ROC Meeting in Cambridge, England - January 5 and 6, 2009

Description and Discussion of RNAO:
ROC Cambridge Agenda:

    The ROC meeting in Cambridge will begin on January 5 at 9:00 a.m. and will end January 6 at 5:00 p.m. For those who plan to attend, we ask that you commit to prepare for the meeting by reading some introductory material on Formal Ontologies and the use of Protégé (see the links below) as well as taking time to review RNAO version 1.0.  Here is the link for current version of the RNAO and this will be updated periodically until the meeting in Cambridge:

Introduction to Protégé and OWL (Use Version 4.0, located on the right side of the webpage):

Introduction to Ontologies:

Introduction to Quality and Is_a Relations (by Ingvar Johansson):

Travel Arrangements for Cambridge Meeting:

Flight Arrangements:
Transportation to Cambridge:
Alternatively, you can make your own arrangements using the following information:
Current list of Participants (12/15/08):
ColinBatchelorRoyal Society of Chemistry
AlexBatemanWellcome Trust Sanger Institute (Pfam/Rfam)
EckartBindewaldNational Cancer Institute - Center for Cancer Research
ThomasBittnerSUNY, Buffalo
JanuszBujnickiInternational Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw
JenniferDaubWellcome Trust Sanger Institute (Pfam/Rfam)
KirillDegtyarenkoChemical Entities of Biological Interest (ChEBI)
AlainDeniseUniversite Paris-Sud 11 and CNRS
Karen EilbeckUniversity of Utah
GaryKapralDuke University
WojciechKasprzakNational Cancer Institute - Center for Cancer Research
KevinKeatingYale University
RobKnightUniversity of Colorado
AlainLaederachWadsworth Center
NeoclesLeontisBowling Green State University
JoshMartinWadsworth Center
ChrisMungallBerkeley Bioinformatics Open-source Projects
LauraMurrayDuke University
AntonPetrovBowling Green State University
JaneRichardsonDuke University
KristianRotherInternational Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw
JesseStombaughBowling Green State University
JeromeWaldispuhlMassachusetts Institute of Technology
CraigZirbelBowling Green State University