Commons sharing – buzz at this years Translational Bioinformatics Conference

Our work on a stem cell commons – an as-open-as-you-choose sharing data system for placing stem cell molecular and experimental information into context was shared with the community by Shannan Ho Sui – the program director- at the TBI last week. Tweets #TBI2013 covered it – and tweeted us nicely as they say. Why? because its hard to bring together researchers, their NGS data, the molecular profiles that result and then to combine it in order to find the underlying shared function and meaning and shared interests. The Harvard Stem Cell Institute Stem Cell Commons plans to do just that. Find our presentation here. Genomeweb shout out here.

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About winhide

I develop and use computational biology approaches to impact global public health in research such as understanding of stem cell biology, systematics of cellular profiling and complex diseases.
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