Publications, Talks, Posters 2003-2006

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GO publications, Tutorials and Workshops, Presentations, and Posters
For the GO grant HG –02273
2003 – 2006

Here we list publications, tutorials, talks and posters focused primarily on the GO and use of the GO, and presented by GOC members.


2006

2006 Publications

Rubin, D.L., Lewis, S.E., Mungall, C.J., Misra, S., Westerfield, M., Ashburner, M., Sim, I., Chute, C.G., Solbrig, H., Storey, M.-A., Smith, B., Day-Richter, J., Noy, N.F., Musen, M.A. 2006. National Center for Biomedical Ontology: Advancing Biomedicine through Structured Organization of Scientific Knowledge. OMICS: Journal of Integrative Biology 10: 185-198.

The Gene Ontology Consortium. 2006. The Gene Ontology (GO) project in 2006. Nucleic Acids Res. 1;34 (Database issue):D322-6.

Aslett M and Wood V. 2006. Gene Ontology annotation status of the fission yeast genome: preliminary coverage approaches 100% Yeast (P 913-919)


2006 Talks

2006 Update on the Gene Ontology project. Development and Implemention of Ontologies in the Database workshop, Plant & Animal Genomes XIV, San Diego, CA. (Clark)(January)

2006 Presentation on the Gene Ontology. Semantic Enrichment of the Scientific Literature Symposium, EBI, Hinxton, February. (Ashburner)

2006 Editing the Gene Ontology. Presentation at EBI, Hinxton, UK. (Clark)(February)

2006 Invited talk. Developing and Using the Gene Ontology. GENIA workshop on Text Mining, Ontologies, and Natural Language Processing in Biomedicine, Manchester, UK. (Harris)(March)

2006 Invited presentation. Bioinformatics Organization Benjamin Franklin Award Lecture, Boston, April. (Ashburner)

2006 Invited talk. Introduction to the Gene Ontology. BioModels.net Training Camp, Hinxton, UK. (Harris)(April)

2006 Invited talk. Developing and Using the Gene Ontology. RDF, Ontologies and Meta-Data Workshop, Edinburgh, UK. (Harris)(June)

2006 Invited Speaker – Swiss Prot 20th Anniversary Celebration Conference, Fortaleza, Brazil. July 30-August 4. Talk: Using Ontologies for Biomedical Research: Progress and Promise. (Blake)(July)

2006 Invited talk: The Gene Ontology. SwissProt 20th Anniversary Meeting, Fortaleza, Brazil, August. (Ashburner)

2006 Presentation on ontologies. 21st Century Trust. Hinxton, August. (Ashburner).

2006 Presentation on ontologies. National Institute for Environmental eScience, eGenomics: Cataloguing our complete genome collection. Cambridge, September. (Ashburner).

2006 Invited seminar. Ontologies for Biology. School of Life Sciences, Peking University, October. (Ashburner).

2006 Invited Speaker – South Carolina Medical School Seminar Series, Charleston, S.C. November 1. Beyond the Data Deluge: The Gene Ontology and Mouse Genome Informatics.

2006 Invited Speaker and Participant – Global Dialogues on Emerging Science and Technology (GDEST) Conference on Bioinformatics, Petropolis, Brazil. November 12-15. Co-sponsored by the Office of the Science and Technology Advisor to the Secretary of State (STAD), USA and Brazilian National Laboratory for Scientific Computation. Talk: Beyond the Data Deluge: The Gene Ontology and Mouse Genome Informatics. (Blake)(November)

2006 Beyond the Data Deluge: Bio-Ontologies and Biomedical Research. 2nd International Symposium on Semantic Mining in Biomedicine (SMBM). Jena, Germany. (Keynote)(Blake) (April).

2006 Representation of Immunology in GO. Ontology Workshop: Focus on Immunology. Bethesda, MD. (Diehl)(March).

2006 Utilization of Ontologies to Represent Mammalian Biology. Ontology Workshop: Focus on Immunology. Bethesda, MD. (Blake)(March).

2006 Development and Maintenance of the Gene Ontology. Ontology Workshop: Focus on Immunology. Bethesda, MD. (Lewis)(March).

2006 Current and Future of BioOntologies. AAAS meeting, Biological Frontiers Track. St. Louis, MO (Blake)(February).

2006 Ontologies for biologists. A community model for the annotation of genomic data. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Maui (Keynote)(Ashburner)(Jan).

