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Project team

National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) University of South Dakota University of Oregon (Zebrafish Information Network)
  • Todd Vision (also University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Hilmar Lapp (now at Duke University, Center for Genomic and Computational Biology)
  • Jim Balhoff (now at RTI Intl.)
  • Prashanti Manda (now at University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
  • Paula Mabee
  • Wasila Dahdul
  • Alex Dececchi
Oregon Health & Science University
  • Melissa Haendel
University of Chicago Mouse Genome Informatics Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
  • Judith Blake
  • Terry Hayamizu
  • Aaron Zorn (Xenbase)
  • Christina James-Zorn (Xenbase)
California Academy of Sciences University of Arizona Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
  • David Blackburn
  • Chris Mungall

Advisory Board

Members

  • John Day-Richter (Google)
  • Brian K. Hall (Dalhousie University)
  • Cyndy Parr (Encyclopedia of Life) (2012-)
  • Paul Schofield (University of Cambridge)
  • Peter Vize (University of Calgary)
  • Alan Ruttenberg (University of Buffalo)

Meetings

Contributors

The following groups and individuals have contributed to Phenoscape ontology development, data curation, workshops, and data entry:

Phenoscape Contributors to the Uberon Anatomy Ontology

  • Wasila Dahdul, University of South Dakota
  • David Blackburn, California Academy of Sciences
  • T. Alexander Dececchi, University of South Dakota
  • Pasan Chinthana Fernando, University of South Dakota
  • Melissa Haendel, Oregon Health Sciences University
  • Terry Hayamizu, Mouse Genome Informatics
  • Nizar Ibrahim, University of Chicago
  • Laura Jackson, University of South Dakota
  • Paula Mabee, University of South Dakota
  • Chris Mungall, Lawrence Berkeley Labs

Teleost Anatomy Ontology (TAO) Contributors

  • Gloria Arratia, The University of Kansas
  • David Blackburn, University of Kansas
  • Miles Coburn, John Carroll University
  • Kevin Conway, St. Louis University
  • Wasila Dahdul, University of South Dakota
  • Mário de Pinna, Universidade de São Paulo
  • Alexander Diehl, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
  • Jeff Engeman, University of South Dakota
  • Benjamin Frable, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
  • Terry Grande, Loyola University, Chicago
  • Melissa Haendel, OHSU
  • Brian Hall, Dalhousie University
  • Eric Hilton, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
  • John Lundberg, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Paula Mabee, University of South Dakota
  • Richard Mayden, St. Louis University
  • Martin Ringwald, The Jackson Laboratory
  • Mark Sabaj Pérez, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Erik Segerdell, OHSU
  • Brian Sidlauskas, Oregon State University
  • Sandrine Tercerie, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
  • Ceri Van Slyke, Zebrafish Information Network
  • Richard Vari, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
  • Matt Vickaryous, University of Guelph
  • Jacqueline Webb, University of Rhode Island
  • Edward Wiley, The University of Kansas

Vertebrate and Teleost Taxonomy Ontology Contributors

  • John Alroy, Paleobiology Database
  • Nicolas Bailly, WorldFish Center, Philippines
  • Stan Blum, California Academy of Sciences
  • Miles Coburn, John Carroll University
  • Kevin Conway, St. Louis University
  • Wasila Dahdul, University of South Dakota
  • T. Alexander Dececchi, University of South Dakota
  • Bill Eschmeyer, California Academy of Sciences
  • Rainer Froese, Leibniz-Institute of Marine Sciences
  • Terry Grande, Loyola University, Chicago
  • Eric Hilton, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
  • Nizar Ibrahim, University of Chicago
  • John Lundberg, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Richard Mayden, St. Louis University
  • Paul Sereno, University of Chicago

Vertebrate Skeletal Anatomy Ontology (VSAO) Contributors

  • James P. Balhoff, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  • David C. Blackburn, California Academy of Sciences
  • Wasila Dahdul, University of South Dakota
  • Alexander D. Diehl, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
  • Melissa A. Haendel, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Brian K. Hall, Dalhousie University
  • Terry Hayamizu, The Jackson Laboratory
  • Nizar Ibrahim, University of Chicago
  • Hilmar Lapp, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  • John G. Lundberg, The Academy of Natural Sciences
  • Paula M. Mabee, University of South Dakota
  • Christopher J. Mungall, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Martin Ringwald, The Jackson Laboratory
  • Erik Segerdell, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Paul Sereno, University of Chicago
  • Ceri E. Van Slyke, Zebrafish Information Network
  • Matthew K. Vickaryous, University of Guelph
  • Monte Westerfield, Zebrafish Information Network and University of Oregon
  • Christina James Zorn, Xenbase

Curators (Data Annotation)

  • Bruno Chanet, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
  • Miles Coburn, John Carroll University
  • Sonia Crichigno, Centro Regional Universitario Bariloche, (Univ. Nac. del Comahue), Argentina
  • Wasila Dahdul, University of South Dakota
  • T. Alexander Dececchi, University of South Dakota
  • Pasan Chinthana Fernando, University of South Dakota
  • Jeff Engeman, University of South Dakota
  • Benjamin Frable, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
  • Terry Grande, Loyola University, Chicago
  • Eric Hilton, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
  • Nizar Ibrahim, University of Chicago
  • Laura Jackson, University of South Dakota
  • John Lundberg, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Paula Mabee, University of South Dakota
  • Richard Mayden, St. Louis University
  • Mark Sabaj Pérez, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Sandrine Tercerie, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle

