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Not a SWON Event - Researchers producing big data and small data face unique challenges in data management, data sharing, reproducible research and preservation. This daylong event will highlight these challenges and showcase opportunities for all researchers. This event promises to engage audience members, reveal solutions to these data challenges and foster a community of best practices around improved data management.

3/23/2017
When: Thursday, March 23, 2017
8:30 AM
Where: Tangeman University Center
2766 UC Main Street
400 ABC
Cincinnati 45221
United States
Contact: Amy Koshoffer
(513) 556-1310

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Researchers producing big data and small data face unique challenges in data management, data sharing, reproducible research and preservation. This daylong event will highlight these challenges and showcase opportunities for all researchers. This event promises to engage audience members, reveal solutions to these data challenges and foster a community of best practices around improved data management.

Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Philip E. Bourne is a Senior Research Investigator at the National Institute of Health (NIH). Before taking on his current role, Dr. Bourne served as the first permanent Associate Director for Data Science (ADDS) at NIH.

Dr. Bourne’s professional interests focus on relevant biological and educational outcomes derived from computation and scholarly communication. This work involves the use of algorithms, text mining, machine learning, metalanguages, biological databases, and visualization applied to problems in systems pharmacology, evolution, cell signaling, apoptosis, immunology, and scientific dissemination.

He has published over 300 papers and five books. One area to which he is extremely committed is to furthering the free dissemination of science through new models of publishing and better integration and subsequent dissemination of data and results.

Dr. Bourne was trained as a physical chemist and earned his Ph.D. from The Flinders University in South Australia.

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