THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON BIOMEDICAL DATA INTEGRATION AND DISCOVERY (BMDID 2016).
- October 17, 2016: Workshop Presentation Day
- August 1, 2016: Delayed Notificate Date to Wednesday, August 3
- April 06, 2016: BMDID workshop website launched!
- Addressing healthcare needs of patients around the world requires a diverse approach and collaborative effort as awareness, costs and benefits are quite ambiguous. Driving an awareness to link what treatments drive and optimize patient health and safety is paramount and difficult - unless you are approaching it semantically. Many of the social tools used today are global such that data collection through social media is quite popular. The linking of such broad information to gather and unveil the ambiguity of costs and benefits is the first step towards awareness - the first step. The next step is the hard and costly part of the problem - the design of a medicinal treatment that will positively impact the patients and their families lives in a cost effective manner. We are fortunate to live in 2016 - where science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is advancing quite rapidly. The problems that society has tackled are impressive indeed - however the challenge of data overload is paramount.
- July 15th, 2016 (Extended): paper submission deadline
July 31, 2016: Notifications send to authors
- August 3, 2016: Notifications sent to authors
- August 15, 2016: Camera ready version submission
- August 21, 2016: Workshop proceedings available online
- October 17, 2016: Workshop Presentation Day
- Opening Session: 9:00AM to 9:05AM: Guoqian Jiang and Jeff Heflin
- Paper Presentation Session 1: 9:05AM - 10:20AM
- 9:05 to 9:30: Semantic research platform for Model Organisms. Maxime Déraspe, Kalpana Karra, Gail Binkley, Julie Sullivan, Gos Micklem, Jacques Corbeil, Michael Cherry and Michel Dumontier.
- 9:30 to 9:55: Harmonizing bioCADDIE Metadata Schemas for Indexing Clinical Research Datasets Using Semantic Web Technologies. Harold Solbrig and Guoqian Jiang.
- 9:55 to 10:20: BiDIP: a Biological Data Integration Platform for Transcriptome Analysis. Junho Park, Min-Ji Kim, Eung-Hee Kim, Sungkwon Yang, Sungin Lee, Jin-Muk Lim, Hyunwhan Joe, Kyung-Sik Ha and Hong-Gee Kim.
- Coffee Break: 10:20AM to 11:00AM
- Paper Presentation Session 2: 11:00AM to 12:30PM
- 11:00 to 11:25: Mining semantic rules for optimizing transport assignments in hospitals. Pieter Bonte, Femke Ongenae, Eveline Hoogstoel and Filip De Turck.
- 11:25 to 11:50: Concept Identification and Normalisation for Adverse Drug Event Discovery in Medical Forums. Alejandro Metke and Sarvnaz Karimi.
- 11:50 to 12:15: Ontology Mapping for Life Science Data. Amrapali Zaveri and Michel Dumontier.
- Closing Session: 12:15PM to 12:25PM: Guoqian Jiang and Jeff Heflin
Topics of Interest
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
Biomedical Data Integration
- Integration of heterogeneous data sources
- Data integration using crowd-sourcing techniques
- Large-scale data integration
- Data Model Schema and Ontology matching
- Biomedical Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
- Biomedical data quality, standardization and normalization
Biomedical Knowledge Discovery
- Machine learning and statistical approaches for biomedical data mining
- Rule-based systems for analyzing and mining biomedical text
- Semantic annotation of biomedical text
- Named Entity Recognition and Relation Extraction for biomedical text
- Entity Linking for/between Free Text and Structured Data
- Data mining and Machine Learning for social media and their application to the biomedical and clinical domain
- Drug design and manufacturing based on Semantic Data Integration and Discovery
- Drug repurposing using semantic web technologies
- Pharmacovigilance and drug/vaccine safety signal identification
- Novel tools for biomedical data visualization
- Novel tools for visualizing ontologies, models and reasoning paths to biomedical domain experts
- Precision medicine and cancer informatics
- Biomedical data discovery index
- Big data applications in biomedical domains
We seek the following types of submissions:
- Full scientific papers: up to 12 pages
- Short scientific papers: up to 6 pages
All submissions must be in PDF and formatted in the style of the Springer Publications format for Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Submissions must be made through the following website: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bmdid2016.
The workshop proceedings will be published in CEUR
We are planning to invite best selected papers to submit an extended version to a journal special issue
- Cui Tao, School of Biomedical Informatics, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, USA
- Dezhao Song, Research and Development, Thomson Reuters, USA
- Guoqian Jiang, Department of Health Sciences Research, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA
- Frank Schilder, Research and Development, Thomson Reuters, USA
- Jeff Heflin, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Lehigh University, USA
- Karin Verspoor, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Serguei Pakhomov, University of Minnesota, USA
- Bridget McInnes, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
- Thomas Rindflesch, LHNCBC, US National Library of Medicine, USA
- Freddy Lecue, Accenture Tech Labs, Ireland
- Chris Brew, Thomson Reuters, UK
- Qian Zhu, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA
- Jin-Dong Kim, DBCLS, Research Organization of Information and Systems, Japan
- Wei Hu, Nanjing University, China
- Gong Cheng, Nanjing University, China
- Ben Hachey, The University of Sydney, Australia
- For information about this workshop, please contact the workshop chairs at: email@example.com.