Program

Workshop Schedule Summary

Participants should plan to arrive in DC no later than Tuesday morning for an early Tuesday afternoon start. The courtesy block of hotel rooms has rooms for the night of April 10, for those that plan to arrive on Monday.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Coffee (12:30-1:00)

Welcome and Introduction (1:00-1:10) - Pdf

Lightning Talks (1:10-3:10)

Topic: Status of Member and Potential Member Genetic Collections (3 minutes each)

Faye Rosin, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University - Pdf

Norine Yeung, Bishop Museum - Pdf

Sharon Birks, Burke Museum - Pdf

Marcy Revelez, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Rick Levy, Denver Botanic Gardens

Kevin McCluskey, Fungal Genetics Stock Center, Kansas State University

John Bates, Field Museum - Pdf

Pam Soltis, Florida Museum of Natural History - Pdf

Prosanta Chakrabarty, Louisiana State University Museum of Natural Science - Pdf

Wendy Applequist, Missouri Botanical Garden - Pdf

Breda Zimkus, Museum of Comparative Biology, Harvard University - Pdf

Mariel Campbell, Museum of Southwestern Biology - Pdf

10 minute break

Chris Huddleston, National Museum of Natural History

Lisa Campbell, New York Botanical Garden - Pdf

Gabriela Hogue, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Annie Evankow, Ocean Genome Legacy

Christopher Marshall and Peter Konstandinidis, Oregon State University

Jean-Marc Moncalvo, Royal Ontario Museum - Pdf

Heather Prestige, Texas A & M

Kyndall Hildebrandt, University of Alaska Museum of the North - Pdf

Carla Cicero, University of California Berkeley

Richard Glor, University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute

John Torgersen and Cody Thompson, University of Michigan - Pdf

Yibing Huang, China National Genebank

Coffee Break (3:10-3:30)

Introduction to GGBN (3:30-3.50)

Topic: Introduction to GGBN - Pdf

Ole Seberg, GGBN Executive Committee Chair

Access and Benefit Sharing & Nagoya Protocol (3:50-5:30)

Topic: ABS

Stephanie Aktipis, U.S. Department of State

Topic: GGBN’s Support of Member Compliance on ABS- Pdf

Katie Barker, GGBN Secretariat

Topic: GGBN/CETAF/SPNHC ABS Survey Results

Katie Barker, GGBN Secretariat

Breda Zimkus, Museum of Comparative Biology, Harvard University

Carol Butler, National Museum of Natural History

Open Discussion

Out-Of-Town Guest Reception (6:00-8:00)

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

GGBN Data Portal and Data Standard (9:00-9:30)

Topic: Introduction to GGBN Data Portal and Data Standard - Pdf

Gabi Droege, GGBN Technical Secretariat

Working Session on ABS and Nagoya Protocol (9.30-12.00)

Topic: MCZ as a Nagoya Use Case - Pdf

Breda Zimkus, Museum of Comparative Biology, Harvard University

Topic: NMNH as a Nagoya Use Case

Carol Butler, National Museum of Natural History

Beth Gamble, National Museum of Natural History - Pdf

Q & A

Coffee Break 10:30 – 10:45

GGBN Material Transfer Agreement Exercise

Discussion

Lunch (12:00-1:00)

GGBN Document Library (1:00-1:15)

Topic: Introduction to GGBN Document Library - Pdf

Katie Barker, GGBN Secretariat

Use Case Studies and Discussion (1:15-2:30)

Topic: Integrated Publishing Toolkit

Gabi Dreoge, GGBN Technical Secretariat

Topic: EMu Use Case Study - Pdf

Tom Hollowell, National Museum of Natural History

Topic: DNA Module Use Case Study - Pdf

Gabi Droege, GGBN Technical Secretariat

Topic: SeqDB Use Case Study

James Macklin,Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Topic: iDigBio Use Case Study - Pdf

Gil Nelson, Florida State University

Coffee Break (2:30-3:00)

Streamlining GGBN/Specify/Arctos pipelines (3:00-5:00)

Topic: Objectives and Methods - Pdf

Gabi Droege, GGBN Technical Secretariat

Topic: Specify Integration with GGBN - Pdf

Andy Bentley, University of Kansas

Topic: Curating and Publishing Genomic Data in Arctos

Carla Cicero, University of California, Berkeley

Topic: VertNet

Carla Cicero, University of California, Berkeley

Discussion and Next Steps

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Coffee (8:30-9:00)

Global Infrastructure for Biodiversity Data (9:00-10:30)

Topic: Cross-linking information on GGBN, INSDC, BOLD, and GBIF - Pdf

Gabi Droege, GGBN Technical Secretariat

Topic: Biosample and NCBI

Ilene Mizrachi, National Institutes of Health, National Center for Biotechnology Information - BioSample Database - Pdf

Shobha Sharma, National Institutes of Health, National Center for Biotechnology Information - BioCollections Database - Pdf

Topic: BOLD

Sujeevan Ratnasingham, University of Guelph

Topic: GBIF

Gabi Droege, GGBN Technical Secretariat

Topic: GrBio

Mike Trizna, National Museum of Natural History

General Discussion

Coffee Break (10:30-11:00)

Impacts of GGBN on the Research Community (11:00-11:20)

Topic: GGI & Earth Biogenome Project

Jon Coddington, Global Genome Initiative, National Museum of Natural History

Wrap up and Next Steps (11:20-12:00) - Pdf

Lunch (12:00-1:00)

Breakout Sessions (1:00-2:30)

Invitational Session: GGI Gardens (1:00-2:30)

Natural History Building

Invitational Session: Cross-linking data portals and Nagoya (1:00-2:30)

Natural History Building

Collections and Lab Tours (1:00-4:30)

Biorepository and NMNH Collections Tour (1:00-4:15)

Shuttle Bus to the Museum Support Center, meet in ECR

(Sign up on Wednesday)

Laboratories of Analytical Biology Tour (1:00-2:30)

National Museum of Natural History, meet in ECR

(Sign up on Wednesday)

US Botanical Garden Tour (2:45-4:00)

US Botanical Garden, meet outside Constitution Avenue Lobby Security Office

(Sign up on Wednesday)

Sessions will continue until the mid-afternoon. Participants should plan on leaving no earlier than early Thursday afternoon, April 13, 2017. The courtesy block of hotel rooms has rooms for the night of April 13, for those that plan to depart on Friday.

This workshop is sponsored by the Global Genome Initiative

“Preserving and Understanding Earth’s Genomic Biodiversity”