2006 Workshops and Tutorials

2006 The Gene Ontology Project. Talk and demo on GO at Eurofung Aspergillus Annotation Jamboree, Copenhagen, Denmark. (Clark)

2006 Introduction to Ontologies and Introduction to GO and SO; annotation exercises. Training for Royal Society of Chemistry editors, Cambridge, UK. (Clark, Lomax)

2006 The Gene Ontology Project. Tutorial on GO, ontologies, and OBO-Edit at Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK. (Lomax, Clark)

2006 GO demonstration at MSc student open day at EBI, Hinxton, UK. (Clark)

2006 Gene Ontology Structure. Getting the most from the fission yeast genome data: A computing workshop, Hinxton, UK. (Harris)

2006 Gene Ontology Usage. Getting the most from the fission yeast genome data: A computing workshop, Hinxton, UK. (Lomax)

2006 GO tutorials on annotation and microarray analysis at MUGEN course, Milan. (Lomax)

2006 Workshop: Gene Ontology. Plant & Animal Genomes XIV, San Diego, CA. (Clark, Day-Richter, Drabkin, Balakrishnan)


2006 Posters

2006 Accessing biological knowledge about immunology using Gene Ontology annotations. AAI Annual Meeting, Boston, MA (Diehl, Hill, Drabkin, Ni, Dolan, Richardson, Blake)(May)

2006 Improvements in the representation of immunology in the Gene Ontology. International Congress of Immunogenomics and Immunomics, Budapest, Hungary (Diehl, Lee, Scheuermann, Hill, Blake)(October)

2006 Does your species show in GO? European Fission Yeast Meeting, Hinxton, UK. (Clark)

2006 Does your species show in GO? ARK-Genomics Meeting, Cambridge, UK. (Clark)

2006 Gene Nomenclature and Gene Ontology: The perfect partnership? HGM06, 11th Annual Human Genome Meeting, Helsinki, Finland. (Lovering, Khodiyar)



2006 Fliers/literature created

2006 Society of Nematologists Annual Meeting, June 2006, Hawaii: Distributed a one-page flyer titled ‘Does your gene show in GO?’ (R Kishore and R Lee, Caltech)


2005

2005 Publications

Bard, J., Rhee, S.Y. and M. Ashburner. 2005. An ontology for cell types. Genome Biology, 6: R21.

Blaschke C., Yeh, A., Camon, E., Colosimo, M., Apweiler R., Hirschman, L., and Valencia, A. Do you do text? 2005. Bioinformatics. 2005 Sep 29; [epub ahead of print]

Camon, E., Barrell, D., Dimmer, E., Lee, V., Magrane, M., Maslen, J., Binns, D., and Apweiler R. 2005. An evaluation of GO annotation retrieval for BioCreAtIvE and GOA. BMC Bioinformatics 6(1): S17

Clark JI, Brooksbank C, Lomax J. 2005. It's all GO for plant scientists. Plant Physiol. 138(3): 1268–1279.

Dimmer, E., Berardini, T.Z., and Camon, E. 2005. Methods in GO Annotation. In Plant Bioinformatics. Humana Press. (accepted)

Dolan, M.E., Ni, L., Camon, E., and Blake, J.A. 2005. A procedure for assessing GO annotation consistency. Bioinformatics Suppl 1:i136-i143.

Drabkin, H.J., Hollenbeck, C., Hill, D.P., and Blake, J.A. 2005. Ontological visualization of protein-protein interactions. BMC Bioinformatics 6:29.

Eilbeck K, Lewis S. 2005. Sequence Ontology annotation guide. Comparative and Functional Genomics. 6:642-647.

Eileck, K., Lewis, S.E., Mungall, C.., Yandell, M., Stein, L., Durbin, R., and Ashburner, M. 2005. The Sequence Ontology: a tool for the unification of genome annotations. Genome Biology 6:R44.

Harris MA, Lomax J, Ireland A, and Clark JI. 2005. The Gene Ontology project. In Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics, Part 4, Bioinformatics. S. Subramanian (section ed.), Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

Lee, V., Camon, E., Dimmer, E., Barrell, D., and Apweiler, R. 2005 Who tangos with GOA? Use of Gene Ontology Annotation (GOA) for biological interpretation of ‘-omics’ data and for validation of automatic annotation tools. In Silico Biol. 5: 0002.

Lewis, S.E. 2005. Gene Ontology: looking backwards and forwards. Genome Biology 6:103.

