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UPDATED AGENDA FOR TOMORROWS CONFERENCE CALL

From: Hongsermeier, Tonya M.,M.D. <THONGSERMEIER@PARTNERS.ORG>
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 14:31:32 -0500
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Cc: "eric neumann" <eneumann23@yahoo.com>, "brian Gilman" <gilmanb@pantherinformatics.com>, <em@w3.org>

Face-to-Face W3C HCLSIG Meeting, DRAFT Agenda:
Dates: Jan 25-26, 2006
Location: Cambridge, MA
Day 1:
Coffee 7:45 - 8:15 am
Welcome, Review of Agenda, Introductions 
8:15-8:45
Vision: Bench to Bedside- What is the role of Semantic Web, Eric Neumann and
Tonya Hongsermeier 
8: 45- 10am
Coffee 10am- 10:15
Semantic Web Primer - moderated by Brian Gilman 
10:15-noon
*	History: the RDF Story 
*	Semantic Web Technologies and Role in HCLS Spectrum 
*	Universal Resource Identifiers and Properties; How do we describe things
on the web 
*	Information Aggregation/Integration: ie News Feeds (RSS), Piggy Bank
(browser based aggregation) 
*	Searching on the Semantic Web: ie SPARQL Language 
*	Ontology Web Language (OWL): concepts and their relations, beyond "is-a"

*	SWRL semantic web rule language
*	Review of Currently Available Semantic Web Tools and Resources 
*	Systems that can read RDF (ie JENA, CWM) 
*	Systems that can store RDF (ie ORACLE, SESAME, Kowari) 
*	Systems that can reason over RDF (ie Agents, JENA, CEREBRA, SWOOP) 
*	Tools for Annotation
*	Tools for extracting structured data from unstructured data
*	Vocabularies in Healthcare Life-sciences Domain moving toward OWL, ie:
SNOMED, NCI Metathesaurus, FMA, UMLS, Geneontology, OBO, RXNorm 
*	Content Publishers (ie Elsevier, WK, Micromedex) and semantic web
adoption
Lunch noon-1:15pm
Bench to Bedside: Example Use Cases, Issues and Areas of Discussion 
STILL DRAFT FORM ---
1:15-5:00
*	Applying semantics and ontologies to experimental data 
*	Disease, BioMarkers and Annotation -Ted Slater
*	Aggregation of Scientific literature - Jon Wilbanks and/or Michael
Schroeder
*	Omics and Integrating Complex Data 
*	Knowledge Provenance - V.Kashyap and Alfredo Morales
Coffee 3:15-3:30
*	Biopax Pathway Knowledge - Joanne Luciano
*	BioMedical Ontologies - Mark Musen
*	Terminological Federation; Federating OWL Ontologies 
*	HealthCare: Personalized medicine and the Electronic Health Record -
Helen Chen and/or Peter Elkin
*	Semantics and literature - Davide Zaccagnani
DINNER - On Your Own
Day 2:
Coffee and Pastries at 8 AM
>From technical to topical domains - Define Break-out Groups
Moderated by Eric Neumann and Tonya Hongsermeier, Groups defined interactively 
8:30 - 9:00
Breakout Sessions 9:00 - 10:30
Coffee 10:30 - 10:45
Reconvene and Report from Breakout Groups Moderated by Eric Neumann and Tonya
Hongsermeier
--Define Activities and Action Items
10:45 - 12:30
Lunch 12:30-1:30
Making the Case for the Semantic Web - Moderated Discussion with Use Cases, Eric
Neumann and Tonya Hongsermeier
1:30 - 3:15 pm
*	Defining the critical inflection points: the Network Effect 
*	Leveling the playing field for Discovery Informatics - Eric Neumann 
*	Business Case for Clinical Decision Support - Tonya Hongsermeier 
*	Reducing the cost of Knowledge Acquisition, Data Integration, and
Translational Medicine 
*	Possible value points (ROI) of SW in 1, 3, 6 years in our respective
areas 
Coffee 3:15 - 3:30
Refining the Action Plan and Wrap-Up
3:30 - 5:00
*	Create 2006 activities list (demonstrations, guiding examples, ontology
bridges, core vocab, etc) 
*	Define sign-on commitment from participants 
*	Define deliverable and time frames 
*	Draft HCLS RoadMap to be co-developed,
*	 Communication Strategy, White Papers
*	Next meeting time frame, location, meeting frequency, logistics 
*	Staying in Contact: TC, WIKI, mailing list, etc 
*	Adjournement 
Meeting Ends
5:00 PM
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