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Interest groups provide recurring, standing opportunities to participate in the VIVO community among people with common interests.  interest groups operate under the oversight and direction of the VIVO Steering Group, and are advised by the VIVO Community at large. The interest group chairs meeting monthly with the VIVO Steering Group to discuss activities, issues, opportunities, plans, and needs.  Anyone, even if you are not a VIVO Member, is invited and encouraged to participate in the VIVO interest groups.

The VIVO interest groups:

  • Share work of community members

  • Coordinate with other projects, tool developers, and partners

  • Engage with other projects and experts on key issues and opportunities for the VIVO community

Current VIVO interest groups and Leaders, Meeting Schedules and Dial In Instructions

All calls are held on Thursday at 1:00 p.m. ET. A schedule of upcoming meetings can be found on the VIVO events calendar.

WeekMeetingDial In

1st Thurs

1:00pm ET

Outreach and Engagement

Julia Trimmer, Duke University, Chair.

The Outreach and Engagement interest group ensures that the VIVO Community and prospective partners and other stakeholders know about VIVO efforts and provides visibility for VIVO goals, activities, and achievements.

Anyone is invited and encouraged to participate.

Click here to access these meetings.

2nd Thurs

1:00pm ET

Development

Graham Triggs, VIVO Tech Lead, Chair.

Anyone is invited and encouraged to participate.

Click here to access these meetings.

3rd Thurs

1:00pm ET

Implementation

Paul Albert, Weill Cornell Medical College, Chair.

Anyone is invited and encouraged to participate.

Click here to access these meetings.

4th Thurs

1:00pm ET

Apps and Tools

Chris Barnes, University of Florida, Chair, Ted Lawless, Thomson Reuters, Co-Chair.

Anyone is invited and encouraged to participate.

Click here to access these meetings.

 

Interest Group Archive

The  Interest Group Archive contains materials that are no longer used by the VIVO Project, but may have historical value.