Papadopoulos is the principal investigator on a research project that includes joint activities with the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology [Cal-(IT)2] to enhance their collaboration on scientific projects including the OptIPuter, the Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN) and the Geosciences Network (GEON).
What does BIRN stand for?
BIRN stands for Biomedical Informatics Research Network
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- But I Repeat Myself
- Boating Industry Risk Management Council
- Boundary Integral Resonant Mode-Matching Method
- Laboratorios de Biológicos y Reactivos de México SA
- Brookshire International Raw Materials Index
- Boiler Inspection & Repair Management Information System
- Burn Injury Rehabilitation Model System (Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
- Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Belgian Information Reitox Network
- Berklee Internet Radio Network (Berklee College of Music; Boston, MA)
- Belgian Interuniversity Research on Nutrition and Health
- Buck Island Reef National Monument
- Binocular Infrared Oculography (clinical evalutations)
- Black Isle Rock Orchestra (band; Scotland, UK)
- British International Rowing Office (UK)
- Business Information Risk Officer (various companies)
- Business Intelligence Report
- Banking Institute of the Republic of China
- Biomedical Imaging Research Opportunities Workshop
- Back Injury Reduction Program
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Ongoing Collaborations: In addition to PNNL and PSC, HP has ongoing relationships with key organizations dedicated to making grid commercially viable, including CERN, the open lab for data grid applications and BIRN, the Biomedical Informatics Research Network, where HP systems are in use today for grid-based life sciences research.
SDSC is a recognized world leader in computational biosciences, hosting the primary Protein Data Bank web and data servers, and playing the key bioinformatics and information coordination roles for the Biomedical Informatics Research Network, the Alliance for Cell Signaling, the Joint Center for Structural Genomics, the National Biomedical Computation Resource, and the Computational Center for Macromolecular Structure.