MS, Director of Bioinformatics Solutions, HPE
Phong is currently the Director of Bioinformatics Solutions at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, focusing on how high performance computing is enabling personalized medicine through genomic workflow acceleration. Previously, he was the Global Marketing Lead for Life Sciences Solutions at Hewlett-Packard, focusing on high performance computing for Life Sciences research. Prior to joining HP, Phong held positions at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and he co-founded and was Director of the North Texas Enterprise Center for Medical Technology (NTEC). Phong has spent his career working with start-up ventures from the development of a concept or idea, to securing funding, to a company’s exit. He is a proven strategist and visionary entrepreneur with over 20 years of hands-on experience in developing markets for ground breaking technologies, building interdisciplinary teams, securing strategic alliances, raising venture and private equity funding, and transforming conceptual start-ups into fully functional enterprises.
Preparing for the Next Step in Genomic Analysis
The pace and scale of genomics research is now less defined by the science itself than by the computational and storage architectures used to extract insight from the genomic data generated. This session focuses on how to enable genomic workflow acceleration through a converged compute and data management platform.
Session Abstract – PMWC 2017 Silicon Valley
Session Synopsis: Enabling the oncology community to harness the power of clinical data and electronic health care records to improve standard care requires data sharing, aggregation, and harmonization of research-grade datasets, including a supportive infrastructure. This session focuses on novel partnerships and high performance computing, that enable clinical workflow acceleration and decision making for precision medicine.