Biomedical Citizen Science- SciTS 2015
06 Apr 2016 | Contributor(s): Katrina Theisz, Jennifer Couch, Nih Citizen Science Working Group
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Citizen Science working group is interested investigating the utility of and furthering the incorporation of citizen science methodologies into biomedical research in a way that maintains NIH’s high level of scientific and ethical standards. The...
Building the Knowledgebase of Biology using Citizen Science
07 Jan 2016 | Contributor(s): Andrew Su, Ishwar Chandramouli (Contributor)
Andrew Su discusses annotation of biomedical literature via crowdsourcing.[[Youtube(hT_pj1cB0Q8, 500, 400)]]
Citizen Science Association 2015 Biomed Panel Intro
21 Dec 2015 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Jennifer Couch, Katrina Theisz (Contributor), Ishwar Chandramouli (Contributor)
Introduction to the panel:
Overview of citizen science projects at Cancer Research UK
25 Apr 2016 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Peter Smittenaar
Top-level overview of the projects undertaken by the Citizen Science team at Cancer Research UK between 2012 and 2016.
CitSciBio.org- The Biomedical Citizen Science Hub
13 May 2016 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Katrina Theisz, Jennifer Couch, Elizabeth Gillanders
Abstract:In an effort to help connect the widely dispersed practitioners and resources of biomedical citizen science, NIH have teamed up with HUBzero to build the Biomedical Citizen Science Hub, CitSciBio.org. The Hub (CitSciBio) is designed to be a collaborative virtual environment, and to be...
CitSciBio.org- The Biomedical Citizen Science Hub (poster handout)
13 May 2016 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Katrina Theisz, Elizabeth Gillanders, Jennifer Couch
Research Literature: A new entry point for biomedical citizen science
24 May 2017 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Ginger Tsueng
Biomedical literature represents one of the largest and fastest growing collections of unstructured biomedical knowledge and finding critical information buried in the literature remains a huge challenge in biomedical research. With the development of a web-based application, Mark2Cure...
Standing on the shoulders of giants: Why knowledge management matters for genomics and precision medicine.
30 May 2017 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Andrew Su, Ginger Tsueng (Contributor)
Seminar by Dr. Andrew Su, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA. October 17, 2016Dr. Su discusses the importance of knowledge management for biomedical discovery, delving into his lab's work on Gene Wiki / Wikidata (crowdsourced science) and Mark2Cure (citizen science)