News:[EVENT] Data Commons and Data Sharing Workshop - June 7-8, 2016
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Data Commons and Data Sharing Workshop 2016 (DCDS16)

June 7-8, 2016

What is a data commons?
Data commons co-locate data, storage and computing infrastructure, and commonly used tools for analyzing and sharing data to create an interoperable resource for the research community.

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The workshop focuses on data sharing policy and technology for cancer commons. Sessions include NIH Commons, NCI Genomic Data Commons, NCI Cloud Pilots, precisonFDA, openFDA, CancerLinq, strength of evidence databases, TAPUR, bioCADDIE, eMERGE, discipline specific commons, creating virtual cohorts from clinical data, and related topics.

Location: University of Chicago campus

Price: $0, sponsored in full. (Limited capacity and advanced registration required!)

Format: Lectures and interactive discussion forums

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