A highly interactive opportunity to present your software, big data discoveries, and big data resources and to discuss how to leverage our California-based BD2K efforts into further consortia activities for large-scale biomedical science and training
This upscale beachfront resort and spa alongside Highway 1 is 5 miles from the Newport Pier and 7.2 miles from Mile Square Regional Park. The modern, polished rooms and suites feature free WiFi, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, as well as private patios or balconies. Upgraded rooms and suites include separate living and sleeping areas, while club rooms provide access to a lounge serving free continental breakfast and evening snacks. Suites have additional bathrooms with whirlpool tubs.
07:30am - 08:15amBreakfast
08:15am - 08:30amWelcome, Review of the Agenda
08:30am - 08:45amReport from NIH on BD2K Program
08:45am - 03:00pmBD2K Center Tools and Interactions with NIH Community.
How have your tools and/or research enhanced discovery, enabled collaboration and served the scientific community?
09:15am-09:30amTranslational Genomics/UC Santa Cruz
10:45am-11:00amBD2K Coordinating Center
11:15am-11:30amR25 program – BD REAP
11:30am-2:00pmWorking Lunch: Big Data – Hands-on Solutions and Approaches
o Poster session
o Hackathon: Participants demonstrate software for BD2K colleagues
o Food in the Red Chair Lounge Patio
03:00pm - 05:00pmThe Future of Biomedical Big Data
Discussion, Solutions & Approaches
Questions like: What is the Data Commons vision regarding hosting massive datasets with multiple formats?