The 2017 i2b2 tranSMART Foundation Annual Meeting will be held on Monday October 23rd and Tuesday October 24th at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Luxembourg.
Our local host will be Foundation Partner ITTM: Andreas Kremer and Reinhard Schneider.
[Last edited: 25 August 2017 - Registration Link; UPDATED: Hotel Link]
The Organizing Committee
|Rudy Potenzone – i2b2 tranSMART||Russ Waitman, U Kansas
|Diane Keogh - i2b2 tranSMART||Julie Bryant - Rancho|
|Keith Elliston, i2b2 tranSMART||Christel Daniel, APHP|
|Peter Rice - i2b2 tranSMART||Paul Avillach, Harvard
|Andreas Kremer, ITTM||Yike Guo, Imperial
|Reinhard Schneider, U Lux||Jan-Wilem Boiten, Lygature
|Remond Fijneman, NKI||Scott Wagers, eTriks
|Marishka Bierkens - NKI||Kevin Smith, i2b2 tranSMART|
|Ward Weistra – the Hyve|
RegistrationYou may now register for the Annual Meeting HERE. Discounted hotel rooms at the Doubltree Hilton may be booked HERE until Sept 23rd. Room rate apply to rooms for the evening of Oct 22 to Oct 24 (up to 3 nights stay). There are a limited number of rooms available.
AgendaThis year we are changing the meeting format to two days and working on an exciting program of Keynote Speakers, interesting Sessions and a number of breakout discussion groups.
Areas of Focus (under development)The organizing committee is working on a set of focus areas as we identify Keynote Speakers as well as session topics and session chairs to put together our program. As the focus has increased from tranSMART, we are looking at topics from our i2b2 and openBEL communities.
Some ideas from the Organizing Committee
- Integrating with other programs and initiatives in precision and translation medicine
- ELIXR, UK BioBank, OMOP, ECRIN, etc.
- Real life user stories and interesting case studies
- Best Practices
- Curating data; data standardization; trial folder standardization
- eTriks Session
- Review other Work Packages from the project
- Wearable Sensors
- Blue sky
- AI and machine learning
- The future of medicine
- Working Groups
- Using the i2b2 platform
- Using the tranSMART platform
- Using openBEL
- Integrating genomics data
- Break Out Sessions
- PMCs- role, platform directions
- Clinical research with i2b2 and tranSMART