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Ontologies for clinical and translational research: Introduction

Barry Smith, Richard H. Scheuermann
2011 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
We are grateful for the support of the National Institutes of Health and of the National Human Genome Research Institute through the NIH Roadmap for Medical Research Grant 1 U 54 HG004028 and through conference  ...  Acknowledgments The majority of the contributions to this issue are based on papers presented at the first International Conference on Biomedical Ontology held in Buffalo, NY in July 2009.  ...  ''The Biomedical Resource Ontology (BRO) to Enable Resource Discovery in Clinical and Translational Research'' [18] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2011.01.002 pmid:21241822 pmcid:PMC4896064 fatcat:27z33vylvrcrbaqcadzvnbjjvu

Qualitative research methods in renal medicine: an introduction

Katherine Bristowe, Lucy Selman, Fliss E.M. Murtagh
2015 Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation  
The aim of this paper is to introduce qualitative research, including the rationale for choosing qualitative approaches, and guidance for ensuring quality when undertaking and reporting qualitative research  ...  embedded in clinical trials, or during the development of complex interventions.  ...  We hope that the introduction to qualitative research and examples from the renal literature given in this article catalyse interest in qualitative methodologies and act as a 'jumping off point' for renal  ... 
doi:10.1093/ndt/gfu410 pmid:25601265 fatcat:5zaq7cng2ze7lmiej45duzku7u


2004 Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Because of its interdisciplinary nature and the logistics of fieldwork, this project has required intellectual and financial support from many sources.  ...  Maurice Bloch, anthropologist at the London School of Economics, was instrumental in initiating his and Astuti's collaboration with  ...  Justifications were recorded by hand, in Malagasy, and later translated into English for coding.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-5834.2004.00297.x fatcat:pp4v5n6banhzvg4ztsetdfdtfu


Moisés Almela Sánchez
2011 International Journal of English Studies (IJES)  
Jaén, 2010) , translation studies (Granger et al., 2003) and clinical linguistics (Cantos, 2010) , inter alia.  ...  Introduction Corpus linguistics is an advancing discipline and a rapidly changing field.  ... 
doi:10.6018/ijes/2011/2/149611 fatcat:zftnewoj6vfebdbzeyovukfgpy

Introduction to semantic e-Science in biomedicine

Huajun Chen, Yimin Wang, Zhaohui Wu
2007 BMC Bioinformatics  
integrative research and more effective knowledge discovery.  ...  This special issue is intended to give an introduction of the state-of-the-art of Semantic Web technologies and describe how such technologies would be used to build the e-Science infrastructure for biomedical  ...  Acknowledgements We thank all of the program committee members of SeS2006 for their dedication and efforts to peer review the manuscripts submitted by the attendees.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-8-s3-s1 fatcat:ajgvbuqndjb55hk7uw3bqq6jda

Guest Editorial Introduction to the Special Issue on Biomedical Informatics: Research and Applications

Victor Maojo, Casimir A. Kulikowski, Fernando Martin-Sanchez
2007 IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine  
for research, education, and health care practice.  ...  Masseroli describes how research and development in biomedicine with controlled annotations from many different sources such as gene ontology, KEGG, Pfam, and InterPro can be "semantically normalized"  ... 
doi:10.1109/titb.2007.899576 fatcat:m3x66mtf65bapa2knktfrxaboy

Introduction [chapter]

Joseph Tham
2021 Cross-Cultural and Religious Critiques of Informed Consent  
As a Research and Innovation program (2014-2020) of the European Union, Horizon 2020 funded the i-CONSENT consortium to improve the information that patients receive from clinical research by creating  ...  There are nuances to its application under diverse contexts, be they in public health, clinical research or the bedside.  ...  in obtaining informed consent in biomedical research, prior to the administration of vaccines, and during translational/clinical vaccine research involving human participants." 2 Within this project,  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003213215-1 fatcat:ca22vuomxrddfoe5dyr4y37zri


Rodney Reynolds, Isabelle L. Lange
2019 Anthropology in Action  
In this special issue of Anthropology in Action, we ask whether such globalised contexts allow for, recognise and sufficiently value the research contributions of our discipline.  ...  The articles published here provide analyses of historical and ethnographic field experiences that show how sidelining anthropological contributions results in poorer research outcomes for the public.  ...  RODNEY REYNOLDS is a teaching fellow in anthropology and global health at the Institute for Global Health, University College London (UCL).  ... 
doi:10.3167/aia.2019.260101 fatcat:5zosb42slbdj5ivn2f5uoxf7ym

Introduction [chapter]

