Conference on Semantics in Healthcare and Life Sciences

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Conference on Semantics in Healthcare and Life Sciences
Frequency Annually
Location(s) Dublin, Ireland (2015)
Years active 7
Inaugurated CSHALS 2008
Most recent CSHALS 2015
Member International Society for Computational Biology

The Conference on Semantics in Healthcare and Life Sciences (CSHALS) was a scientific meeting on the practical applications of semantic technology to pharmaceutical R&D, healthcare, and life sciences. The conference was held annually from 2008 to 2014, and was the premier meeting in this domain. In 2015, it as organised as a special interests group (SIG) meeting of the Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology conference.[1]

Conference topics included a World Wide Web Consortium tutorial on semantic web standards.[2] In 2012, CSHALS took on the additional topic of the application of Big Data to healthcare and life sciences, while maintaining its previous focus on semantic technologies.

Organization[edit]

CSHALS was organized by ISCB (International Society for Computational Biology).

List of conferences[edit]

  • CSHALS 2008 was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
  • CSHALS 2009 was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
  • CSHALS 2010 was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States[3][4]
  • CSHALS 2011 was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States[5]
  • CSHALS 2012 was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
  • CSHALS 2013 was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
  • CSHALS 2014 was held in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
  • CSHALS 2015 was held in Dublin, Ireland

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2015 by cshals". cshals.github.io. Retrieved 23 March 2017. 
  2. ^ "CSHALS Tutorial | Semantic Web Health Care and Life Sciences (HCLS) Interest Group". www.w3.org. Retrieved 23 March 2017. 
  3. ^ International Society for Computational Biology, Accomplishments Report 2010.
  4. ^ CSHALS 2010 Press Articles.
  5. ^ International Society for Computational Biology, Accomplishments Report 2011.

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