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FaceBase 2024 Community Forum on May 7-8 in Bethesda, MD | FaceBase

FaceBase 2024 Community Forum on May 7-8 in Bethesda, MD

Flyer for the 2024 FaceBase Annual Meeting

The FaceBase Hub is thrilled to announce registration is open for our next Community Forum! This year, we’ve expanded our event to one-and-a-half days of enriching discussions, groundbreaking advancements, and invaluable networking opportunities in Bethesda, MD. FaceBase is an NIDCR funded repository and it’s a primary repository for dental, oral, and craniofacial data.

Who should attend? This meeting is relevant for investigators, clinicians and trainees who conduct foundational, translational, and clinical research of dental, oral, craniofacial, as well as anatomically and biologically relevant diseases and conditions.

In person registration is available until Thursday, May 2nd.

Register now!

📌 Event Details:

Dates: Tuesday & Wednesday, May 7 & 8, 2024
Location: Main NIH campus, Bethesda, MD
Neuroscience building, Building 35A, Room 620/630

Mark your calendars, spread the word, and get ready for what promises to be another outstanding event!

Program:

This year’s theme is Supporting data-driven research spanning the translational spectrum with diverse dental, oral, and craniofacial data.

Day 1 of this year’s Forum will provide an update on FaceBase’s growth and explore research and data across the translational spectrum with a focus on Cleft Lip/Palate and Skull Formation/Craniosynostosis. These sessions will bring biomedical investigators, data scientists, clinicians, and data resource developers together to have a meaningful discussion of how data science can help facilitate translation.

We will also explore best practices for data stewardship and provide successful examples of data sharing and collaborations in FaceBase and provide a vision for using FaceBase to train future investigators. We will then cap the day off with an on-site poster session.

Day 2 will focus on examples of data reuse using FaceBase and two panels:

Note: We are also offering an onsite Tutorial for Intramural Researchers on Monday, May 6th on the NIH Campus. Please visit the event page for more information!

Agenda

View the final agenda here (updated 05/02/2024).

Program Participants

The following are some of the esteemed members of the dental, oral and craniofacial community who will be participating at this year’s Forum (in order of appearance):

We look forward to seeing you in Bethesda!

Register now!