Lomax J, The Gene Ontology Consortium. 2005. Get ready to GO! A biologist's guide to the Gene Ontology. Brief. Bioinform. 6: 298-304.

Harris MA, Lomax J, Ireland A, and Clark JI. 2005. The Gene Ontology project. In Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics, Part 4, Bioinformatics. S. Subramanian (section ed.), Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

Lewis SE. Gene Ontology: looking backwards and forwards. Genome Biology 6: 103.

Loftus BJ, Fung E, Roncaglia P, Rowley D, (54 authors)Fraser CM, Hyman RW. The genome of the basidiomycetous yeast and human pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans. Science 307(5713):1321-4.

Lomax J, The Gene Ontology Consortium. 2005. Get ready to GO! A biologist's guide to the Gene Ontology. Brief. Bioinform. 6: 298-304.

Yamazaki Y, Jaiswal P. 2005. Biological ontologies in rice databases. An introduction to the activities in gramene and oryzabase. Plant Cell Physiol. 46(1):63-8.


2005 Talks

2005 The Gene Ontology. MetaboMeeting 1.0, Cambridge, UK. (Lomax)(July)

2005 GOing forward: Refining the content of the Gene Ontology. ISMB 2005, Detroit, MI. (Harris)(June).

2005 The Gene Ontology. Wellcome Trust Advanced Course, Cambridge, UK. (Lomax)(June).

2005 Beyond Data Integration: Data Management for Knowledge Discovery. Ontology and Biomedical Informatics Conference. Rome, Italy. Funded by the International Medical Informatics Association. (Blake)(Apr-May).

2005 Case Study GO: Challenges and Pitfalls in Ontology Development Computable Semantics for Complex Biological Systems Workshop. Arlington VA. Funded by DARPA. (Blake)(March).

2005 Resources for Genomic Analysis at the Saccharomyces Genome Database. University of Chicago Department of Molecular Genetics. (Hong).

2005 Ontologies for biologists: Taming the beast. Invited speaker, 4th Computational Systems Bioinformatics Conference (IEEE), Palo Alto, September. (Ashburner)

2005 Keynote. Ontologies for biologists: Taming the beast. Microarray Gene Expression Society (MGED) 8, Bergen, Norway, September. (Ashburner)

2005 Keynote Talk. Ontologies for biologists: Taming the beast. Applied Biosystems, Science Meeting, Asilomar, September. (Ashburner)

2005 Ontologies for biologists: Taming the beast. Keynote, 1st International Annual Conference, Brazilian Association for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Caxambu, Brazil, October. (Ashburner)

2005 Keynote at Official Opening, National Bioinformatics Network, South Africa, December. (Ashburner)


2005 Workshops and Tutorials

2005 One day course on GO Bioinformatics Masters, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Lisbon, Portugal. (Ireland).

2005 HGMP Microarray Workshop, Cambridge, UK. (Lomax, Ireland).

2005 Principles for building biomedical ontologies. Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology meeting. (Lewis, Ashburner, Hill, Balakrishnan, Smith).

2005 GO and Fly Base. Drosophila Genomics Course. National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India (Ashburner).

2005 Workshop on SGD, CGD and Gene Ontology. XXIII Fungal Genetics Conference. (Cherry, Costanzo, Hong).

2005 The Gene Ontology Consortium. Plant and Animal Genome XIII Conference, San Diego, CA (Clark).

2005 Annotating To Gene Ontology In The Mouse Genome Informatics Databases. Development and Implementation of Ontologies in the Database: An NSF sponsored training workshop. Plant and Animal Genome XIII Conference. San Diego, CA (Drabkin, Blake, Bult, Richardson, Ringwald, Kadin, Eppig and the Mouse Genome Informatics Group).

2005 Analyzing gene expression data using GO. Onto-Express Tutorial. (Lomax).


2005 Posters

2005 Where do we GO next? Involving biologists in Gene Ontology development. First International Biocurator Meeting, Asilomar, CA. (Harris)

2005 Does your species show in GO? Gene Ontology annotation outreach. First International Biocurator Meeting, Asilomar, CA. (Clark, Harris)

2005 Ontological representation of complex biological systems Genome Informatics, CSHL (Blake)

2005 Enjoy Gene Ontology. Therapeutic Applications of Computational Biology, Hinxton, UK. (Lomax).

2005 The Gene Ontology. MetaboMeeting 1.0, Cambridge, UK. (Lomax).

2005 Where do we GO next? Refining the content of the Gene Ontology. ISMB 2005, Detroit, MI. (Harris and the Gene Ontology Consortium).

