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  1. See http://apps.internet2.edu/health Internet2 Health Sciences Mary Kratz Manager Internet2 Health Science Initiatives Coalition for Networked Information Washington, DC 10 April 2001

  2. People on the Internet Millions of People Source:Nua Internet Surveys

  3. Yesterday’s Internet • Thousands of users • Remote login, file transfer • Interconnect mainframe computers • Applications capitalize on underlying technology

  4. Today’s Internet • Millions of users • Web, email, low-quality audio & video • “World Wide Wait” • Interconnect personal computers and servers • Applications adapt to underlying technology

  5. Today’s Internet Doesn’t • Provide reliable end-to-end performance • Encourage cooperation on new capabilities • Allow testing of new technologies • Support development of revolutionary applications

  6. Tomorrow’s Internet • Billions of users and devices • Convergence of today’s applications with multimedia (telephony, video-conference, HDTV) • Interconnect personal computers, servers, and embedded computers • New technologies enable unanticipated applications (and create new challenges)

  7. Challenges to Higher Education • Human Computer Interaction • Virtual learning environments • Virtual meetings and seminars • Shared authoring and research collaboration • Remote instrumentation is cumbersome • Access between higher edu resources and corporate environments restricted • Distributed large scale computing and database

  8. Internet2 Mission • Develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrow’s Internet.

  9. Internet2 Goals • Enable new generation of applications • Re-create leading edge R&E network capability • Transfer technology and experience to the global production Internet

  10. 3Com Advanced Network & Services Alcatel AT&T Cisco Systems IBM ITC^Deltacom Lucent Technologies Marconi Communications Microsoft Nortel Networks Qwest Communications SBC Communications Spirent Communications WCI Cable WorldCom Internet2 Corporate Partners

  11. Additional Participation • Over 70 Internet2 Corporate Members • Over 40 Affiliate Members • Over 30 International Partners

  12. Internet2 Universities185 Universities as of April 2001

  13. Internet2 Backbone Networks Donna Cox,Robert Patterson, NCSA

  14. Abilene Network -Qwest

  15. Internet2 GigaPoPs27 as of April 2001

  16. Abilene Network Logical Map

  17. Internet2 Focus Areas • Advanced Network Infrastructure • Middleware • New Network Capabilities • Advanced Applications • Partnerships

  18. Download of “The Matrix” DVD(Comparison of the Internet2 Land Speed Record)

  19. Application Attributes • Interactive research collaboration and instruction • Real-time access to remote resources • Large-scale, multi-site computation and data mining • Shared virtual reality • Any combination of the above

  20. Advanced Applications • Distributed computation • Virtual laboratories • Digital libraries • Distributed learning • Digital video • Tele-immersion • All of the above in combination

  21. Health Sciences • Internet2 Health Science Initiative • Health Science Workgroup activities • Advanced Medical Applications

  22. "When the explorer is ready the guide will appear." -- Himalayan Saying (Reference from EVL at UIC)

  23. The Scope of the Internet2 Health Science Workgroup includes clinical practice, medical and related biological research, education, and medical awareness in the Public.

  24. With an Emphasis On: • Medical applications on the Internet. • Development of application tools to take advantage of Internet2 advanced network services. • Leverage and influence Internet2 resources to apply solutions to the medical domain. • Inform the medical community of these activities.

  25. Goals and Objectives • Focus on research partnerships for advanced applications • Enhance collaboration and information sharing • Development of demonstrations and tools • Cooperate on standards to maintain global interoperability

  26. Clinical Care Research Education Academia Industry Government Coordination

  27. Health Care HIPAA System Integration “Traditional Informatics” Life Sciences Genomics Structural Biology Clinical Trials Nanotechnology Two Bowers of Health Sciences

  28. NCRR: Integration Role for Internet2 Virtual Laboratories Biocomplexity Data Management Multidisciplinary Security

  29. OHSU UMich UIC NLM Stanford UCSD WUSTL UTenn UAB TAMU Hawaii Internet2 Member Universities185 Members As of February 2001 • 120 internet2 member universities have medical colleges (AAMC members) • About 50 members active in health sciences • Strong leadership team • Working closely with NIH/NLM