Phenoscape Workshop Participants & Contributors

  • Arhat Abzhanov, Harvard University
  • Gloria Arratia, The University of Kansas
  • Michael Ashburner, University of Cambridge
  • Jim Balhoff, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  • Rüdiger Bieler, Field Museum, Chicago
  • David Blackburn, University of Kansas
  • Judith Blake, The Jackson Laboratory
  • Stan Blum, California Academy of Sciences
  • Miles Coburn, John Carroll University
  • Kevin Conway, St. Louis University
  • Quentin Cronk, The University of British Columbia
  • Wasila Dahdul, University of South Dakota
  • Mário de Pinna, Universidade de São Paulo
  • Andy Deans, North Carolina State University
  • Alexander Diehl, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
  • Torsten Dikow, Field Museum, Chicago
  • Jeff Engeman, University of South Dakota
  • George Gkoutos, University of Cambridge
  • Lance Grande, Field Museum, Chicago
  • Terry Grande, Loyola University, Chicago
  • Melissa Haendel, Zebrafish Information Network
  • Brian Hall, Dalhousie University
  • Eric Hilton, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
  • Robert Ho, University of Chicago
  • Hopi Hoekstra, Harvard University
  • Hans Hofmann, University of Texas at Austin
  • Elizabeth Jockusch, Univesity of Connecticut
  • Elizabeth Kellogg, University of Missouri, St. Louis
  • Chuck Kimmel, University of Oregon
  • Cartik Kothari, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  • Hilmar Lapp, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  • Suzanna Lewis, Berkeley Bioinformatics and Ontology Project
  • John Lundberg, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Paula Mabee, University of South Dakota
  • Anne Maglia, Missouri University of Science and Technology
  • Joanna Mandecki, University of Chicago
  • Austin Mast, Florida State University
  • Richard Mayden, St. Louis University
  • Charlene McCord, University of Chicago
  • Peter Midford, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  • Chris Mungall, Berkeley Bioinformatics and Ontology Project
  • Vicky Prince, University of Chicago
  • Martin Ramirez, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia," Argentina
  • Sue Rhee, Carnegie Institution
  • Martin Ringwald, The Jackson Laboratory
  • Nelson Rios, Tulane University
  • Callum Ross, University of Chicago
  • Mark Sabaj Pérez, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Erik Segerdell, University of Calgary
  • Paul Sereno, University of Chicago
  • Brian Sidlauskas, Oregon State University
  • Barry Smith, University at Buffalo
  • David Stern, Princeton University
  • Margaret Thayer, Field Museum, Chicago
  • Ceri Van Slyke, Zebrafish Information Network
  • Matt Vickaryous, University of Guelph
  • Todd Vision, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Peter Vize, University of Calgary
  • Gunter Wagner, Yale University
  • Michael Wallinga, University of South Dakota
  • Nicole Washington, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
  • Monte Westerfield, Zebrafish Information Network and University of Oregon
  • Mark Westneat, Field Museum, Chicago
  • Edward Wiley, The University of Kansas
  • Matt Yoder, North Carolina State University

Software testing

  • Angel Amores, University of Oregon
  • Carole Baldwin, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
  • Susan Bassham, University of Oregon
  • Judith Blake, The Jackson Laboratory
  • Miles Coburn, John Carroll University
  • William Cresko, University of Oregon
  • April DeLaurier, University of Oregon
  • Jeff Engeman, University of South Dakota
  • Vladimir Gapeyev, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  • Terry Grande, Loyola University, Chicago
  • Melissa Haendel, Zebrafish Information Network
  • Eric Hilton, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
  • Ryan Kerney, Dalhousie University
  • Suzanna Lewis, Berkeley Bioinformatics and Ontology Project
  • Daniel Lumbantobing, George Washington University
  • John Lundberg, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Anne Maglia, Missouri University of Science and Technology
  • Richard Mayden, St. Louis University
  • Julie Mounts, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
  • Conor O'Brien, University of Oregon
  • Lynne Parenti, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
  • Rafael de Sá, University of Richmond
  • Mark Sabaj Pérez, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
  • Brian Sidlauskas, Oregon State University
  • Jiakun Song, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
  • Jared Talbot, University of Oregon
  • Sandrine Tercerie, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
  • Tom Titus, University of Oregon
  • Linda Trueb, University of Kansas
  • Ceri Van Slyke, Zebrafish Information Network
  • David Wake, University of California, Berkeley
  • Marvalee Wake, University of California, Berkeley
  • Matt Yoder, North Carolina State University

Students

  • Alex Ahearn, Duke University
  • Alyssa Block, University of South Dakota
  • Jordan Catlett, University of South Dakota
  • Sonia Crichigno, Centro Regional Universitario Bariloche, (Univ. Nac. del Comahue), Argentina
  • Jeff Engeman, University of South Dakota
  • Pasan Chinthana Fernando, University of South Dakota
  • Benjamin Frable, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
  • Char Green, University of South Dakota
  • Ericka Grey, University of South Dakota
  • Laura Jackson, University of South Dakota
  • Jun Hong Kim, Duke University
  • Jonathan Lee, Duke University
  • Leah Mabee, University of South Dakota
  • Mtakai Ngara, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Carla Perez, Duke University
  • Carin Rambow, University of South Dakota
  • Du Rui, University of South Dakota
  • Brad Schanche, University of South Dakota
  • Michael Wallinga, University of South Dakota

Groups

Data sources

Funding

The Phenoscape II project is funded by NSF collaborative grants DBI-1062404 and DBI-1062542 grant, and is supported by the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent), NSF #EF-0905606. Its predecessor, the Phenoscape I project, was funded by NSF grant BDI-0641025, and supported by NESCent, NSF #EF-0423641.