2005 The integration of Gene Ontology annotations and search tools within the Mouse Genome Informatics system. Experimental biology. San Diego CA. (Diehl, Blake, Hill, Drabkin, Ni, Dolan, Richardson)(April).

2005 Ontological Visualization of Protein-Protein Interactions. Development and Implementation of Ontologies in the Database: An NSF sponsored training workshop. Plant and Animal Genome XIII San Diego, CA. (Drabkin, Blake, Hollembeck, Hill)


2004

2004 Publications

Ashburner M, Mungall CJ, Lewis S. 2004. Ontologies for biologists - A community model for the annotation of genomic data. LXVIII Cold Spring Harbor Symposuim on Quantitative Biology. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. LXVII: 227-235.

Bada M, Stevens R, Goble C, Gil Y, Ashburner M, Blake JA, Cherry JM, Harris M, and Lewis S. 2004. A Short Study on the Success of the Gene Ontology. Journal of Web Semantics 1(2)6 pg.

Blake JA. Bio-ontologies: fast and furious. Nature Biotechnology 22:773-774.

Lomax J, McCray AT. 2004. Mapping the Gene Ontology into the Unified Medical Language System. Comp Funct Genomics.

Mi H, Vandergriff J, Campbell M, Narechania A, Majoros W, Lewis S, Thomas PD, Ashburner M. 2003. Assessment of genome-wide protein function classification for Drosophila melanogaster. Genome Research 13:2118-2128.

Mungall C. 2004. Obol: integrating language and meaning in bio-ontologies. Comparative and Functional Genomics 5: 509-520.

The Gene Ontology Consortium. 2004. The Gene Ontology (GO) Database and Informatics Resource. Nucleic Acids Research 32:D258-D261.



2004 Talks

2004 GOing forward: Refining Gene Ontology Content. Genome Informatics, Hinxton, UK. (Harris)(September).

2004 The Gene Ontology Project. International Rice Genome Meeting, Tsukuba, Japan. (Harris)(February).

2004 From Data to Knowledge in the Digital Age: Mouse Genome Informatics and the Gene Ontology. Oregon Sciences and Health University. Portland Oregon(Blake)(February).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine. The Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore MD. (Ashburner)(February).

2004 Ontologies for Biology: The Gene Ontology and OBO. REWERSE Kickoff Meeting, Munich, Germany. (Harris)(March).

2004 Ontologies for Biology: The Gene Ontology Project. Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 2004, Padua, Italy. (Harris)(March).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Institut de Gentique Humaine. University of Montpellier, France. (Ashburner)(April).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. The Formal Architecture of the Gene Ontology Workshop. Formal Ontology Institute, Leipzig, Germany. (Ashburner)(May).

2004 Ontologies for Biology: The Gene Ontology and OBO. Bioinformatics 2004, Linköping, Sweden. (Harris)(June).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. School of Crystallography. Birkbeck College, London, UK. (Ashburner)(July).

2004 GO, OBO, and Omics. Ontology Workshop 2004 "Development and Applications of Ontologies on OMICS Research", Göttingen, Germany. (Harris)(July).

2004 Comparative Function Annotation and Analysis in Mouse. Genome Informatics Meeting . Wellcome Trust Genome Center, UK.(Blake)(September).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Department of Biology. Indiana University, IN. (Ashburner)(September).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Department of Biology. Notre Dame University, IL. (Ashburner)(September).

2004 Introduction to the Sequence Ontology. Genome Informatics Hinxton, UK. (Eilbeck)(September).

2004 Functional Genome Annotation Using Controlled Vocabularies. Standards and Ontologies for Functional Genomes Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Funded by NHGRI, Wellcome Trust. (Blake)(October).

2004 Introduction to the sequence Ontology. Standards and Ontologies for Functional Genomes Conference. Philadelphia, PA. (Eilbeck)(October).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Mouse Genetics Unit, Medical Research Council. Harwell, UK. (Ashburner)(November).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium. Cambridge, UK. (Ashburner)(December).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Department of Genetics. University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. (Ashburner)(December).

2004 BioOntologies SIG. Glasgow. OBOl-Open Bio-Ontology Language. (Mungall)

2004 Resources for Genomic Analysis at the Saccharomyces Genome Database. Cornell Plant Pathology Department. (Costanzo).

