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
The Hyatt Vineyard Creek Resort, set in heart of Sonoma wine country, is modeled after a Tuscan villa. There are many shops, restaurants and cultural attractions nearby. The resort’s gardens boast aromatic lavender, wisteria and roses while the works by local artists are displayed in the sculpture garden.
07:30am - 08:15amBreakfast
08:15am - 08:30amWelcome, Review of the Agenda – morning and early afternoon sessions are in Dry Creek Valley 1
08:30am - 09:15amReport from NIH on BD2K Program
09:15am - 03:15pmBD2K Center Highlights/Progress (with break for lunch)
10:50am-11:30amTranslational Genomics/UC Santa Cruz
03:00pm-03:15pmBD2K Coordinating Center
03:15pm - 03:30pmBreak
03:30pm - 05:00pm
Taking CA BD2K Tools Out For A Spin. Tools demonstrations & hands on opportunities. Sessions are in main room and breakout rooms.
Expectation for all: 45 minutes showing your demo & 45 minutes learning about others’ demos.
Key consortium goal: Collaboration between California centers on tools, training and papers.
Contest: Criteria/prize for most promising cross-center collaboration.
• bioCADDIE – Dry Creek Valley 2
• Enigma – Sonoma Mountain
• Translational Genomics/UC Santa Cruz – Russian River Valley 1
• Mobilize – Russian River Valley 2
• BDDS – Dry Creek Valley 1
• CEDAR – Chalk Hill
• Heart BD2K – Dry Creek Valley 1
05:00pm - 05:15pmCharge and goal for Saturday morning. This brief, wrap up session is in Dry Creek Valley 1.
How can California centers collaborate on integration of tools, training efforts and papers?
07:00pmOn your own. There are many dinner choices within walking distance of hotel.
07:30am - 08:30amBreakfast
08:30am - 11:30amCA BD2K Consortium Activities & Collaboration. Saturday morning session in Dry Creek Valley 1.
08:30am-10:00amTools, Methods Collaboration
Discussion on how CA BD2K Centers can work together on integration and use of tools. What actions can we take together?
10:15am-11:30amAdditional Collaborative Activities
11:30am - 12:00pmContest results: Who wins the prize?
Final Comments, including discussion of site of next year’s event.
12:00pmAdjourn & Lunch
Collaborations Collaborations CA BD2K 2016
More than 50 researchers from California’s BD2K centers and projects, plus several NIH representatives, gathered at the 2016 CA BD2K Workshop in Santa Rosa on Sept. 30 and Oct 1. The workshop was organized by the BDDS and ENIGMA centers at USC.
Researchers from the CEDAR, Mobilize (Stanford), bioCADDIE (UC San Diego), Heart BD2K (UCLA) and Translational Genomics (UC Santa Cruz) centers plus training projects at CSU Fullerton and Monterey Bay joined BDDS and ENIGMA colleagues to share results and create new collaborative projects. A spirited competition on Saturday morning provided a fun capstone to the event. Collaborators were promised a new Mini Cooper for the best multi-center collaboration. Meeting participants selected a winner: the team headed by Brian Bleakley of the Heart BD2K. The prize: a new, toy Mini Cooper, complete with flashing lights and siren.
Thank you for your interest in this event.