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Title: Internet2 in the Health Sciences Mary Kratz, MTASCP Program Manager, Internet2 Health Sciences


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Internet2 in the Health SciencesMary Kratz,
MT(ASCP)Program Manager, Internet2 Health
Sciences
http//health.internet2.edu
  • MTSU Internet2 Community Day
  • 14 February 2002

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Healthcare in the Information Age
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Internet2 Focus Areas
  • Advanced Network Infrastructure
  • Middleware
  • Engineering
  • Advanced Applications
  • Partnerships

4
The Scope of the Internet2 Health Science
Workgroup includes clinical practice, medical
and related biological research, education, and
medical awareness in the Public.
5
Internet2 Member Universities
  • 86 Medical Schools (AAMC members)
  • 130 Health Science related colleges
  • Strong leadership team/advisory group
  • Health care focus
  • Life science focus

OHSU
UMich
UIC
NLM
Stanford UCSD
Bradley
UMs
UTenn
UAB
TAMU UTSW
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Affiliate Members
  • National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration(NOAA
    )
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    (NASA)
  • Department of Commerce (DoC)
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology
    (NIST)
  • Department of Energy (DoE)

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Roadmap
  • Networking Health Prescriptions for the
    Internet
  • National Research Council Report
  • Current and future Internet
  • Released 24 February 2000
  • National Academy Press
  • ISBN 0-309-06843-6

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Affiliate Members, cont.
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Oak Ridge National Labs
  • NCSA National Digital Mammography Archive
  • Southeastern Universities Research Association
  • BioGRID Workshops
  • State University System of Florida
  • Virtual Frog K-20 via SEGP
  • University of Missouri System
  • Life Science Symposium, March Virtual Briefing

9
Internet2 Corporate Members
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What does Internet2 mean to medicine?
  • High bandwidth, low latency applications
  • Augmented Virtual Reality
  • Enable human interaction presence
  • Secure access to information and computational
    resources

11
Grand Challenge National Health Information
Infrastructure
  Organism(person) Organ
Tissue Cell Protein Atom organ systems
(1m)
(10-3m) (10-6m) (10-9m)
(1012m)
       Systems models
Continuum models (PDEs) ODEs Stochastic
models Pathway models Gene networks  
 
 
Modeling, Simulation, Visualization, Software
Frameworks, Databases, Networking, Grids
Courtesy Peter Hunter, University of Auckland
12
Health Science Consensus
  • More new information will be created over the
    next 2 years than throughout our entire history. 
  • Medical science will not be possible without
    advanced computing solutions.
  • Instantaneous global communication is the worlds
    next killer application.
  • RD will become more reliant on academic
    industry partnerships than ever before.

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Partnerships Serve as a Catalyst
  • Direct Visualizations
  • Data Collection/Integration
  • Data Mining (BioGRID)
  • Device intercommunication
  • Haptic Immersion
  • Advanced sensors (MEMS)
  • Augmented dexterity
  • Wireless Data Collection
  • Economic models for reimbursement realities

14
Health Science Activities
  • Medical Middleware Working Group
  • Orthopaedic Surgery Working Group
  • CORN article
  • Security SIG
  • HIPAA Guidelines
  • EDUCAUSE Security Framework
  • Veterinary Medical SIG
  • Collaborations and Applications
  • Visible Human Project Collaboratory
  • Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)
  • Virtual Tumor Board
  • National Digital Mammography Archive

15
Middleware
  http//www.nas.nasa.gov/Pubs/NASnews/97/09/ipg_f
ig1.html
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Security and Privacy Guidelines
17
Molecular Interactive Collaborative Environment
(MICE)http//mice.sdsc.edu/
  • Interactive 3D environment
  • Multiple users at different physical locations
    interact via the network
  • Collaboratively examine and manipulate a shared
    3D macromolecule
  • Real-time

18
Remote Instrumentation
  • Phillips XL30 Scanning Electron Microscope
  • Remote operation and Resource sharing
  • Now accessible to a larger audience
  • New teaching and learning techniques are possible

19
Knowledge Managementhttp//nscp01.physics.upenn.e
du/ndma/index.html
20
Human Embryo Development
  • 3-D visualizations of human embryo development
  • Doctors can manipulate data remotely
  • Animations of embryo system development for
    students

