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3rd CTS Ontology Workshop

  • Tutorial: June 23, 2014
  • Workshop: June 24-25, 2014
  • Goals: The goal of this workshop is to identify ways to advance interoperability of biomedical imaging data across the CTSA Consortium and beyond.
The workshop will be preceded by a tutorial (Day 0) providing an introduction to biomedical imaging ontology.
Day 1 of the workshop will consist in an overview of major contributions to biomedical imaging in radiology and digital pathology with a view towards coordination and exchange of ideas.
Day 2 will allow consist of a number of breakout groups addressing specific goals of their respective communities. One such group will focus on a draft Digital Pathology Image Ontology, which will be distributed to interested participants in advance. Another group will address the coordination of research in digital imaging across the CTSA consortium.
The meeting will conclude with reports from the breakout groups and with a session devoted to future plans.
Examples of the types of subtopics to be addressed include:
LIMS interoperability
Immunohistochemistry Imaging
Standards for biomedical video data
The Open Microscopy Environment (OME)
The Radiology Gamuts Ontology
Aperio ePathology
Ontology for Biomedical Investigations (OBI)
  • Space for this meeting is limited and intending participants are encouraged to write to Barry Smith as soon as possible.

Draft Schedule: Tutorial

Monday, June 23

Tutorial

10:00 Registration

10:30 Ulysses Balis (Michigan): Introduction to Imaging Informatics: The Problem of Image Data Interoperability

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Barry Smith (Buffalo): Introduction to Ontology for Imaging Informatics

15:00 Break

15:30 William Hogan (Arkansas): Ontology in the CTSA Consortium

Draft Schedule: Workshop

Tuesday, June 24

8:30 Breakfast and Registration
9:15 Participant Introductions
9:30 Keynote Address: Daniel Rubin (Stanford University): Imaging Big Data
Driving use cases for imaging in the era of Big Data
The central role of imaging ontology
Example projects using ontologies
10:30 Break
11:00 Michael J. Becich: An Overview of Standards and Initiatives in Digital Pathology
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Charles Kahn: Radiology Gamuts Ontology: Differential Diagnosis in Radiology
14:00 Metin N. Gurcan, Anant Madabhushi and John Tomaszewski: Histopathological Image Analysis (HIMA) and Ontology
15:00 Break
15:30 TBA

Wednesday, June 25

8:30 Breakfast
9:00 Digital Pathology: Practical sessions devoted to creating a strategy to promote interoperability of digital pathology data and systems
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Group Meetings
Hackathon: Building an Ontology for Digital Pathology
CTS Ontology Affinity Group: Digital Pathology across the CTSA Consortium: Identifying What There Is and Identifying Opportunities for Collaboration
Other breakout sessions will be organized according to demand

16:00 Close


Sponsors


Organizing Committee

Barry Smith (Buffalo)
William Hogan (Arkansas)
John Tomaszewski (Buffalo)


Initial List of Participants

Ulysses J. Balis (Ann Arbor)

Michael Becich (Pittsburgh)

Michael Dwyer (Buffalo)

Metin Gurcan (Ohio)

William Hogan (Arkansas)

Charles E. Kahn (Milwaukee)

Anant Madabhushi (Case)

Anna Maria Masci (Duke)

Daniel Rubin (Stanford)

Barry Smith (Buffalo)

Jose Luis Tapia (Buffalo)

John Tomaszewski (Buffalo)