GSC 11: George Garrity

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SIGS Journal. George Garrity (Michigan State University).

The 11th Genomic Standards Consortium Meeting (GSC 11), held at The Wellcome Trust Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK, April 4-6, 2011 (http://gensc.org/gc_wiki/index.php/GSC_11)

The Standards in Genomic Sciences journal

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Presentation by George Garrity (Michigan State University) during the M3/BioSharing special interest group meeting at ISMB 2010 in Boston, MA, USA. See http://gensc.org/gc_wiki/index.php/M3_%26_BioSharing# for details. (No sound; use pause to view individual slides).

GSC 9 Plenary talk: Communicating Scientific Knowledge: Is progress lagging?

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9th Genomic Standards Consortium Workshop at JCVI, Rockville, MD, USA, April 28-30, 2010 ( http://gensc.org/gc_wiki/index.php/GSC_9 ). Plenary talk by David Lipman (NCBI). Over the last 30 years, advances in DNA sequencing technology and other high throughput methods have led to exponential growth in biomedical data. Right from the beginning, the leadership at the National Institutes of Health and other major funding agencies promoted explicit policies on data sharing and also supported...

The GSC’s eJournal: ”Standards in Genomic Science” (SIGS)

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9th Genomic Standards Consortium Workshop at JCVI, Rockville, MD, USA, April 28-30, 2010.
Update on GSC’s eJournal: ”Standards in Genomic Science” (SIGS; http://standardsingenomics.org/)

OpenSciNY Open Notebook Science Talk

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On May 14, 2010 Jean-Claude Bradley presented on Open Notebook Science at the OpenSciNY conference at the New York University Library. He introduced the topic by telling a few stories about how new forms of communication are affecting how we think about concepts like "scientific precedent", "peer review", "scientific publishing" and "scientific scholarship". At the end he spoke about archiving Open Notebook Science projects culminating in the publication of the Reaction Attempts and ONS...

Peer Review and Science2.0

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Jean-Claude Bradley presents on "Peer Review and Science2.0: blogs, wikis and social networking sites" as a guest lecturer for the “Peer Review Culture in Scholarly Publication and Grantmaking” course at Drexel University. The main thrust of the presentation is that peer review alone is not capable of coping with the increasing flood of scientific information being generated and shared. Arguments are made to show that providing sufficient proof for scientific findings does scale and...

How EIC Andy Greene, PhD, became involved with Physiological Genomics

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Editor-in-Chief of Physiological Genomics, Andrew S. Greene, PhD., discusses how he became involved with the journal.

Epigenomics of Cancer - Prof. Wei Li (Part 1, 2009)

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Prof. Wei Li lectures on studies of transcription factor binding sites and histone modifications using ChIP-chip and Chip-seq assays. Part of the Computer Aided Discovery Methods 2009 course offered at Baylor College of Medicine.

Ten Simple Rules for Getting Published

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he student council ( http://www.iscbsc.org/ ) of the International Society for Computational Biology asked me to present my thoughts on getting published in the field of computational biology at the Intelligent Systems in Molecular Biology conference held in Detroit in late June of 2005. Close to 200 bright young souls (and a few not so young) crammed into a small room for what proved to be a wonderful interchange among a group of whom approximately one-half had yet to publish their first...
Authors: Philip e Bourne