Agenda

ICBO 2017 main conference will take place across three days, from 13/09/17 - 15/09/17. The important dates are listed below, and the provisional workshop and conference schedule can be found here!

Important Dates:

Sep 13, 2017: ICBO workshops and tutorials  
Sep 14-15, 2017: ICBO main conference 

 

Accepted papers

Paper Session A

 

1. Scrutinising the axiomatic basis of SNOMED CT: How confused is it by the ambiguities of the natural language “terms”

  • Jean Marie Rodrigues, Stefan Schulz and Alan Rector

 

2. Supporting Ontology-Based Standardization of Biomedical Metadata in the CEDAR Workbench.

  • Marcos Martínez-Romero, Martin J. O’Connor, Michael Dorf, Jennifer Vendetti, Debra Willrett, Attila L. Egyedi, John Graybeal, and Mark A. Musen

 

3. Efficient construction of a new ontology for life sciences by subclassifying related terms in the Japan Science and Technology Agency thesaurus

  • Tatsuya Kushida, Kouji Kozaki, Yuka Tateisi, Katsutaro Watanabe, Takeshi Masuda, Katsuji Matsumura, Takahiro Kawamura and Toshihisa Takagi

 

4. A Maturity Model for Biomedical Data Curation

  • Mariam Alqasab, Suzanne M. Embury and Sandra Sampaio

 

Paper Session B

 

1. Integrating an ontology for RDOC with existing biomedical ontologies

  • Mark Jensen and Alexander D Diehl

 

2. BiPOm: Biological interlocked Process Ontology for metabolism. How to infer molecule knowledge from

  • Vincent Henry, Fatiha Sais, Elodie Marchadier, Juliette Dibie, Anne Goelzer and Vincent Fromion

 

3. Classifying Processes and Basic Formal Ontology

  • Mustafa Jarrar and Werner Ceusters

 

Paper Session C

 

1. Causation and the River Flow Model of Diseases

  • Fumiaki Toyoshima, Riichiro Mizoguchi and Mitsuru Ikeda

 

2. A model for ontology harmonization: Integrating the Ontology for Biomedical Investigations (OBI) into the Evidence & Conclusion Ontology (ECO)

  • Rebecca Tauber and Marcus Chibucos

 

3. Similarity Metrics for Determining Overlap Among Biological Pathways

  • Lucy Lu Wang and John Gennari

 

Paper Session D

 

1. Scrutinizing the relationships between SNOMED CT concepts and semantic tags

  • Jonathan Bona and Werner Ceusters

 

 2. What is a risk? A formal representation of risk of stroke for people with atrial fibrillation

  • Adrien Barton, Ludger Jansen, Arnaud Rosier and Jean-François Ethier

 

 3. Facets, Tiers and Gems: Ontology Patterns for the Hypernormalisation

  • Phillip Lord and Robert Stevens

 

Accepted short papers

Short Paper Session

 

1. Ontology Development in Patients Information System for Stroke Rehabilitation

  • Radhi Rafiee Afandi and Waidah Ismail

 

2. User and Developer Interaction with Editable and Readable Ontologies

  • Aisha Blfgeh and Phillip Lord

 

3. A Literature Based Approach to Define the Scope of Biomedical Ontologies: A Case Study on a Rehabilitation Therapy Ontology

  • Mohammad K. Halawani, Phillip Lord and Rob Forsyth

 

 

Accepted posters

Flash Talks

 

1. OLOBO: A new ontology for linking and integrating open biological and biomedical ontologies

  • Edison Ong and Yongqun He

 

2. Errors and Artefacts in Histopathological Imaging

  • Antony Galton, Shereen Fouad, Gabriel Landini and David Randell

 

3. The Human Behaviour-Change Project: Developing a Behaviour Change Intervention Ontology

  • Emma Norris, Ailbhe Finnerty, Marta Marques, Robert West, James Thomas, Pol Mac Aonghusa, Marie Johnston, Michael P. Kelly and Susan Michie

 

4. Ontology challenges for the stem cell community: towards integrative data mining in the Stemformatics.org stem cell atlas.

  • Chris Pacheco Rivera, Christine A Wells, Rowland Mosbergen, Othmar Korn and Tyrone Chen

 

5. Aligning the Human Phenotype and Mammalian Phenotype Ontology using Dead Simple Ontology Design Patterns

  • Nicole Vasilevsky, James Balhoff, Chris Mungall, David Osum-Sutherland, Sebastian Köhler, Susan Bello, Cynthia Smith, Peter Robinson and Melissa Haendel

 

6. OxO – a gravy of ontology mapping extracts

  • Simon Jupp, Thomas Liener, Sirarat Sarntivijai, Olga Vrousgou, Tony Burdett and Helen Parkinson

 

7. FoodOn: A Semantic Ontology Approach for mapping Foodborne Disease Metadata

  • Dalia A. Alghamdi, Damion M. Dooley, Gurinder Gosal, Emma J. Griffiths, Fiona S.L. Brinkman and William W.L. Hsiao

 

8. Extending the Ontology of Physics for Biology with Thermodynamics

  • Daniel Cook, John Gennari and Maxwell Neal

 

9. Toward using ontologies to improve results in searches for mental health information

  • Jonathan Bona, John Grohol, Meredith Zozus, Robert Zozus and Mathias Brochhausen

 

10. Identitas: A Better Way To Be Meaningless

  • Nizal Alshammry and Phillip Lord

 

Other Posters (not exhaustive)

 

1. An Overview of a Maturity Model for Biomedical Data Curation

  • Mariam Alqasab, Suzanne Embury and Sandra Sampaio

 

2. Scrutinising the axiomatic basis of SNOMED CT: How confused is it by the ambiguities of the natural language “terms”

  • Jean Marie Rodrigues, Stefan Schulz and Alan Rector

 

3. Ontology Development in Patients Information System for Stroke Rehabilitation

  • Radhi Rafiee Afandi and Waidah Ismail

 

4. Supporting Ontology-Based Standardization of Biomedical Metadata in the CEDAR Workbench.

  • Marcos Martínez-Romero, Martin J. O’Connor, Michael Dorf, Jennifer Vendetti, Debra Willrett, Attila L. Egyedi, John Graybeal, and Mark A. Musen

 

5. Efficient construction of a new ontology for life sciences by subclassifying related terms in the Japan Science and Technology Agency thesaurus

  • Tatsuya Kushida, Kouji Kozaki, Yuka Tateisi, Katsutaro Watanabe, Takeshi Masuda, Katsuji Matsumura, Takahiro Kawamura and Toshihisa Takagi