[All] Fwd: COVID-19 Biohackathon 2020 April 5-11
cath at ebi.ac.uk
Thu Mar 19 09:41:07 GMT 2020
I hope you are all safe and well in these challenging times. Many of us want to contribute to efforts to understand and address the current COVID-19 pandemic. Here is one opportunity and I encourage those of you who are aware of others to post to this group; it would be super to have a strong LatAm contribution to global efforts to get this thing under control.
> Begin forwarded message:
>> Working groups/Topics: <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki>
>> FAIR Data <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/FairData>, Ontology <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/Ontology>, Pangenome <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/Pangenome>, Workflows <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/Workflows>, Machine Learning <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/MachineLearning>, Knowledge Graph <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/KnowledgeGraph>, Text Mining
>> <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/TextMining>Wikidata et al. <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/Wikidata>, Bio statistics <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/BioStatistics>, Policy <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20/wiki/Policy>
>> [From the Biohackaton GitHub]:
>> The goal of COVID-19-BH20 is to create a cohesive effort and work on tooling for COVID-19 analysis. The biohackathon will lead to more readily accessible data, protocols, detection kits, protein predictions etc. We will also push for policy change where it comes to non-public or hard to access data because we are facing such challenges!
>> The biohackathon is about applying free and open source software on open data for scientific endeavour and biomedical progress.
>> Wiki: https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20 <https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20>
>> - to post ideas and form working groups.
>> Mailing list:
>> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/virtual-biohackathon <https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/virtual-biohackathon> - join without any obligation
>> Share your name, affiliation and [topic/working group] interest at:
>> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1auS0C58W0KHuqPg7-qKzgO4QjvcXpRg2NxhPu9EcWfI <https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1auS0C58W0KHuqPg7-qKzgO4QjvcXpRg2NxhPu9EcWfI> <https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1auS0C58W0KHuqPg7-qKzgO4QjvcXpRg2NxhPu9EcWfI>
>> - fill in if you expect to be an (un)official participant.
>> Lynn M. Schriml, Ph.D.
>> Associate Professor
>> Institute for Genome Sciences
>> University of Maryland
>> School of Medicine
>> Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
>> 670 W. Baltimore St., Room 3061
>> Baltimore, MD 21201
>> P: 410-706-6776
>> F: 410-706-6756
>> lschriml at som.umaryland.edu <mailto:lschriml at som.umaryland.edu>
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> Rob Finn
> Sequence Families Team Leader
> European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI)
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