BioData Catalyst manuscript published in JAMIA

On May 16th, the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) published the BioData Catalyst (BDC) Consortium’s manuscript, authored by several members of the BDC Consortium, about the ecosystem and some of its early successes.

RENCI’s role in the BDC ecosystem is to develop tools and apps for machine learning; deep learning models; semantic search; and visualizing, annotating and analyzing biomedical images.

Reaching consensus around the manuscript’s content illustrates BDC’s commitment to collaboration and building a strong and thriving community of practice. The publication provides public acknowledgment of NHLBI’s continued investment and contributions to data science and establishes the seminal reference for publications of future scientific advances destined to come from research conducted in the BDC ecosystem.

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