The success and development of this BD2K Center came from the careful, longstanding pursuit of Big Data Science by the investigator team. This collaborative effort has resulted in multiple workshops and tutorials organized and led by key investigators of this team, including two informatics workshops at the National Institutes of Health on Data and OMICS integration. This BD2K investigator team has taken on a leadership role in the development of Data Science and these efforts are widely respected by the scientific community and recognized by NIH through this award.
Six participating institutions led by 25 significant contributors.
The 11 NIH BD2K Centers of Excellence, the LINCS-BD2K Perturbation Data Coordination and Integration Center, and the Data Discovery Index Coordination Consortium work synergistically towards a common goal.
We work with the other NIH BD2K Centers to:
All Centers share the following operational responsibilities to:
We serve the scientific community and public to: