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Bioinformaticians

As a bioinformatician, you are of the biomedical research transformation. Our platform is designed to help you navigate through complex data, reconcile contrasting findings, predict potential bioinformatics trends, and design advanced algorithms with ease and precision. With Causaly, uncover intricate biological correlations, identify hidden patterns, and generate actionable insights faster than ever before. Join us in accelerating biomedical research and enhancing data-driven insights, driving the future of bioinformatics and contributing to breakthroughs in healthcare and life sciences.

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Interpret Data Efficiently

Use AI to analyze vast amounts of scientific data and understand complex biological entities.

Rapid Data Interpretation

Analyze vast amounts of data at scale, and speed up the process of data interpretation and insights extraction.

Comprehensive Insights

Develop a comprehensive understanding of complex biological data, extracting valuable insights and uncovering hidden connections that may have been missed using traditional methods.

Scalable Analysis

Scale your data analysis efforts, to efficiently handle​ ​large datasets and increase research productivity.

“What I find really helpful is the ability to visualize the research in different ways - it is great to get a quick overview of how much knowledge is available.”
Principal Scientist
Top 50 Pharma
“An advantage of Causaly is where I am investigating the mechanism of action for a gene of interest - I can use the platform to understand the cellular and molecular function of the gene in the disease and it will point me towards best publications to review.”
Senior Scientist
Top 20 Pharmacy
“I love how Causaly's functionality allows me to generate hypotheses and gain inspiration whilst doing research, e.g. while exploring which tissues or cells are affected.”
Principal Scientist
Top 50 Pharma
“What I find really helpful is the ability to visualize the research in different ways - it is great to get a quick overview of how much knowledge is available.”
Principal Scientist
Top 50 Pharma
“An advantage of Causaly is where I am investigating the mechanism of action for a gene of interest - I can use the platform to understand the cellular and molecular function of the gene in the disease and it will point me towards best publications to review.”
Senior Scientist
Top 20 Pharmacy
“I love how Causaly's functionality allows me to generate hypotheses and gain inspiration whilst doing research, e.g. while exploring which tissues or cells are affected.”
Principal Scientist
Top 50 Pharma
“What I find really helpful is the ability to visualize the research in different ways - it is great to get a quick overview of how much knowledge is available.”
Principal Scientist
Top 50 Pharma

Bioinformatician Resources

The Role of Causal Inference in Drug Discovery Featured Image
Rui Miguel Forte • October 17, 2023

The Role of Causal Inference in Drug Discovery

Amidst the demand for large-scale data processing and analysis, researchers grapple with vast, diverse data, especially text-based data with its inherent complexity, high dimensionality, and lack of standardization. Navigating biopharma’s intricate regulatory demands further complicates this. Causal inference is pivotal in deciphering disease biology in this intricate environment.  

From AI to Impact: How GPT Applications are Accelerating Drug Discovery Featured Image
Anna Tzani • May 26, 2023

From AI to Impact: How GPT Applications are Accelerating Drug Discovery

Causaly cofounders Yiannis Kiachopoulos and Artur Saudabayev hosted a webinar, “From AI to Impact”, in April 2023, exploring the transformative power of AI and GPT applications in early drug discovery. During this captivating session, they demonstrated how Causaly combines visual evidence with high precision knowledge graphs to answer complex research questions in mechanistic biology.   

How LLMs like ChatGPT impact Causaly’s approach to biomedical knowledge discovery and acquisition Featured Image
Artur Saudabayev • February 21, 2023

How LLMs like ChatGPT impact Causaly’s approach to biomedical knowledge discovery and acquisition

At Causaly, we stay close to the developments in the foundational natural language processing technologies and broader AI to understand where we stand with both academic and industrial state-of-the-art.

How AI is redefining hypothesis generation in pharma research Featured Image
Andrew Taylor • June 29, 2022

How AI is redefining hypothesis generation in pharma research

It is widely recognized that the Scientific Method is fundamental for discovering new medicines. We’re all familiar with the process: a researcher poses a question, such as what causes a specific disease, then gathers all relevant information that is known about their question. Upon digesting this information, they formulate a hypothesis and design experiments to […]

Causaly announces ISO 27001 certification Featured Image
Maria Tella • June 28, 2022

Causaly announces ISO 27001 certification

We are proud to announce a major milestone for Causaly: successfully passing ISO 27001 certification.

Leveraging AI in early stage drug discovery and due diligence: Autobahn Labs & Causaly webinar Featured Image
Yiannis Kiachopoulos • July 7, 2021

Leveraging AI in early stage drug discovery and due diligence: Autobahn Labs & Causaly webinar

Causaly and Autobahn Labs – an early stage drug discovery incubator launched by Evotec, Samsara Biocapital and KCK – co-hosted a joint webinar on the 29th of June

The Causaly Machine-Reading Platform: From finding documents to finding evidence – ODSC Featured Image
Yiannis Kiachopoulos • April 28, 2021

The Causaly Machine-Reading Platform: From finding documents to finding evidence – ODSC

Causaly’s CTO, Artur Saudabayev, hosted an ODSC seminar on the 30th of March addressing the problem of the rapidly growing body of knowledge in biomedicine and the inability of current research methods to accommodate this growth.