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Re: COI next steps

From: Marshall, M.S. <S.Marshall@uva.nl>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 16:36:39 +0100
Message-ID: <D48B4340DF7A4440850A087A639B6D42014CBA75@kwik.ic.uva.nl>
To: "joshua phillips" <joshua.phillips@semanticbits.com>
Cc: <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>
Hi Joshua,

I suspect that the impending COI demonstration (10:30AM) at AMIA in San 
Francisco in a few hours would explain why you haven't received an 
answer yet from some of the COI people. Eric Prud'hommeaux and Helen 
Chen (AGFA) and others (Holger?) have been looking at injecting security policy 
at the SPARQL endpoint as an extensional feature for the COI scenario. 
We already have a use case for this in Terminology as well.

I am sure that others would be interested in hearing more about how COI 
(and other work such as BioRDF) relate to caBIG such as with 
the applications that you mentioned. Maybe we could talk about it in a 
teleconference. I know that the normal slot for HCLS telcon (11AM EST) 
on Nov. 26 is now open. Would you have time to talk about it then? I 
would be interested in learning more about the caBIG applications and 
where the potential overlaps are.

Best,
Scott

joshua phillips wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> What are the next steps for the Clinical Observations Interop group? Are you
> looking for new use cases and data sets to work with? I'm interested to
> explore how this work could be applied to data from applications developed
> in caBIG such as caTissue (biospecimen annotations), caArray (gene
> expression), caAERS (adverse events), and C3PR (eligibility criteria,
> patient registration, protocols).
> 
>  - Joshua
> 
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