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PiCo Lightning Talks

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Masur Auditorium, Building 10 and NIH Videocast

PiCo talks are structured lightning talks consisting of 3 slides to share 1 idea in 4 minutes. Talks will be videocasted and archived. You'll also get a chance to vote for your favorite talk. The winner of the "people's choice award" will be invited to give a talk at a joint meeting of the Data Science in Biomedicine and Bioinformatics Special Interest Groups.

Talks will be given in the order listed here; click on a talk's title to see its abstract.

Computing a brain atlas using high resolution gene expression data

Harold Burgess, NICHD


Image segmentation in renal biopsy whole slide images

Jonathan Street, NIDDK


Papers as Apps: Bidirectional Data Flow

David McGaughey, NEI


PubMed Labs: A Sandbox Toward PubMed 2.0

Nicolas Fiorini, NLM


MetaMapLite in Excel: Named-Entity Recognition for Non-technical Users

Ravi Teja Bhupatiraju


Striking Back at Alzheimer’s Disease: From Bioenergetics to Behavioral Modification

Robert Pawlosky, NIAAA


Integrated analysis of genomics data with OmicPath

Chunhua Yan, NCI


The Cancer Genomic Cloud Pilots

KanakaDurga Addepalli, NCI


Integrating Multiple Sources of Data for Better Individualized Treatment of Cancer

Uma Shankavaram, NCI


Which Alpha Globin Gene Is Primarily Expressed in the Vascular Endothelium?

Steven D. Brooks, NHLBI


For questions, contact Lisa Federer (NIH/OD) (lisa.federer@nih.gov).