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DOCUMENTS OF INTEREST
How to improve data and knowledge management to better integrate healthcare and research. Montserrat Cases, Laura I. Furlong, Joan Albanell, Russ B. Altman, Riccardo Bellazzi, Scott Boyer, Angela Brand, Anthony J. Brookes, Søren Brunak, Timothy W. Clark, Joaquim Gea, Peter Ghazal, Norbert Graf, Roderic Guigó, Teri E. Klein, Núria López-Bigas, Víctor Maojo, Barend Mons, Mark Musen, José L. Oliveira, Anthony Rowe, Patrick Ruch, Amnon Shabo (Shvo), Edward H. Shortliffe, Alfonso Valencia, Johan van der Lei, Miguel A. Mayer, Ferran Sanz. Journal of Internal Medicine. (Provisionally accepted)
The Impact of Computer Science in Molecular Medicine: Enabling High-throughput Research. de la Iglesia D, García-Remesal M, de la Calle G, Kulikowski C, Sanz F, Maojo V. Science Direct 2013 Jan;doi: 10.1016/j.aei.2012.12.003.Curr Top Med Chem. 2013 Mar 29. [Epub ahead of print]
Bringing Medical Data into Research: the Next Decade. Shublaq N, Coveney P (2012).Studies in Health Technologies and Informatics, (invited paper at STC2012, Moscow, Russia), 2012 Apr; 1-5.
Automatic filtering and substantiation of drug safety signals. Bauer-Mehren A, van Mullingen EM, Avillach P, Carrascosa MC, Garcia-Serna R, Piñero J, Singh B, Lopes P, Oliveira JL, Diallo G, Ahlberg Helgee E, Boyer S, Mestres J, Sanz F, Kors JA, Furlong LI. PLoS Comput Biol. 2012 Apr;8(4):e1002457. 2012 Apr 5. [Epub]
Merging genomic and phenomic data for research and clinical impact. Shublaq NW, Coveney PV. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2012;174:111-5.
Biomedical Informatics Publications: a Global Perspective. Part II: Journals. Maojo V, García-Remesal M, Bielza C, Crespo J, Perez-Rey D, Kulikowski C. Methods Inf Med. 2012;51(2). Methods Inf Med. 2012 Mar 15;51(2):131-7.
Nanoinformatics: developing new computing applications for nanomedicine. Maojo, V., Fritts, M., Martin-Sanchez, F., De la Iglesia, D., Cachau, R., Garcia-Remesal, M., Crespo, J., Mitchell, J.A., Anguita, A., Baker, N., Barreiro, J., Benitez, S., De la Calle, G., Facelli, J., Ghazal, P., Geissbuhler, A., Gonzalez-Nilo, F., Graf, N., Grangeat, P., Hermosilla, I., Hussein, R., Kern, J., Koch, S., Legre, Y., Lopez-Alonso, V., Lopez-Campos, G., Milanesi, L., Moustakis, V., Munteanu, C., Otero, P., Pazos, A., Perez-Rey, D., Potamias, G., Sanz, F., Kulikowski, C. (2012). Computing. (March 7, 2012), 1-19.
Knowledge engineering for health: A new discipline required to bridge the 'ICT Gap' between research and healthcare. Beck T, Gollapudi S, Brunak S, Graf N, Lemke HU, Dash D, Buchan I, Díaz C, Sanz F, Brookes AJ. Human Mutation. 2012 Mar 5. doi: 10.1002/humu.22066. [Epub].
Re-inventing Clinical Trials: Electronic Data Capture. Sansom C, Shublaq N (2012). Nature Biotech, 30(1):45. doi:10.1038/nbt.2083. January 2012.
INBIOMEDvision: Promoting and Monitoring Biomedical Informatics in Europe. Shublaq N, Sanz F. The Virtual Physiological Human Network of Excellence Newsletter. 2012 Jan. Issue 7:21-23.
