Upcoming HuBMAP Meetings & Events
call will be held Wednesday, February 5 @ 10AM ET.
will take place Monday, February 10 @ 3PM ET.
Save the Date
Annual HuBMAP Meeting
will take place May 18 - 20, 2020 in Bethesda, MD. Agenda and venue TBD.
Introducing "Dear Dena"
Can't remember if you registered? When are progress reports due? My lab tech is doing rain dances to make the assay work, but I keep telling him he’s spinning in the wrong direction for this celestial cycle, how can I convince him? Dear Dena will have the answers, or at least something close to an answer...
Help! I’ve already registered for the NIH-HCA meeting, but I haven’t submitted my poster yet. How can I do that? Sincerely, - Almost, but Not Quite Panicked in Philadelphia"
Dear Pseudo-Panicking in Philly:
No worries! The IEC team has set up a link where everyone who would like to submit a poster may. You just need to go
and fill out the information requested.
, I'm struggling with my nacho addiction. Anytime I eat out, I just can't resist ordering a plate of those crispy, salty chips with oozy melted cheese, smokey meats, spicy salsa and delightfully creamy guacamole.It all goes down so well with a perfectly mixed margarita. Help me stop! Sincerely, Nacho Sure What to Do!"
Dear Ignored Nacho in Pittsburgh
, Do not fight your addiction! It will only bring you pain, and besides if you eat them with enough margaritas you will not care about the other issues plaguing your life – two problems solved at once! Don’t go around saying I never did anything for you...
questions to be answered in a future HuBMAP Happenings via email: Dena.Procaccini@nih.gov .
Access to HIVE Infrastructure
Developers in need of HIVE infrastructure may request access through the PSC web form, found
Documentation for HIVE Infrastructure
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 found
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