2004 Resources for Genomic Analysis at the Saccharomyces Genome Database. Cornell Genomics Forum. (Costanzo).

2004 Integrating Saccharomyces Information. Center for Biomolecular Science and Engineering at UCSC. (Cherry)

2004 Tools for assessing GO annotation consistency. GO User Meeting, Chicago IL.(Dolan, Ni, Campbell, Hollenbeck, Blake).


2004 Workshops and Tutorials

2004 DAG-Edit. Intelligent Systems in Molecular Biology, Glasgow, UK (Day-Richter).

2004 Wellcome Trust Advance Course,UK. (Lomax, Ireland).

2004 HGMP Microarray Workshops, Hinxton UK. (Lomax, Ireland).

2004 One day course on GO Bioinformatics Masters, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Lisbon, Portugal. (Ireland).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Perl for Bioinformatics Course, Cold Spring Harbor Lab, NY. (Ashburner).

2004 Ontologies for Informatics. Oxford Genomics Course, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. (Ashburner).

2004 Introduction to Biological Ontologies: The Gene Ontology Experience. Ontologies for Databases Workshop, Plant & Animal Genomes XII, San Diego, CA. (Harris).

2004 DAG-Edit. Tutorial. Walnut Creek CA. (Day-Richter).


2004 Posters

2004 Mouse Genome Informatics and Use of Genome Ontology Annotations in the Analysis of Microarray Data in Immunology. The 12th International Congress of Immunology. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.(Diehl, Blake, Hill, Drabkin, Ni, Dolan, Bult, Richardson)(July).

2004 GO On, Tell Us What You Think: Community Input into the Gene Ontology. ISMB 2004, Glasgow, UK. (Clark, Ireland, Lomax, Harris and the Gene Ontology Consortium).

2004 Integrating the Gene Ontology into the Unified Medical Language System. ISMB 2004, Glasgow, UK. (Lomax, McCray)

2004 Accessing Information at SGD with GBrowse and GO Tools. Gene Transcription in Yeast. EuroConference (Christie)

2004 S.cerevisiae annotation in the genomic era. 2004 Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting. Seattle, Washington. (Fisk)

2004 A procedure for assessing GO annotation consistency. GO User Meeting, Stanford University, CA. (Dolan, Ni, Blake).

2004 From Resource to Research: MGI and GO. RECOMB, San Diego, CA. (Dolan, Richardson, Eppig, Ringwald, Bult, Kadin, Blake)

2004 Assessing GO annotation consistency: A case study using mouse, rat and human annotations. SOFG, Philadelphia, PA. (Dolan, Ni, Campbell, Hollenbeck, Blake).

2004 The Use of the Gene Ontology and other Controlled Vocabularies In The Mouse Genome Informatics Databases. IUBMB/ASBMB, Boston, MA. (Drabkin, Blake, Bult, Richardson, Ringwald, Kadin, Eppig and the Mouse Genome Informatics Group).


2004 Publications

Blake JA and Harris M. 2003. The Gene Ontology Project: Structured vocabularies for molecular biology and their application to genome and expression analysis. In Current Protocols in Bioinformatics. A.D. Baxevanis, D.B. Davison, R. Page, G. Stormo and L. Stein eds., Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.


2003

2003 Workshops and Tutorials

2003 One day course on GO Bioinformatics Masters, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Lisbon, Portugal. (Ireland).

2003 Gene Ontology Consortium Cropnet Meeting. (Clark).

2003 Manual GO Annotation Cropnet Meeting (Dimmer).



2003 Talks

2003 Beyond the Gene Ontology: Golbal Open Biology Ontologies. Bioinformatics User Interfaces, Ontologies and Interoperability workshop, Plant & Animal Genomes XI, San Diego, CA, USA. (Harris)(January)

2003 Ontology Development in Model Organism Database Systems: The Gene Ontology and the Mouse Genome Informatics System. Advances in Genome Biology and Technology Conference. Marco Island, FL(Blake)(February).

2003 Ontologies for Biology. EBI Industry Workshop on Ontologies, Hinxton, UK. (Harris)(February).

2003 Ontologies for Informatics. HUGO: 2003 Cancun, Mexico. (Ashburner)(March).

2003 Ontologies for Informatics. The Biotechnology Centre of Oslo. Oslo, Norway. (Ashburner) (March).

2003 Ontologies for Biologists. A community model for the annotation of genomic data. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium, NY (Ashburner)(March).

