October 27, 2011 at 1:45 PM by cdisc
I had the opportunity to attend Session 3 on the afternoon of 12 October at the CDISC International Interchange. This session included four presentations discussing Metadata and the CDISC Shared Health and Clinical Research Electronic Library (SHARE). The speakers and their specific topics were:
In the RICORDO Approach, Bron Kisler delivered information about a partnership between CDISC and the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), in addition to many others, to develop RICORDO, designed to be the semantic framework behind Drug Disease Model Resources (DDMoRE), which strives to offer model-based drug development through modeling and simulation.
In a nutshell, RICORDO assists DDMoRE through metadata mappings, creating formal relationships between terms in an order that makes sense to clinicians and physicians. Should an individual enter in a simplistic term, such as "heart," RICORDO will process this term and break it down into its numerous different components, increasing efficiency.
Attendees of CDISC Interchanges gain the unique opportunity to participate in these exciting sessions, meeting and discussing innovative advancements being made in data standardization with speakers from across the industry. If you should be interested in attending one of our future Interchanges in the U.S., Europe, Japan or China , please see the CDISC website for dates and locations.
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