Workshop program

The workshop will take place from 9AM-noon on January 5th in the Plaza Ballroom at the Fairmont Orchid.

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Confirmed posters

Confirmed speakers

Phil Bourne

Keynote speaker

Phil Bourne, Ph.D.
Professor, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of California – San Diego
website, SciVee

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David de Roure

David de Roure

Dave de Roure, D.Phil
Professor, Dept of Computer Science
University of Southampton, UK
website

The myExperiment approach to Open Science

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Chang-Feng Quo

Chang-Feng Quo

Chang-Feng Quo
Graduate student, Bioengineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
website

Community annotation in translational biomedical informatics: lessons from Wikipedia

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Nigam Shah

Nigam Shah

Nigam Shah, Ph.D.
Research scientist, Medical Informatics
Stanford University
website

How bio-ontologies enable open science

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Heather Piwowar

Heather Piwowar

Heather Piwowar
Graduate student, Biomedical Informatics
University of Pittsburgh
blog

Measuring the adoption of Open Science

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Unfortunately, Jon Eisen and Kaitlin Thaney can no longer attend. We hope to enable them to participate somehow or make the content of their presentations available. Details TBA.

Jon Eisen

Jon Eisen

Jon Eisen, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept of Medical Microbiology and Immunology
University of California – Davis
website, blog

Kaitlin Thaney

Kaitlin Thaney

Kaitlin Thaney
Project Manager
Science Commons
website

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