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Katharine Barker GGBN Coordinator. Smithsonian Institution. GGBN 2012 Meeting Task Force Introduction. GGBN Task Forces. Data Standards and Data Access for Genomic Samples Policies and Practices Related to Management and Stewardship of Genomic Samples Marketing and Outreach.

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ggbn 2012 meeting task force introduction

Katharine Barker

GGBN Coordinator

Smithsonian Institution

GGBN 2012 Meeting Task Force Introduction

ggbn task forces
GGBN Task Forces
  • Data Standards and Data Access for Genomic Samples
  • Policies and Practices Related to Management and Stewardship of Genomic Samples
  • Marketing and Outreach
data standards and data accesstask force program of work
Data Standards and Data AccessTask ForceProgram of Work
  • Develop a standard for sharing DNA and tissue information
  • Develop a global platform for aggregating relevant data sources of genomic samples, vouchers, molecular analysis, publications, and images
main outcomes
Main Outcomes
  • Identify collection gaps across the Tree of Life (TOL)
  • Members adapt standards for sharing DNA/tissues information
  • Member website (data portal)
  • Access to aggregated information on genomic samples, metadata, DNA, images, publications, etc.
policies and practices task force program of work
Policies and Practices Task Force Program of Work
  • Define best practices and assist members towards achievement
  • Develop a values statement in support of member organizations' work on access and benefit sharing (ABS)
main outcomes1
Main Outcomes
  • Members adapt policies and best practices guidelines
marketing and outreach task force program of work
Marketing and Outreach Task Force Program of Work
  • Promote a shared vision for genome-level repositories and disseminate information to raise awareness of them
main outcomes2
Main Outcomes
  • Information on member DNA and tissue holdings made publicly available
  • Increased interest and participation in the Global Genome Biodiversity Network
2012 meeting goals
2012 Meeting Goals
  • Define user demands/function and services
  • Identify data and metadata standard
  • Develop directory
  • Develop best practices and ABS statement
  • Develop marketing and outreach strategy
  • Finalize five year work plans
  • Develop sustainment plan
schedule review
Schedule Review
  • Friday
    • GGBN Use Case Presentations and Discussion
    • Task force working sessions (led by ISC liaisons)
    • DNA Bank Network capabilities/DFG discussion
    • Data Standards and Data Access plenary (metadata)
    • Group dinner
  • Saturday
    • Task force working sessions (led by ISC liaisons)
    • Marketing and Outreach plenary (strategy)
    • Policies and Practices plenary (best practices and ABS)
    • Field trip (NHM Denmark Cryo-facility)
  • Sunday
    • Plenary, led by ISC (Governance, membership, secretariat)
    • Five year workplans (finalize)
    • Closing discussion
credits
Credits
  • Ornithologist Chris Milensky extracts a Chestnut-backed Jewel Babbler from a mist net in the FojaMtns. of New Guinea, image by
  • Juniperusphoenicea, image by WojciechPrzybylski and courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
  • Antilocapraamericana, image by Kristopher Helgen
  • Eragrostistef, image by Rasbak and courtesy of Wikimedia Commons and EOL rapid response
  • Entomologist Ted Schultz collects ants by hand in Guyana, by Jeffrey Sosa-Calvo
  • Tissue sample prepared in a cryogenic tube, by Christina A. Gebhard
  • Passerinacyanea, image by Kevin Bolton and courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
  • Cryogenic tubes, courtesy of Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem, FreieUniversität Berlin
  • Biorepository Robot, image by Donald Hurlbert courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution
  • Tree of Life, modified from David M. Hillis, Derrick Zwickl, and Robin Gutell, University of Texas.
  • K. Schmidt preparing a bird specimen, image by Christina A. Gebhard, Personal Communication Div Birds
  • Chris Milensky extracts a Chestnut-backed Jewel Babbler from a mist net in the FojaMtns. of New Guinea, image by Christopher Milensky Personal Communication Div Birds
  • Chris Milensky demonstrates techniques for preparing a study skin of a hawk to members of an ornithology training class in Gabon, image by Christopher Milensky Personal Communication Div Birds
  • Ted Shultz collecting ants by hand, image by Jeffrey Sosa-Calvo
  • An intern pours liquid nitrogen into a container where tissue samples will be sorted, image by Azhar Husain
  • DNA Analysis, image by Chris Meyer
  • Biorepository-004_55, image by Donald Hurlbert courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution
  • Parallalb, image by and courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution
  • Suomi NPP Blue Marble, NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring
  • Mycale laxissima, image by Klaus Ruetzler
  • Centropygeflavissimus, image by Jeffrey T. Williams and courtesy of MooreaBiocodesPhotoStream
  • Phidippusmystaceus, image by Thomas Shahan and courtesy of Wikimedia Commons