Sep 13 - 15

Washington, DC

Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, 2660 Woodley Road NW

The National Cancer Institute 2010 cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid® (caBIG®) Annual Meeting – Building a Collaborative Biomedical Network – will be held on Sept. 13-15, 2010, in Washington, D.C. Join us for this year’s event to: • Learn about the critical importance of biomedical informatics and information technology in facilitating multidisciplinary collaboration across institutional barriers and advancing biomedical research • Discover caBIG® capabilities that can support your work and share lessons learned with others who have developed and applied caBIG® technology to advance basic and clinical research • Engage in unparalleled opportunities for networking and information exchange with leaders in biomedical informatics • Investigate innovative tools and explore the caBIG® services-oriented architecture during hands-on sessions and demonstrations This meeting is free to attend and open to the public. Visit https://cabig.nci.nih.gov/2010AnnualMeeting to learn more or register online.

The caBIG® Annual Meeting is intended to address the needs of the information technology, software development, research and informatics communities as they evaluate, deploy, or use tools and technology to achieve caBIG® interoperability. The meeting content is designed to help address technical and cultural challenges related to caBIG® development and deployment, as well as provide ideas for innovative uses of caBIG® infrastructure and services in real-world research environments. Breakout sessions include both highly technical sessions around software development and deployment as well as sessions to guide end-users.

Registration Opens: 06/03/2010 Cost: Free

Contact Name: Jessica Rowlands

ph: 617-761-6706 email: jessica.rowlands@fkhealth.com

Company Info:

National Cancer Institute cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid®


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