Ingenuity Systems lands deal with Cornell; Virtify and Huron join forces;

> Ingenuity Systems has won a contract from Weill Cornell Medical College to provide its analysis software to genetics researchers. Item

> Extedo has integrated its PcVmanager drug safety software with Medidata Solutions' ($MDSO) flagship Rave software for clinical trials. Release

> Virtify and Huron Consulting Group have joined forces to provide biopharma and research customers with services supported by Virtify's content management software to streamline clinical trials registration and results disclosure. Release

> A group of pharma and biotech companies known as the PML Consortium has tapped BioFortis to provide its Labmatrix and Qiagram software to aid in sharing and management data for studying adverse events. Release

> Bio-IT World profiled Kiwi software company Real Time Genomics, a tale of how computer scientists have helped solve problems in biology. Profile

> Robert Teitelman, editor of The Deal, offers a skeptical point of view on the utility of genomics in medicine. Column

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