Matthew T. Lee, Laura D. Kubzansky, Tyler J. VanderWeele
2021 Measuring Well-Being  
Policy-makers, researchers, employers, and governments are expressing growing interest in well-being (Diener et al., 2017; see also Chapter 1 by Helliwell, and Chapter 2 by Allin, both in this volume).  ...  Scholarly and popular works on the topic are also finding a broad audience (e.g., ...  ...  His research concerns methodology for distinguishing between association and causation in observational studies, and his empirical research spans psychiatric, perinatal, and social epidemiology; the science  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780197512531.003.0001 fatcat:s5twqxmfmvasjdamhxacyf5k3i

1 Introduction [chapter]

2021 Thinking of Space Relationally  
The stratified and differentiated understanding of reality in CR provides an ontology that accommodates plural epistemologies for researching the targeted social subject.  ...  Figure 3 An 3 Iceberg Metaphor for CR ontology. (Adapted from Amber J.  ...  This leap is endorsed by the CR ontology, as mechanisms, not the empirical regularities, is the base of the social scientific research.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839455876-003 fatcat:revaer72fvcpfo5qjumvqpixsm

STO: Stroke Ontology for Accelerating Translational Stroke Research

Mahdi Habibi-Koolaee, Leila Shahmoradi, Sharareh R Niakan Kalhori, Hossein Ghannadan, Erfan Younesi
2021 Neurology and Therapy  
The stroke ontology is the first, multiple-view ontology in the domain of brain stroke that can be used as a tool for representation, formalization, and standardization of the heterogeneous data related  ...  The ontology was evaluated in terms of structural and functional features, expert evaluation, and competency questions.  ...  molecular research to clinical features and measurements.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40120-021-00248-1 pmid:33886080 fatcat:yhig46tqhzbzdakx53bhgo47fa


Sarah Franklin, Marcia C. Inhorn
2016 Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online  
This Symposium issue aims to begin to rectify this deficit, and to encourage further similar studies of the global development of IVF.  ...  Acknowledgements The IVF: Global Histories symposium was supported by grants from the Wellcome Trust (100606), the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund and the MacMillan Center for International  ...  Symposium: IVF -Global Histories and Area Studies, Yale University.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rbms.2016.05.001 fatcat:eea2azjsrvgu7br5yqysgdf5ji

Translational Research and Context in Health Monitoring Systems

Robert Ashford, Philip Moore, Bin Hu, Mike Jackson, Jizheng Wan
2010 2010 International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems  
This paper considers the application of context in health monitoring and the role of translational research, a concept that relates to the translation of basic research into clinical practice.  ...  This paper posits that intelligent Context-aware systems provide an effective basis for translational research with benefits reflected in improved quality of life for patients, reduced load on clinicians  ...  Translational Research and Context Translational research has proven to be a powerful process that drives the clinical research engine.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cisis.2010.44 dblp:conf/cisis/AshfordMHJW10 fatcat:2h2mgzjhsfbnlll5bey2lkdvvi

DW4TR: A Data Warehouse for Translational Research

Hai Hu, Mick Correll, Leonid Kvecher, Michelle Osmond, Jim Clark, Anthony Bekhash, Gwendolyn Schwab, De Gao, Jun Gao, Vladimir Kubatin, Craig D. Shriver, Jeffrey A. Hooke (+5 others)
2011 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
The linkage between the clinical and laboratory research domains is a key issue in translational research.  ...  This system, the Data Warehouse for Translational Research (DW4TR), is based on a light-weight, patient-centric modularly-structured clinical data model and a specimen-centric molecular data model.  ...  This work was supported by the Clinical Breast Care Project, and the Gynecological Disease Program, with funds from the US Department of Defense through Henry Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2011.08.003 pmid:21872681 fatcat:2ir64voqwvfzrpda6avhdsvb5a

Introduction [chapter]

Alanna Skuse
2015 Constructions of Cancer in Early Modern England  
Texts such as The Breast Cancer Wars and 'The body in breast cancer', for instance, have shown how militaristic metaphors popularised in the mid-twentieth century continue to influence clinical research  ...  Introduction On an unknown date in the mid-seventeenth century, Mrs Townsend, of Alverston in Gloucestershire, steeled herself for a dangerous but potentially life-saving operation.  ...  From recommendations for diet and regimen, through diverse animal and vegetable medicines, to applications of mercury and arsenic, I argue that increasingly aggressive medical interventions for cancer  ... 
doi:10.1057/9781137487537_1 fatcat:gsgsgdui3nhvbg3dk35kpus6ya
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