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OBI operates as a consortium consisting of two parts. Firstly, a Coordinating Committee, which itself is composed of Community Representatives and Core Developers. The Developers Working Group is the second part of the OBI Consortium. The OBI Consortium also has Supporting Groups who are committed to the use, development and growth of OBI. They have have provided resources in the form of contributions from their group members and support of their attendance at OBI meetings.

We have begun discussions on restructuring OBI and will document this at OBI Consortium Future.

The OBI Coordinating Committee

The representives of the communities participating in the development of OBI. Please note that the starting date of a CC member is the date they started in the Coordinating Committee, and not the overall date of joining OBI, which could be earlier.


The OBI Community representatives
Community name Individuals Community Affiliation Institutional Affiliation Start date End Date
Bio-Imaging Jeff Grethe Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN) Coordinating Center University of California, San Diego Winter 2007
Daniel Rubin Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) National Center for Biomedical Ontology at Stanford Medical Informatics and the Department of Radiology Stanford University Winter 2007
Bill Bug Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN) Laboratory of Bioimaging and Anatomical Informatics in the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Drexel University College of Medicine Spring 2006
Cellular Assays Stefan Wiemann DKFZ
Clinical Investigations Jennifer Fostel Ontology for Clinical Investigations NIEHS, National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences Spring 2004
Tina Hernandez-Boussard Department of Genetics, Stanford Medical School Fall 2007
Richard Scheuermann Ontology for Clinical Investigations University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, in Department of Pathology and Division of Biomedical Informatics Winter 2007
Crop Sciences Richard Bruskiewich Generation Challenge Programme IRRI
Electrophysiology Frank Gibson CARMEN School of Computing Science,Newcastle University Spring 2007
Environmental Omics Norman Morrison NERC Environmental Bioinformatic Centre and

School of Computer Science, The University of Manchester

Spring 2004
Evidence Marcus Chibucos Evidence Ontology Institute for Genome Sciences, University of Maryland Spring 2011
Flow Cytometry Ryan Brinkman ISAC and FICCS British Columbia Cancer Research Center and

University of British Columbia in the Department of Medical Genetics , Vancouver, BC, Canada

Spring 2004
Genomics/Metagenomics Dawn Field Genome Catalogue NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Winter 2005
Tanya Gray Winter 2005
Immunology Richard Scheuermann ImmPort, FICCS, Influenza Research Database University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, in Department of Pathology and Division of Biomedical Informatics Spring 2006
Bjoern Peters Immune Epitope Database and Analysis Resource La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology Spring 2006
Yongqun “Oliver” He Vaccine Community University of Michigan Spring 2009
In Situ Hybridization and Immunohistochemistry Eric Deutsch MISFISHIE
Metabolomics Susanna Sansone MSI The European Bioinformatics Institute EBI-EMBL, NET Project Spring 2004
Daniel Schober Spring 2006
Neuroinformatics Bill Bug Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN) Laboratory of Bioimaging and Anatomical Informatics, in the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy,Drexel University College of Medicine Spring 2006
Frank Gibson CARMEN School of Computing ScienceNewcastle University Spring 2007
Nutrigenomics Philippe Rocca-Serra RSBI The European Bioinformatics Institute EBI-EMBL, NET Project Spring 2004
Polymorphism Tina Hernandez-Boussard PharmGKB Department of Genetics, Stanford Medical School Winter 2006 Fall 2007
Proteomics Susanna Sansone PSI The European Bioinformatics Institute EBI-EMBL, NET Project Spring 2004
Daniel Schober Spring 2006
Luisa Montecchi The European Bioinformatics Institute EBI-EMBL Spring 2006
Chris Taylor
Trish Whetzel Spring 2004
Frank Gibson School of Computing Science,Newcastle University Spring 2007
Resources Melissa Haendel eagle-i Oregon Health and Science University Winter 2010
Carlo Torniai eagle-i Oregon Health and Science University Winter 2010
Anita Bandrowski NIF UCSD Winter 2010
Trish Whetzel Biositemaps Stanford University Winter 2010
Robot Scientists Larisa Soldatova Computer Science Department, The University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK Fall 2008
Structural Biology / Structural Bioinformatics John Westbrook Worldwide Protein Data Bank (wwPDB) Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers University Winter 2007
Toxicogenomics Jennifer Fostel Toxicogenomics NIEHS, National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences Spring 2004
Susanna Sansone RSBI [http://www.ebi.ac.uk/net-project The European Bioinformatics Institute

EBI-EMBL, NET Project]

Spring 2004
Transcriptomics Susanna Sansone MGED NET Project Spring 2004
Philippe Rocca-Serra Spring 2004
Trish Whetzel Spring 2004
Chris Stoeckert Department of Genetics and Center for Bioinformatics, University of Pennsylvania Spring 2004
Gilberto Fragoso NCI Center for Bioinformatics Spring 2004
Joe White
Helen Parkinson The European Bioinformatics Institute EBI-EMBL Spring 2004
Mervi Heiskanen
Liju Fan Ontology Workshop, LLC, Columbia, MD, USA Spring 2004
Helen Causton Imperial College Spring 2004
Jie Zheng University of Pennsylvania Spring 2009



The OBI Core Developers
Individuals Community Affiliation Institutional Affiliation Start date End Date
Mélanie Courtot Flow Cytometry, SBO,

BioModels

British Columbia Cancer Research Center Fall 2007
Allyson Lister RSBI,

Genome Catalogue, SyMBA, FuGE

CISBAN Spring 2006
Alan Ruttenberg The Neurocommons Science Commons Fall 2007
Daniel Schober EBI Fall 2007
James Malone EMERALD EBI Fall 2007
Philippe Rocca-Serra MGED,

NET Project

EBI Summer 2008

OBI Developers Working Group

The Developers Working Group consists of all developers within the communities collaborating in the development of OBI, at the discretion of current OBI Consortium members.

The OBI Developers
Individuals Institutional Affiliation
Kevin Clancy
Cristian Cocos
Jay Greenbaum
Pierre Grenon Institute for Formal Ontology and Medical Information Science
Chris Mungall Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Matthew Pocock School of Computing Science, Newcastle University
Holger Stenzhorn Institute for Medical Biometry and Medical Informatics of the University Medical Center Freiburg
Lawrence Hunter Professor, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine
Monnie Mc Gee Department of Statistical Science, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Barry Smith New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics & Life Sciences, Buffalo
Robert Stevens Bio and Health Informatics Group, University of Manchester, UK
Jie Zheng University of Pennsylvania
Dirk Derom School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


Alumni
Individuals Institutional Affiliation
Elisabetta Manduchi University of Pennsylvania

Previous OBI Members

In memoriam William John Bug

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