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Submit your proposal to NIH for a Hackathon related to Biomedical Big Data Science

September 17th, 2015 / in Announcements / by Ann Drobnis

bd2k_logoThe Big Data to Knowledge Coordination Center (BD2KCC) is announcing a call for  hackathon event proposals related to biomedical big data science. The BD2KCC is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) program, which is committed to fostering consortium activities and collaborations among the nationwide BD2K investigator teams. The current request for applications aims to advance the mission of BD2K by inviting proposals to host public hackathon events that will harness broad expertise for the development and application of biomedical big data software tools. Applications for the first round of funding are due October 15th, 2015. More information about this opportunity can be found here.

Submit your proposal to NIH for a Hackathon related to Biomedical Big Data Science