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Open Science at HRP IWS 2023

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Come check out the poster and oral presentations that will be given by the GeneLab, Ames Life Sciences Data Archive (ALSDA), NASA Biological Institutional Scientific Collection (NBISC), AI for Life in Sapce (AI4LS) working group, and the Radiation Biophysics Laboratory teams at the Human Research Project Investigator's Workshop (HRP IWS) on February 7-9, 2023. Hope to see you all there!

February 7 (10:15 - 11:45am CST), Grand Ballroom B, DS09 Data Management: Biological data for deep space mission support, presentation by Ryan Scott

February 7 (4:30 - 6:00pm CST), Exhibit Hall A, Poster Session A:

  • Space Radiation (SR) Research Acceleration: Machine learning biosignature identification differentiates radiation-induced thyroid cancer from sporadic by Lauren Sanders
  • Data Management: Enabling search and discovery - Standardizing metadata for space omics data by Sylvain Costes

February 8 (12:30 - 2:00pm CST), Exhibit Hall B, DS24 Informing risk estimation for behavioral medicine from spaceflight hazards: Mapping peripheral immune signatures of mouse and human responses to space radiation for biomarker identification, presentation by Lauren Sanders

February 8 (3:45 - 5:15pm CST), Exhibit Hall A, Poster Session B:

  • Space Biology: Spaceflight environmental-telemetry data for biological science by Danielle Lopez
  • Space Biology: Discovery through biospecimen sharing - The NASA Biological Institutional Scientific Collection (NBISC) by Joseph Varelas
  • Human Factors and Behavioral Performance (HFBP) - Behavioral Medicine: High-resolution analysis of the neurological effects of spaceflight: Spatial and single-cell multi-omics on brains from space-flown mice by Egle Cekanaviciute

February 9 (9:45- 11:15am CST), Galleon, DS06 Early Career Expo: Neurovascular responses to simulated deep space radiation in a human organ-on-a-chip model, presentation by Estrella Passerat de la Chapelle

February 9 (1:30 - 3:00pm CST), Grand Ballroom B, DS02 Space Radiation Closeouts: Genomic and phenotypic predictors of human ex vivo sensitivity to simulated deep space radiation, presentation by Sylvain Costes

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