Collaborating Projects

The Center is currently involved with several Collaborating Projects that represent a broad range of biomedical research endeavors. These projects, funded by grants from the NIH, engage the personnel and resources of the Center to develop new tools and technologies that enable biomedical science and advance the goals of both the Center, and the collaborators. 

Current Projects

   

Amit Sheth, Wright State University

Christian Stoeckert, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine

Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside (i2b2)

Isaac Kohane Harvard Medical School
John Glaser, Partners HealthCare System

 

RegenBase: A Searchable Database to Organize Regeneration Knowledge via
Ontologies

Vance Lemmon, University of Miami School of Medicine

Past Projects

   

Realizing the Potential of Reference Ontologies for the Semantic Web

James Brinkley, University of Washington

Ontologies and Biomedical Language Processing

Lawrence Hunter, University of Colorado, Denver

Ontology Development Information Extraction (ODIE)

Rebecca Crowley, University of Pittsburgh

Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)

Maryann MartoneUniversity of California, San Diego

Context-based Ontology Integration

Gil Alterovitz, Harvard Medical School

The Center also supports driving biological projects and additional collaborating research activities. Please see Working With The Center for information on potential avenues of collaboration. See the NIH Collaborating R01 and R21 program, Collaborations with National Centers for Biomedical Computing, for research grants to collaborate with the National Centers for Biomedical Computation.