ICBO 2019 - 10th annual symposium on Biomedical Ontology

Registration - Please consider attending and possibly presenting your work.

The early bird registration is until June 21st.

Students $300, Faculty/Professional $575

After June 21: Students $350, Faculty/Professional $690

Click here to register

Lodging

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Themes for ICBO 2019

  1. Ontological Realism & Alternative Approaches in the context of biological and biomedical data
  2. Genetics, Phenotypes, Disease, and Ontology across biology and medicine
  3. Ontology in Service of Healthcare Data Infrastructure and Analysis
    • Use of ontologies for data infrastructure needs, including reporting services, cohort discovery, and data warehousing
    • Using OBO ontologies in coordination with non-OBO ontologies (e.g., SNOMED)
    • Lessons from ontological analysis of large EHR systems, VA data, etc.
    • Integration of medical and non-medical data (e.g., integrating disease diagnosis with geographic information)
    • Methods to improve data translation/annotation processes, including NLP and machine learning

Workshops and Tutorials will be scheduled on July 30 and July 31, 2019

 

Date
- Add to Calendar 2019-07-30 04:00:00 2019-08-02 04:00:00 ICBO 2019 - 10th annual symposium on Biomedical Ontology Registration - Please consider attending and possibly presenting your work. The early bird registration is until June 21st. Students $300, Faculty/Professional $575 After June 21: Students $350, Faculty/Professional $690 Click here to register Lodging Click here for information about lodging Themes for ICBO 2019 Ontological Realism & Alternative Approaches in the context of biological and biomedical data Genetics, Phenotypes, Disease, and Ontology across biology and medicine Ontology in Service of Healthcare Data Infrastructure and Analysis Use of ontologies for data infrastructure needs, including reporting services, cohort discovery, and data warehousing Using OBO ontologies in coordination with non-OBO ontologies (e.g., SNOMED) Lessons from ontological analysis of large EHR systems, VA data, etc. Integration of medical and non-medical data (e.g., integrating disease diagnosis with geographic information) Methods to improve data translation/annotation processes, including NLP and machine learning Workshops and Tutorials will be scheduled on July 30 and July 31, 2019   https://clic-ctsa.org/events/icbo-2019-10th-annual-symposium-biomedical-ontology State University Of New York At Buffalo America/New_York public
Activity Type
Conference
Location Type
In-person
Location
University at Buffalo - Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences 955 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203