How To Collaborate with the Center
Last Updated: 09/21/2011
The NCBO welcomes expressions of interest from qualified investigators. Successful collaborative projects engage the personnel and resources of the National Center for Biomedical Ontology to develop new tools and technologies that enable biomedical science, and demonstrate true synergy with the Center’s activities, such that the Center and the collaborating group both benefit from the interaction.
There are several avenues through which one can collaborate with the Center:
Collaborating Through the NIH Collaborating R01 Program
The RFA for collaborating R01 submissions is now available: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-12-001.html
Collaborating Through a Driving Biological Project
The Center is not currently accepting applications for new driving biological projects. Please check back.
In general, Driving Biological Projects (DBPs) collaborate broadly with the Center's activities and help stimulate new creative ideas and applications for its technology. Projects are selected for their scientific merit in answering important biomedical questions and advancing their disciplines. Learn more about our current DBPs.
Our Center seeks a variety of collaborations both with academia and industry. To explore explore other potential avenues of collaboration, including becomming a visiting scholar, please contact one of the members of the Center, or the Center’s Principal Investigator, Mark Musen.