See also: IRC log
Zaki, who's on?
<ericP> back in 25 mins
Jennifer Fostel: Administers database at NIH called CEBF
google cebs toxicogenomics
ACTIONL Jennifer Fostel to look at Chemistry Panel Model
<scribe> ACTION: Bo and Kerstin to look at SDTM models for various examples [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/08/14-hcls-minutes.html#action01]
<scribe> ACTION: Identify specific problems and diagnoses relevant to the use case [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/08/14-hcls-minutes.html#action02]
Rachel: CDASH/CRF will flow into the SDTM model and we will look it at later
<scribe> ACTION: Figure out relationship between SDTM and CDASH [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/08/14-hcls-minutes.html#action03]
Consensus reached to scope down work to the two models: DCM and SDTM/CDASH
Bo: Biomarkers in context of
HCLS, very hyped in this area
... If you measure something, could be used as a biomarker
Stan: Some characteristic of the patient that can be documented by imaging technology
Bo: <Something> in the
... Not only an image --- link it to an interpretation
<scribe> ACTION: How can Emphysema of Lumg can be viewed as a Biomarker in what context [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/08/14-hcls-minutes.html#action04]
Stan: 90$ of imaging to diagnose
infectious disease or cancer
... Thinking ot things that tie into some genetic predisposition
Rachel: Use case pulling people for screening/eligibility ...
Susie: Alzheimer;s and Huntington's can be possible examples
Stan: could be good examples, but
we don't have a cure yet...
... Doing mammography, see nodules or calcifications, lead to testing ... breast biopsies ... estrogen receptor results ... lump was benign or malignant... underlying genetics on BRCA1 gene ... correlate the genetic makeup with ...
<ericP> vipul, let's leave 10 mins for process stuff at the end
Susie: Examples of drugs into the market...
Susie and Rachel will connect latet on use cases
Stan: HL7 and CDISC cross-collaboration...
EricP: Presentation on W3C tools and processes to handle these groups
Bo: Biomarker could also be diagnostic ... not necessarily related to genetics
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