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ITCR Annual PI Meeting Draft Agenda: May 27-28 2015

Agenda for Annual Meeting:

Notes taken during the meeting are available here

Day One

8:00 Registration & Breakfast

8:25 Welcome (Trey Ideker, UCSD; Juli Klemm, NCI)

8:35 U24 Genomic Projects Perspective: Brief presentations and Panel Discussion. Discussion topics to include engagement with users; considerations for transitioning to early prototype to broadly used software; obstacles to success; sustainability considerations

Moderator: Jerry Li, NCI

10:00 Break

10:15 Keynote – Stephen Friend, President, Sage Bionetworks; Medical Technology Advisor, Apple Computer

11:15 Industry Perspective and Discussion

  • Presentation by Dr. Jadwiga Bienkowska, Director, Computational Biology Precision Medicine, Pfizer Inc.
  • Discussion on open source software, industry-academic collaborations, and translating novel informatics software to industry.

12:00 Lunch (on-site)

1:00 U24 Clinical Research Projects Perspective – Brief presentations and panel discussion. Discussion topics to include engagement with users; considerations for transitioning to early prototype to broadly used software; obstacles to success

Moderator: Yantian Zhang, NCI

2:30 Break

2:45 Flash Talks: New projects promoting posters

  1. Computational Framework for Single-Cell Genomics of Tumors – Alexander Krasnitz
  2. Informatics Links between Histological Features and Genetics in Cancer – Kun Huang
  3. Advanced Development of an Open-source Platform for Web-based Integrative Digital Image Analysis in Cancer – David Gutman
  4. GenePattern Notebooks for Cancer Research
  5. Informatics Quantitative Radiomics System Decoding the Tumor Phenotype – John Quackenbush

3:15 Poster Sessions and Demos

  • Posters by new projects; U01 and U24 invited but not “required”. Poster dimensions are 48” (w) x 36” (h)
  • 10 Demos by U01 and U24 projects (excluding new awardees), two running simultaneously, 20 min each + 5 min transition
Track 1 Demos Track 2 Demos
3:15 Trinity – Transcriptome assembly for genetic and functional analysis of cancer Advanced Development of TIES-Enhancing Access to Tissue for Cancer Research
3:40 Cancer Genomics:Integrative and Scalable Solutions in R / Bioconductor Informatics Tools for Optimized Imaging Biomarkers for Cancer Research&Discovery
4:05 NDEx – the Network Data Exchange A Network Commons for Biologists Cancer Deep Phenotype Extraction from Electronic Medical Records
4:30 Cloud Based Resource for Data Hosting, Visualization and Analysis Using UCSC Cancer Genomics Browser Quantitative Image Informatics for Cancer Research (QIICR)
4:55 Software Tools For Regulatory Analysis of Large Cancer Methylome Datasets Informatics to Enable Routine Personalized Cancer Therapy

5:15 Break

6:00 Dinner (on-site)

Day Two

8:30 The Future of ITCR – Juli Klemm, NCI

8:45 Panel Discussion: U01/R01 Projects: Brief presentations and panel discussion. Sign up here. Discussion of challenge and success stories for early-stage development:

Moderator: Juli Klemm, NCI

10:15 Break

10:45 Poster Sessions and Demos

  • Posters by new projects; U01 and U24 invited but not “required”
  • 12 Demos by U01 and U24 projects (excluding new awardees), two running simultaneously, 20 min each + 5 min transition
Track 1 Demos Track 2 Demos
10:45 Interactive Informatics Resource for Research-driven Cancer Proteomics EMR Adverse Drug Event Detection for Pharmacovigilance
11:10 Informatics Tools for High-throughput Analysis of Cancer Mutations Tools to Analyze Morphology and Spatially Mapped Molecular Data
11:35 OmniSearch – A semantic search tool for discovering microRNAs critical roles in human cancer Advanced Development of an Open-source Platform for Web-based Integrative Digital Image Analysis in Cancer
12:00 MeV – Software for Next Generation Genomic Data Analysis


12:30 Lunch (on-site)

1:30 Poster sessions and demos (continued)

Track 1 Demos Track 2 Demos
1:30 ESCE – DISCOVERING MOLECULAR PROCESSES Developing Informatics Technologies to Model Cancer Gene Regulation
1:55 Interpreting massive genomic data sets via summarization caCDE-QA – A Quality Assurance Platform for Cancer Study Common Data Elements

2:30 Presentations of proposed collaborations, 5 min each


3:30 Activities of the Training and Outreach Working Group – Rebecca Crowley Jacobsen

4:00 Closing remarks and adjourn

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