Project Team Breakout Guide

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Project Facilitated Session Guide

Monday, June 21, 2010

1:00 PM Central - Project 3 High Throughput Phenotyping

  • Project Lead: Jyoti Pathak
  • Associate Project Manager: Cindy Bandel
    • Project & Team member introduction - Jyoti Pathak
    • Cohort Amplification (Susan Welch, Utah)
    • Concept Frequency-based Cohort Identification (WeiQi Wei, Mayo)
    • Commercial Viability (Jeff Tarlowe, Centerphase Solutions)
    • Proposed Projects for Year 1 - Jyoti Pathak]
    • Q & A - Ross Martin Facilitate
    • Topics of Discussion - Ross Martin Facilitate
      • Cross-project integration — how to play with data normalization and NLP teams?
      • Deliverables — what are we going to produce at the end of Year 1? Manuscripts? Software?
      • Timelines?
      • Roles & Responsibilities?
      • Questions for other Projects?

3:00 PM Central - Project 2 Natural Language Processing

  • Project Lead: Guergana Savova
  • Project Manager: Jay Doughty
    • Project & Team member introduction - Guergana Savova
    • Proposed Project Ideas - Ross Martin Facilitate
    • Q & A - Ross Martin Facilitate
    • Topics of Discussion - Ross Martin Facilitate
      • Cross-project integration — how to play with data normalization and NLP teams?
      • Deliverables — what are we going to produce at the end of Year 1? Manuscripts? Software?
      • Timelines? - Jay Doughty
      • Roles & Responsibilities? - Jay Doughty

4:30 PM Central - Project 1 Data Normalization

  • Project Lead: Chris Chute
  • Project Manager: Lacey Hart
    • Project & Team member introduction - Chris Chute
    • Ross Martin Facilitate:
      • Q & A
      • Topics of Discussion
        • Cross-project integration?
        • Deliverables — what are we going to produce at the end of Year 1? Manuscripts? Software?
        • Timelines?
        • Roles & Responsibilities?


Tuesday, June 22, 2010

9:00 AM Project 4 Scaling Capacity

  • Project Lead: Marshall Schor
  • Project Manager: Lacey Hart (acting PM)
    • Project & Team member introduction - Marshall Schor
    • Brief overview / intro to UIMA, UIMA-AS - Marshall Schor
    • Brief overview - achieving high thruput analytics
    • Discussion Topics - Ross Martin facilitating
      • Establishing communications and dialog-technology choices to achieve:
        • setting up appropriate UIMA education, consulting
        • establishing the overall software architecture
        • formulating the vision of the final deliverable "demo - prototype"
        • getting a common inter-project type system schema agreed to
        • doing a rough plan with milestones for the integration of the work

For each of these define contact points in other teams (roles and Responsibilities)


10:15 AM Project 5 Data Quality

11:00 AM Project 6 Evaluation Framework

  • Project Lead: Stanley Huff MD
  • Project Manager: Lacey Hart (acting PM)
    • Project & Team member introduction - Stanley Huff
    • Ross Martin Facilitate:
      • Q & A
      • Topics of Discussion
        • Cross-project integration?
        • Deliverables — what are we going to produce at the end of Year 1? Manuscripts? Software?
        • Timelines?
        • Roles & Responsibilities?


Day 2 Natural Language Processing Breakout 2-5pm

Comments on Breakouts

Please feel free to post your comments regarding the outcomes of the breakout sessions for group consideration.

  • Let's have these in the form of questions.
  • We should have our facilitators fill out the answers to these questions during the breakouts IN THE WIKI.
    • That means we will need to create sub-pages of this for each breakout session or for each project stream. We can leave the pages as placeholders until just before the meeting, then copy the final version of the guide into each page. During the meeting, we can project these up on the wall so people see what we are editing. Big advantages:
      • Use one laptop to project and to document.
      • Show and tell on how to wiki so people won't be scared to add content later.
      • We will all feel self-satisfied in our geekiness after the breakouts... ;-)