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Tutorial, [http://www.bioontology.org/wiki/index.php/Ontologies_for_Biomedicine_%E2%80%93_How_to_make_and_use_them Ontologies for Biomedicine], ISMB Conference, Vienna (BS and Nigam Shah)
  
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Protein Ontology Kick-Off Meeting ([[PRO]]), Georgetown University, Washington DC.
 
Protein Ontology Kick-Off Meeting ([[PRO]]), Georgetown University, Washington DC.

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Contents

NCBO Dissemination

What follows is a list of events organized under the auspices of the NCBO's Dissemination Core (PI: Barry Smith), together with information pertaining to events relevant to the NCBO's mission.

Workshops 2006

Workshops 2006

Workshops 2007

Mar 27-30, 2007

Towards Interoperability of Biomedical Ontologies, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany.

May 16-17, 2007

Workshop on Clinical Trial Ontology, Bethesda, MD

June 20-23, 2007

Training Course on Logical and Computational Tools for Biomedical Ontology Development, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany.

July 21, 2007

Ontologies for Biomedicine – How to make and use them, Tutorial by Barry Smith and Nigam Shah at ISMB 2007

October 30-31, 2007

Ontology and Cellular Networks Workshop, Newark, NJ

Related Events

Related Events 2007

January 29, 2007

Overview Presentation of GO, NCBO, Phenotypes, and OBO Foundry by Suzi Lewis at the Ontologies for Biomedical Investigation Workshop, San Diego, CA

July 15, 2007

Tutorial, Building and Applying Biomedical Ontologies, Budapest, Protégé Conference (BS)

July 22, 2007

Tutorial, Ontologies for Biomedicine, ISMB Conference, Vienna (BS and Nigam Shah)

November or December, 2007

Protein Ontology Kick-Off Meeting (PRO), Georgetown University, Washington DC.

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