George Mason University, Oregon Health Science
University, National Library of Medicine
http//www.nac.gmu.edu/visembryo.htm http//www.oh
su.edu/chrc/
21
3D Brain Mapping Watching the Brain in
Action
By University of Pittsburgh,Carnegie Mellon
University,Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
22
Kennedy Krieger Institute
23
UCLA
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National Security
26
Visible Human Project Advanced Concepts
Technology Demonstration
  • National Anatomy Research and
    Education Network
  • Visible Human Dataset is a public resource
  • Virtual Anatomy toolkit for enabling
    applications
  • Teaching resources for faculty
  • Multi-simultaneous access (classrooms of students
    task aggregate use of network capacity)
  • Anatomy curriculum for medical schools, K-20 and
    the public
  • Internet2/National Library of Medicine leadership
  • 2 decades of investment in the Visible Human
  • Next Generation Internet contracts catalyst for
    application development to Internet2 university
    members

27
Virtual Aneurysm
  • A simulation and virtual reality visualization
    of brain blood flow
  • Researchers examine critical flow pattern and
    evaluate simulated surgical interventions

University of California at Los Angeles
http//www.cs.ucla.edu/dalee/radsci/
28
Larry Flournoy
  • Ambulance Project

29
Virtual Frog
  • Don Hibblelink, USF

30
Visible Human
  • Vic Spitzer, Ucolorado HS

31
Info Sheets
  • Henry, Make sure to include all apps on info
    sheets.

32
Virtual Pelvic Floor
  • Provides 3-D visualization of complex
    anatomical structures
  • Participants use ImmersaDesk systems to
    interact with 3-D anatomical model

University of Illinois at Chicago
http//www.sbhis.uic.edu/vrml/Research/PelvicFloor
/PelvicFloor.htm
33
Orthopaedic Surgery Working Group
  • TeleRobotic Surgery
  • Surgical Simulation
  • Computer Assisted Surgery

34
Anatomy and Surgery Workbench and Local NGI
Testbed Network
  • Allows students to learn anatomy and practice
    surgery techniques using 3-D workstations
  • Network testbed evaluates the effectiveness of
    workbench applications

Stanford University School of Medicine
http//haiti.stanford.edu/ngi/final/
35
Renal Physiology Modules
  • Overcomes the limits of one-dimensional mediums
    to represent dynamic systems of the body.
  • The modules allow students to integrate and
    apply their knowledge to real-life problems

Stanford University Virtual Labs Project
http//summit.stanford.edu/hhmi
36
Veterinary Medicine Research Network
  • 22 Veterinary colleges in the United States
  • All 22 Internet2 Members
  • Virtual Grand Rounds
  • Distance Education
  • Animal Clinical Trials
  • Robotic Surgery
  • Medical Devices
  • Completed infrastructure survey of Veterinary
    Schools
  • Agricultural interest (USDA)

37
Distributed Medical Informatics Education
  • Covers a broad range of fields including
    electronic medical records and information
    retrieval
  • Distance learning provides students with access
    to faculty, expertise, and other students

Oregon Health Science University and the
University of Pittsburgh
http//www.ohsu.edu/bicc-informatics/ http//www.c
bmi.upmc.edu/
38
NLM Testbed for Collaborative Videoconferencing
  • Provides an environment for videoconferencing in
    distance learning programs
  • Transmits a variety of medical information,
    including data from instruments

National Library of Medicine
http//tlc.nlm.nih.gov/distancelearningandcollabor
ation.html
39
Virtual Tumor Board
40
Surveyor
  • Web-based research environment integrates rural
    health data with GIS technology
  • Support for rural health care practitioners in
    underserved areas

University of Wyoming, Wyoming Department of
Health
http//www.wims.uwyo.edu/
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Biomedical Informatics Research Network
(BIRN)http//birn.ncrr.nih.gov/and
http//www.nbirn.net/
  • Neuroscience initial focus
  • Stable high performance networks
  • Distributed and linked data collections
  • Grid computing
  • Data mining
  • Integrated visualization tools

42
Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)
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NLM e2e Pilot StudyBig pipes are not enough!
  • User Experience With The High Performance
    Internet Infrastructure
  • A collaborative study funded by the National
    Library of Medicine with Internet2 End-to-End
    Performance Initiative
  • To better understand the use of networking,
    broadband, and high performance Internet (e.g.,
    Abilene) in the Health Science community

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The future is multidisciplinary!
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Challenges to Health Sciences(take home message)
  • "The medical research revolution is happening! 
  • 90 of data collected today will never be seen by
    a human eye. 
  • This is everyone's problem.
  • We must manage a growing amount of data to secure
    knowledge for the future." - Michael Marron,
    NIH

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If you want a second opinion, call up my
website.
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More Information
  • On the Web
  • health/internet2.edu
  • www.internet2.edu/health
  • Email
  • info_at_internet2.edu
  • Mary Kratz
  • Internet2 Health Sciences, Program Manager
    Mkratz_at_internet2.edu

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