February 12th, 2021
Topic: NIH STRIDES Initiative-Tools and Case Studies
- Boyd Wilson, President & CEO, Omnibond
- Specializes in: Identity Management Systems: Provisioning Systems (http://www.omnibond.com/products.html), Federated Security based Applications; High Performance Computing and Storage: CloudyCluster.com, self-service HPC Cluster orchistration in the AWS and Google Clouds.
- Jim Bottum, Research Professor Emeritus at Clemson University and Presidential Fellow at Internet2
- Jim Bottum is a Research Professor in the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Computing at Clemson University and Presidential Fellow at Internet2. Before coming to Clemson University, Bottum was Purdue University's first CIO beginning in August of 2001. Prior to arriving at Purdue, Bottum served as Executive Director at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Bottum was recently named Internet2’s Inaugural Presidential Fellow. He has served on a variety of boards and committees including the Internet2 Board of Trustees (elected) and the National Science Foundation's Advisory Committee on Cyberinfrastructure (ACCI) which he also chaired.
- Dr. Galen Collier, Director of Research Support, Rutgers University Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC)
The NIH Science and Technology Research Infrastructure for Discovery, Experimentation, and Sustainability (STRIDES) Initiative allows NIH to explore the use of cloud environments to streamline NIH data use by partnering with commercial providers. NIH’s STRIDES Initiative provides cost-effective access to industry-leading partners to help advance biomedical research. These partnerships enable access to rich datasets and advanced computational infrastructure, tools, and services. The first of two STRIDES webinars, this meeting will focus on the NIH STRIDES Initiative as a whole. In the meeting we will provide an overview of the benefits of STRIDES, as well as how individuals and organizations can engage with STRIDES. We’ll also detail a few of STRIDES’ early successes. https://datascience.nih.gov/strides