Biomedical informatics publications: a global perspective: part I: conferences. Maojo V, García-Remesal M, Bielza C, Crespo J, Perez-Rey D, Kulikowski C. Methods Inf Med. 2012 Jan 10;51(1):82-90.
|INBIOMEDvision presented a poster at EFMI 2013. Prague. 17-19h of April, 2013.|
INBIOMEDvision presented a poster at the ISMB & ECCB 2011 – (19th Annual International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology and 10th European Conference on Computational Biology).
|INBIOMEDvision presented a poster at Enabling Systems Biology Conference & Bioinformatics Workshop. London. 11-14th of April, 2011.|
Deliverable D3.1. Genotype and Phenotype Data Resources.
The purpose of this report is to catalogue existing genotype and phenotype data resources and to map the projections for the future development of these resources worldwide. Emphasis is put on the evolution of the accumulation of high throughput, molecular level data, e.g. genome sequence data, proteomics data, and and data from Genome Sequence Association Studies (GWAS).
Deliverable D3.2. The interface between systems biology and medical informatics.
The task of biomedical informatics is to connect and make full use of the biological and clinical entities. Informatics tools and approaches, such as machine learning, text mining, data standardization and integration, have become pivotal in both computational systems biology and medical informatics domains. This report provides an overview of the state-of-the-art in methods and models that connect molecular level systems biology and medical informatics. Patient clustering for cohort identification, interpretation of genetic data from patients, patient stratification for treatment regimes and public health informatics are some of the areas that have benefitted from advances in biomedical informatics, where personalized medicine is the ultimate goal.
Deliverable D3.3. Prospective analysis on Biomedical Informatics enabling personalised medicine.
One of the most significant obstacles in the practice of personalised medicine is the translation of scientific discoveries into effective clinical outcomes that relate to the ‘individual'. This report aims at analyzing and mapping out the future development of Biomedical Information towards ultimate clinical utility, to present Biomedical Informatics approaches that can help the translation of biomedical research results into clinical practice, and to present methods of integration and extraction of data from biomedical research and healthcare practice in novel ways.
Deliverable D4.1. First think-tank report “Re-use of Clinical Information for Research in the EU”.
This report has been prepared in order to contribute to the current debates on the opportunities and obstacles that Europe faces to facilitate the re-use of clinical data in biomedical research. It represents the outcome of five hours of intensive discussions within a Think Tank convened at UCL on 24 June 2011 under the auspices of the INBIOMEDvision Project Consortium.
Deliverable D4.2. Researcher Directory.
The present document aims at describing the development of a Researcher Directory as part of theINBIOMEDvision project, by which the congregation of a consolidated Biomedical Informatics community of researchers is facilitated. This Researcher Directory would involve scientists and clinicians from a wide range of related fields in Biomedical Informatics, IT experts and industry technology providers.
Deliverable D4.3. Interim report on the scientific meetings.
This report covers the organisation and participation by the INBIOMEDvision project in various scientific events, during the first 10-month period of the project (01/02/2011 - 30/11/2011). One major scientific event was co-organised by INBIOMEDvision, and another one sponsored, in October 2011. In addition, three Think tanks sessions were organised in June and October respectively, and various other contributions were made at national and international scientific events.
Deliverable D4.4. Directory of training materials.
With the aim of training new generations of researchers in the biomedical informatics perspective and the latest technologies of the field, a directory of training materials and courses is now developed and introduced as part of the training activities of the INBIOMEDvision project. This deliverable describes how this directory has been constructed and made available to the community.
Deliverable D4.5. Second think tank report.
In 2011, the INBIOMEDvision project organised three Think Tanks in June and October, each of which assessed the current state, the opportunities and obstacles in distinct and focused areas within the wider field of Biomedical Informatics. As a result, three key strategic reports were published to ascertain the status of the bioinformatics/biomedical informatics interface today within Europe and globally. This deliverable explores and presents the main outputs and impact made by the Think Tank reports since January 2012.