor-in-Chief
  • Co-Curations
  • Research Category Ownership
  • e-Books Editors role defined (Job description)

 

IP Asset Class II: BioMed e-Series

 

> Evolution of Platform Architecture Methodologies

Cardiovascular Original Research: Cases in Methodology Design for Content Curation and Co-Curation

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2013/07/29/cardiovascular-original-research-cases-in-methodology-design-for-content-curation-and-co-curation/

  • eTOCs design by Editors
  • e-Book Style uniformity across all eSeries
  • Structure of eBook Parts
  • Structure of Chapters
  • Structure of Articles
  • Commission of Articles Specifically for given e-Books by Editor-in-Chief
  • Overarching guidance for e-Books within each eSeries and across eSeries

 

> Intellectual Property Development (Content Creation by Curation) Business Model 

 

  • e-Books in Kindle Store
  • 30,000 Oncologists in the US
  • 40,000 Cardiologists in the US
  • US & Global markets for Cardiology, Genomics, Cancer, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Precision Medicine
  • All Primary Care Physicians
  • All Medical Schools for Curriculum development
  • Global market for Medical Education

 

ALL BioMed 16 Volumes [$515+$190+$175+$190+$274 = $1,344]

@Amazon BUNDLED 6 Volumes Cardiovascular Diseases for $515 https://lnkd.in/e6WkMgF

@Amazon UNBUNDLED 10 Volumes in #Medicine https://lnkd.in/ekWGNqA

  • Genomics 1,2 ($190)
  • Cancer 1,2 ($175)
  • Metabolomics, Immunology, Infectious Diseases 1,2,3 (#190)
  • Precision Medicine 1,2,3,4 ($274)

 

Series A – Cardiovascular Diseases – 6 volumes $515

 

Series B – Genomics 1,2  – 2 volumes $190

  • VOLUME 1: Genomics Orientations for Personalized Medicine. On comsince 11/23/2015

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B018DHBUO6

  • VOLUME 2: Latest in Genomics Methodologies for Therapeutics: Gene Editing, NGS & BioInformatics, Simulations and the Genome Ontology

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/biomed-e-books/genomics-orientations-for-personalized-medicine/volume-two-genomics-methodologies-ngs-bioinformatics-simulations-and-the-genome-ontology/

Volume 2 is Work-in-Progress To Be Published in 6/2019 at $115

 

Series C – Cancer & Oncology $175 

  • VOLUME 1 Cancer Biology Genomics

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B013RVYR2K

  • VOLUME 2 Therapies Genomics Interventional Immunotherapy Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B071VQ6YYK

 

Series D – Metabolomics, Immunology, Infectious Diseases $190

  • VOLUME 1 Metabolomics

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B012BB0ZF0

  • VOLUME 2 Infectious Diseases & VOLUME 3 Immunology

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075CXHY1B

 

Series E Precision Medicine – Four Volumes, Volumes 1,2,3,4 at $274

  • Patients Voices

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076HGB6MZ

  • Physiology and Therapeutics

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078313281

  • Medical Discoveries: Genomics Therapeutics

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B019VH97LU

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IP Asset Class III: Real Time Coverage of BioTech Conferences

 

>> Evolution of Platform Architecture Methodologies

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2014/04/07/methodology-for-conference-coverage-using-social-media-2014-massbio-annual-meeting-43-44-2014-royal-sonesta-hotel-cambridge-ma/

  • Template Development Process
  • Channels of Social Media Development

 

>> Intellectual Property Development (Content Creation by Curation) Business Model 

  • The market is defined as “All Biotech Conferences Organizers around the Globe” in need to own eProceedings for their Conferences for electronic dissemination to conference attendees.
  • Digital Archive of Conferences eProceedings

 

POINT #5: SYNERGY among the Three Asset Classes stimulates Value Creation

 

  • Concepts from +60 Conferences I covered yielded ~300 new articles, five new per conference, at least
  • Electronic Table of Contents [eTOCs] for each e-Book of the [1,2,3..,16] is derived from the Research categories of the Journal
  • Journal Ontology has 700 Research Categories – knowledge architecture designed by experts
  • Every article in the Journal is connected with Social Media Icons on wordpress.com as an engine for
  1. Pingbacks
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  4. +7,300 Scientific comments on 5,486 articles published – AGORA  

Electronic Scientific AGORA: Comment Exchanges by Global Scientists on Articles published in the Open Access Journal @pharmaceuticalintelligence.com – Four Case Studies

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2018/04/10/electronic-scientific-agora-comment-exchanges-by-global-scientists-on-articles-published-in-the-open-access-journal-pharmaceuticalintelligence-com-four-case-studies/

 

POINT #6: Plan for Team membership augmentation and Training under existing Leadership and New Ownership

Work-in-Progress

 

 

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https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2017/05/06/case-studies-of-innovations-in-electronic-scientific-publishing-esp-marketing-econtent-curation-methodology-categories-of-research-functions-interdisciplinary-conceptual-innovations-by-cross-sec/

 

e-Scientific Publishing: The Competitive Advantage of a Powerhouse for Curation of Scientific Findings and Methodology Development for e-Scientific Publishing – LPBI Group, A Case in Point

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2017/06/20/e-scientific-publishing-the-competitive-advantage-of-a-powerhouse-for-curation-of-scientific-findings-and-methodology-development-for-e-scientific-publishing-lpbi-group-a-case-in-point/

 

The Methodology of Curation for Scientific Research Findings

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2014/07/30/the-methodology-of-curation-for-scientific-research-findings/

 

@PharmaceuticalIntelligence.com – A Case Study on the LEADER in Curation of Scientific Findings

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2017/06/29/pharmaceuticalintelligence-com-a-case-study-on-the-leader-in-curation-of-scientific-findings/

 

Curation of Scientific Content @Leaders in Pharmaceutical Business Intelligence (LPBI) Group, Boston

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2016/08/15/curation-of-scientific-content-leaders-in-pharmaceutical-business-intelligence-lpbi-group-boston/

 

Scientific Curation Fostering Expert Networks and Open Innovation: Lessons from Clive Thompson

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2014/07/17/scientific-curation-fostering-expert-networks-and-open-innovation-lessons-from-clive-thompson-and-others/

 

Cardiovascular Diseases and Pharmacological Therapy: Curations by Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN, 2006 – 4/2018

https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2014/04/17/cardiovascular-diseases-and-pharmacological-therapy-curations-by-aviva-lev-ari-phd-rn/

 

Methodology for Conference Coverage using Social Media: 2014 MassBio Annual Meeting 4/3 – 4/4 2014, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, MA

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