Fall 2006 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Enabling a Collaborative Approach for Biomedical Research and Homeland Security

Time 12/07/06 08:45AM-10:00AM

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Session Abstract

The US NIH's groundbreaking Biodefense Network, launched in 2004, now comprises a national community of 500 physicians and researchers, 15 biocontainment labs, 9 regional centers of excellence, and scores of leading hospitals and medical schools. The Biodefense Network, managed by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), leverages the high speed connections provided by Internet2, and collaboration tools such as the Access Grid, to carry out its collaborative and computing-intense research. This session will detail how Internet2 and its collaboration tools can serve biomedical research as well as critical homeland security applications.

Speakers

Speaker Jim Miller inSORS Integrated Communications, Inc.

Speaker Harold Garner University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Enabling a Collaborative Approach for Biomedical Research and Homeland Security (ppt)

Speaker Harold Garner University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center

Speaker Jim Miller inSORS Integrated Communications, Inc.

Secondary tracks Teaching and Learning, K20 Teaching and Learning, K20 Advancing Applications: What's Working? What's Not? What's Needed? Advancing Applications: What's Working? What's Not? What's Needed? Middleware

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