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Re: UPDATED DRAFT AGENDA FOR TOMORROWS CONFERENCE CALL 1/12/06

From: John Madden <john.madden@duke.edu>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2006 09:04:55 -0500
Message-Id: <F739984B-F052-49B9-AD8E-1B577B01F1BD@duke.edu>
Cc: <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>, "eric neumann" <eneumann23@yahoo.com>, "brian Gilman" <gilmanb@pantherinformatics.com>, <em@w3.org>
To: "Hongsermeier, Tonya M.,M.D." <THONGSERMEIER@PARTNERS.ORG>
Hi Tonya & Eric(s),

I see on Day 1 afternoon  there is a session on terminological  
federation, that doesn't yet have an assigned discussant.

This topic is one I actually suggested, and I'd be happy to give a  
lead-in to it, if you like. I can't claim I have any answers, but I  
know I can outline why it's an important topic, sketch some of the  
challenges of which I am aware, and tell you about my experiences vis- 
a-vis SNOMED and other terminologies.

I'll post a few thoughts to the Wiki as starters.

John


On Jan 11, 2006, at 2:33 PM, Hongsermeier, Tonya M.,M.D. wrote:

>
> 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
>
Received on Friday, 13 January 2006 14:05:06 GMT

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