  30. Internet2 and the Next Generation Internet Initiative Internet2 NGI Federal agency-led University-led Developing education and research driven applications Agency mission-driven and general purpose applications Building out campus networks, gigaPoPs and inter-gigapop infrastructure Funding research testbeds and agency research networks Interconnecting and interoperating to provide advanced networking capabilities needed to support advanced research and education applications

  31. Roadmap • Networking Health:Prescriptions for the Internet • National Research Council Report • Current and future Internet • Released 24 February 2000 • National Academy Press • ISBN 0-309-06843-6

  32. Network of Collaborations • People to people • Collaborations • Engineering expertise • Medical expertise • Information access • Libraries and knowledge bases • Data stores (ie. Clinical) • Metadata definitions • Resources • Abilene backbone • Advanced research applications and tools • Facilities • Virtual laboratories • Super computers • Knowledge Clearinghouse

  33. Health Science Workgroups

  34. Health Science Working Groups • Medical Middleware • Medical Security • Medical Distance Education • Veterinary Medical Working Group • Visible Human Collaboratory • Regional Testbeds (connectivity in medicine) • Future Health Science Working Groups • Quality of Service • Structural Biology • Nanotechnology • Human Genome • Clinical Trials

  35. Medical Middleware Working Group • Medical Middleware Leads • Rob Carter • Director Systems AdministrationOffice of Information Technology, Duke University • Jack Buchanan, MSEE, MD • Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Medicine, University of Tennessee, Memphis • Staff Physician, Memphis VA Medical Center • MACEmed • Middleware Architecture Committee for Education in Medicine • Electronic health record collaboratory formation

  36. Medical Security Working Group • Security Lead • Jere Retzer • Chair of the Portland Research and Education Network (PREN) • Manager of Advanced Internet ProgramsOregon Health Science University • Workshop collaboration on HIPAA Guidelines • Plethora of future activities • CERTmed • “IRB”-like activity for security and privacy occurrences • Privacy goes hand in hand with security

  37. Medical Education • Medical / Distance Education Lead • Bill Hersh, OSHU • Numerous web based curriculum • Visible Human Project creating content and tools • Collaboration with AAMC • Sharing of resources across universities • Expertise • Content • Knowledge bases • Application tools

  38. Veterinary Medical • Veterinary Medical Lead • Gary Allen, UMissouri • Objectives • Connectivity of national veterinary schools • Sharing of resources (content, computation, etc.) • Use of digital video • Video conferencing • Lameness research • Collaboration with AVMA • Talbot Symposium in July • Planning session to establish deliverables

  39. Visible Human Collaboratory • National Library of Medicine NGI contracts • Connectivity of research campuses • Stanford SUMMIT • University of Michigan • Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center • (University of Colorado) • Collaboration tools • Anatomy curriculum

  40. Industry Coordination • Industry outreach and education • AMIA 2000 • RSNA 2000 • AAMC GIR 2001 • RSNA 2001 • Leadership strategies with AAMC GIR • National testbeds • Standards coordination • International collaborations

  41. Digital Video Testbeds • Digital Video - Lead by Jill Gemmill (UAB) • Access Grid – pending lead for Health Sciences • Utah • Boston University • UC • NWU • University of Illinois Chicago • Kansas • UIUC

  42. Future Working Groups • Quality of Service • End to End Performance • Visible Human Collaboratory • Clinical Trials • Biomedical • Leadership Team in formation • Nanotechnology • Genomics • Structural Biology

  43. The BIG Picture http://www.nas.nasa.gov/Pubs/NASnews/97/09/ipg_fig1.html

  44. Applications

  45. Digital Video Applications • Broadcast TV quality videoconferencing • Both live distribution and on-demand access to a variety of content • HDTV-based digital cinema, network-based studio production, …

  46. Collaborative Video ConferencingNational Library of Medicine, NIH

  47. 3D Brain Mapping: “Watching the Brain in Action” University of Pittsburgh Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  48. Teleimmersion University of Illinois at Chicago University of Illinois-NCSA Old Dominion University

  49. The CAVE