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== Joining CTSOG ==
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To join the Clinical and Translational Science Ontology Group, email [mailto:hoganwr@gmail.com] Bill Hogan.
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== Original annoucement ==
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I am pleased to inform you that the Operations Committee has approved our application to form the Clinical and Translational Science Ontology Affinity Group (CTSOAG).  This group formed out of the in-person workshop on [http://www.bioontology.org/wiki/index.php/Clinical_and_Translational_Science_Ontology_Workshop Ontologies for Clinical and Translational Science] held in Baltimore in April of this year.
 
I am pleased to inform you that the Operations Committee has approved our application to form the Clinical and Translational Science Ontology Affinity Group (CTSOAG).  This group formed out of the in-person workshop on [http://www.bioontology.org/wiki/index.php/Clinical_and_Translational_Science_Ontology_Workshop Ontologies for Clinical and Translational Science] held in Baltimore in April of this year.
  
If you were at that meeting and signed up for the Google Group (that we used until we had approval), you do not need to do anything to join the Affinity Group.
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If you were at that meeting and signed up for the Google Group, you do not need to do anything further to join the Affinity Group.
  
All those who are interested in joining the new group should email [mailto:CTSA_Informatics@CTSAC4.org Jacqueline Kirby] and she will add you to the group. This applies both to those working at CTSA institutions and also to others with an interest in the work of the new group.
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All others who are interested in joining the new group should email Jacqueline Kirby and she will add you to the group. This applies to all persons with an interest in the work of the new group, whether or not they are associated with CTSA institutions.
  
A webpage for the Affinity Group page will be created [http://ctsacentral.org] here. This will include material from the elevator pitch we developed (see draft [http://ncor.buffalo.edu/CTSA/elevator-pitch here]). We are also planning to set up a poll to establish a regular, monthly meeting time.  So stay tuned for that as well.
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A webpage for the Affinity Group page will be created, which will include material from the elevator pitch we developed (see draft [http://ncor.buffalo.edu/CTSA/elevator-pitch here]) and also from the [http://ncor.buffalo.edu/CTSA/operations-proposal operations proposal]. We are also planning to set up a poll to establish a regular, monthly meeting time.   
  
 
In the meantime, I and others who helped to establish the group would be happy to answer any questions.  In that regard, I'd like to thank Melissa Haendel, Warren Kibbe, Lindsay Cowell, Barry Smith, and Dagobert Soergel, and the whole list of folks on the Google Group, for their help in reformulating the proposal radically to its current, excellent state (elevator pitch and operations proposal both attached).
 
In the meantime, I and others who helped to establish the group would be happy to answer any questions.  In that regard, I'd like to thank Melissa Haendel, Warren Kibbe, Lindsay Cowell, Barry Smith, and Dagobert Soergel, and the whole list of folks on the Google Group, for their help in reformulating the proposal radically to its current, excellent state (elevator pitch and operations proposal both attached).

Latest revision as of 10:08, 26 May 2015

Joining CTSOG

To join the Clinical and Translational Science Ontology Group, email [1] Bill Hogan.

Original annoucement

I am pleased to inform you that the Operations Committee has approved our application to form the Clinical and Translational Science Ontology Affinity Group (CTSOAG). This group formed out of the in-person workshop on Ontologies for Clinical and Translational Science held in Baltimore in April of this year.

If you were at that meeting and signed up for the Google Group, you do not need to do anything further to join the Affinity Group.

All others who are interested in joining the new group should email Jacqueline Kirby and she will add you to the group. This applies to all persons with an interest in the work of the new group, whether or not they are associated with CTSA institutions.

A webpage for the Affinity Group page will be created, which will include material from the elevator pitch we developed (see draft here) and also from the operations proposal. We are also planning to set up a poll to establish a regular, monthly meeting time.

In the meantime, I and others who helped to establish the group would be happy to answer any questions. In that regard, I'd like to thank Melissa Haendel, Warren Kibbe, Lindsay Cowell, Barry Smith, and Dagobert Soergel, and the whole list of folks on the Google Group, for their help in reformulating the proposal radically to its current, excellent state (elevator pitch and operations proposal both attached).

Looking forward to a productive group!

Bill

William R. Hogan, MD, MS Associate Professor and Chief Division of Biomedical Informatics