2003 Introduction to the Gene Ontology. Chicken Genome Workshop, Hinxton, UK. (Harris)(March).

2003 Joined-up Ontologies: Incorporating the Gene Ontology into UMLS. Genome Informatics, CSHL, NY. (Harris, presenting for Lomax)(May).

2003 Practical ontologies for Biology. EMBO Meeting: Dealing with the Data Deluge, Varenna, Italy (Ashburner)(August).

2003 The Gene Ontology: Tool for the Unification of Biology. Wellcome Trust Workshop on Informatics Resources for the Human Genome. Bethesda, MD(Blake)(September).

2003 The Sequence Ontology. GMOD Meeting.(Eilbeck)(September).

2003 Ontologies for Informatics. Swedish Bioinformatics Workshop. Linkoping, Sweden. (Ashburner)(October).

2003 Ontologies for Biology: The Gene Ontology Project. Workshop on Facilitating Microbial Research through Advanced Data Management Infrastructure, Arlington, VA. (Harris)(October)

2003 Ontologies for Informatics. Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncologicas. Madrid, Spain. (Ashburner)(December).

2003 Bio-Ontology about SO.ISMB. Brisbane, Australia. (Lewis).

2003 The Gene Ontologies- A common Language for Annotation of Genes. SRI. (Christie)

2003 New Gene Ontology Features of the Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) Enhance Information Retrieval. 2003 International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis. (Hirschman)

2003 Gene Ontology development and implementation at the Saccharomyces Genome Database. 2003 Annual Meeeting and International Symposuim of the Korean Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology. (Hong).

2003 Resources for Genomic Analysis at the Saccharomyces Genome Database. Pusan National University. (Hong).

2003 Resources for Genomic Analysis at the Saccharomyces Genome Database. Seoul National University. (Hong).

2003 New Global Analysis Tools at SGD: GO Term Finder, Go Term Mapper tools. HUGO Human Genome Meeting. (Dolinski).

2003 Gene Ontology Tools at the Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD). XXII Fungal Genetics Conference. (Theesfeld).


2003 Posters

2003 Data Integration in Mouse Genome Informatics using controlled vocabularies. EB San Diego, CA (Drabkin, Blake, Bult, Richardson, Kadin, Epping and The Mouse Genome Database Group).

2003 Mouse Genome Information: The Comprehensive Integrated Online Mouse Information Resource. XIX International Congress of Genetics, Melbourne, Australia. (Ni, Blake, Bult, Ringwald, Kadin, Richardson, Eppig, and the Mouse Genome Informatics Group)(July).

2003 The Gene Ontology: a real-life ontology, progress and future. I3C Conference(Lomax).

2003 MGI and GO: A Research Approach. VI Conference on Computational Genomics, Boston, MA(Dolan).

2003 What is the Sequence Ontology. 6th Annual Conference on Computational Genomics. Boston MA.(Eilbeck, Lewis, Mungall, Yandell, Ashburner).

2003 So What? CSHL Genome Biology Meeting (Lewis).

2003 MGI and GO: A Research Approach. Computational Genetics, Cambridge, MA. (Dolan, Blake, Eppig, Ringwald, Bult, Kadin, Richardson).

2003 Gene Ontology Tools at SGD. Genome Informatics Meeting at Cold Spring Harbor. (Fisk)

2003 New Tools at SGD – Find Chromosomal Features Search, GO Term Mapper, GO Term Finder, GO Tree View. 2003 CSH Meeting on Yeast Cell Biology. (Christie)

All Years

Course Lectures on GO in the following courses

2007 Faculty, Graduate Course in Bioinformatics. Nanjing Agricultural University, China (Tyler)

2004 Faculty, Graduate Course in Functional Genomics. University of Maine and The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME (Blake).

2004 Faculty, Assessing gene function using the GO and MGI, Short Course on Gene Microarray Development and Analysis: Approaches to Heart, Lung, Blood and Sleep Disorders.(Blake).

2002-2004 Faculty, Short Course on Genome Sequence Analysis: Theory and Practice. Bar Harbor, ME. (Blake, Lewis)

2002-2004 Faculty, Short Course on Gene Microarray Development and Analysis: Approach to Heart, Lung, Blood and Sleep Disorders. Bar Harbor, ME. (Blake)

2003 Faculty, Toxicogenomics. Gordon Research Conference. Bates College, Lewiston, ME.(Blake).

2003, 2004 Invited speaker Advances in Genome Technology and Bioinformatics. Co-Sponsored by the Marine Biological Laboratory and The Institute for Genomic Research. Woods Hole, MA (Blake).