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Title: Internet2 Health Science Initiatives Mary Kratz, MT(ASCP) Program Manager, Internet2 Health Sciences


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Internet2 Health Science InitiativesMary
Kratz, MT(ASCP)Program Manager, Internet2 Health
Sciences
http//health.internet2.edu
  • University of Maryland, Baltimore Internet2 Day
  • 10 March 2003

2
Internet2 Mission
  • Develop and deploy advanced network applications
    and technologies, accelerating the creation of
    tomorrows Internet.
  • Enable new generation of applications
  • Re-create leading edge RE network capability
  • Transfer technology and experience to the global
    production Internet

3
Todays Internet Doesnt
  • Provide reliable end-to-end performance
  • Encourage cooperation on new capabilities
  • Allow testing of new technologies
  • Support development of revolutionary applications

4
Internet2 Partnerships
  • Internet2 universities are recreating the
    partnerships that fostered the Internet in its
    infancy
  • Industry
  • Government
  • International

5
Internet2 Focus Areas
  • Advanced Network Infrastructure
  • Middleware
  • Engineering
  • Advanced Applications
  • Partnerships

6
The Scope of the Internet2 Health Science
Workgroup includes clinical practice, medical
and related biological research, education, and
medical awareness in the Public.
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Health Sciences Initiative
  • 86 Medical Schools (AAMC members)
  • 130 Health Science related colleges
  • Strong Advisory Group
  • Health care focus
  • Life science focus
  • NIH and FDA Affiliate members of Internet2
  • BIG Pharmco

OHSU
UIC
NLM NCRR JNJ
Stanford UCSD
Bradley
UTenn
UAB
TAMU UTSW
8
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

9
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
10
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.

11
Cornucopia of Applications!
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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/
13
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/
14
Virtual Tumor Board
15
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

16
Biomedical Informatics Research Network
(BIRN)http//birn.ncrr.nih.gov/and
http//www.nbirn.net/
Morphology BIRN
Mouse BIRN
BIRN Coordinating Center
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The Future is Multidis
The future is multidisciplinary Appreciate
different viewpoints!
Medical Informatics Bioinformatics
Physics
English Arts and Humanities
Mathematics
Computer Science
Biomedical Computing
Surgery Pharmacy Nursing Radiology
Engineering Electrical Mechanical Chemical
Biology
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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

19
More Information
  • On the Web
  • health/internet2.edu
  • www.internet2.edu
  • Email
  • info_at_internet2.edu
  • Mary Kratz
  • Program Manager Internet2 Health Sciences
  • Mkratz_at_internet2.edu
  • 9-11 April Spring Member Meeting in DC

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