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Bridging Nations for Biomedical Research

Time 04/23/13 01:15PM-02:30PM

Session Abstract

China and India are nations with large and advanced biomedical research community with deep and lasting collaborations between their counterparts in the United States. Fortunately, both the infrastructure and funding is increasingly in place connecting these three scientific communities including the US-China research and education network connection (CANS) and Indo-US Cancer Research Grid (IUCRG). This session would present and discuss both the environment for collaborative research as well as existing and planned research collaboration between the three countries.

Speakers

Speaker H. Kim Lyerly Duke University

Speaker Ana Hunsinger Internet2

Speaker Hemant Darbari Centre for Development of Advanced Computing India

Speaker Anil Srivastava Open Health Systems Laboratory/Internet2

Speaker Michael Sullivan Internet2

Secondary tracks Research Partnership Development and Engagement International Health Sciences Global Trends in Research and Education Global Reach and Leadership Cyberinfrastructure Advanced Network Services and Leadership

Session Media

media item thumbnail Bridging Nations for Biomedical Research Netcast Archive China and India are nations with large and advanced biomedical research community with deep and lasting collaborations between their counterparts in the United States. Fortunately, both the infrastructure and funding is increasingly in place connecting these three scientific communities including the US-China research and education network connection (CANS) and Indo-US Cancer Research Grid (IUCRG). This session would present and discuss both the environment for collaborative research as well as existing and planned research collaboration between the three countries. media item thumbnail Bridging Nations for Biomedical Research Netcast Archive China and India are nations with large and advanced biomedical research community with deep and lasting collaborations between their counterparts in the United States. Fortunately, both the infrastructure and funding is increasingly in place connecting these three scientific communities including the US-China research and education network connection (CANS) and Indo-US Cancer Research Grid (IUCRG). This session would present and discuss both the environment for collaborative research as well as existing and planned research collaboration between the three countries.

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