This week's images are courtesy of HuBMAP researchers Dr. Fiona Ginty, Chrystal Chadwick, and Liz McDonough from GE Research, who are working with Drs. Jonhan Ho & Louis Falo from the University of Pittsburgh. The two images presented (H&E and celldive) are of the epidermis. Nuclei = blue, epidermis cells = red, cell proliferation = green, DNA repair = yellow.
Do you ever wish you could view your images on an actual NIH website to show off to people? Well, consider your wish granted! All of the Images of the Week will be housed on the
Summer school attendance guarantees admission to the Model-Building Hackathon.
The Hackathon will group attendees by topic of interest. Experienced modelers will be embedded within each group. Everyone will leave with a functioning core model that they can further customize. Advanced modelers can apply to attend just the Hackathon.
Bridge2AI Update: New Funding Opportunity Announcement and Team Building Activities
Please see the new Funding Opportunity Announcement: Integration, Dissemination, and Evaluation (BRIDGE) Center for the NIH Bridge to Artificial Intelligence (Bridge2AI) Program (U54 Clinical Trial Not Allowed). The Bridge2AI program plans to support a cross-cutting Integration, Dissemination and Evaluation (BRIDGE) Center (RFA-RM-21-023) to integrate activities and knowledge across Data Generation Projects, disseminate products, best-practices, and skill development materials/activities, and evaluate all aspects of the Bridge2AI program with input from external stakeholder communities. The BRIDGE Center will combine cores of expertise in administration, team science, ethics, standards, tools optimization, and skills and workforce development. Letters of intent are strongly encouraged and should be sent to this email by July 20, 2021.
Register for our Bridge2AI Team Building Platform today and watch the recorded videos, ask questions, and network. The next event is a Microlab focused on Teaming and Ethics on Monday, June 14, at 2PM ET--join the event from the Bridge2AI Team Building Platform (click 'Join Zoom' at the top of the page on the day of the event):
As outlined during the Annual All-Hands Meeting a few weeks ago, the IEC has
reorganized the Member Portal (formerly known as the Collaboration Portal).
The new Member Portal features a more intuitive quick links menu and has reorganized content into three primary categories:
1) Members, 2) Data Providers, 3) Developers. Our intention is to make it easier to find frequently accessed documents and resources. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the new Member Portal. If there is anything that is missing or would be helpful to have included on these new pages, please
We occasionally receive emails from members indicating that they did not get meeting notifications or cancellations. Often, this is the result of someone not being on a working group email list. If it seems like you have been missing a few notifications lately, please send us an emailand let us know which working group you haven't been getting updates about. We'll ensure that you've been added to the lists!
Developers in need of HIVE infrastructure may request access through the PSC web form, found here.
Instructions for using HIVE infrastructure can now be found in the "Quick Links" section of the Collaboration Portal. A direct link to this documentation can be foundhere. Please report any issues or direct any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.