Open Health Systems Laboratory (OHSL) was conceived to focus on building global team science consortia by leveraging the best biomedical informatics, information and communication technology to address the key questions of medical science and to provide a quicker and better global public health response. We accomplish this by engaging participants to shape the agenda and goals and to encourage collaboration in building capacity for collective action to resolve problems.
The Board of Directors of Open Health Systems Laboratory (OHSL) are extremely pleased to present the Council of Advisors for Science and Technology (CAST) for OHSL.
Open Health Systems Laboratory (OHSL) has established a consortium of institutions and practitioners around the world to participate in this project in 2012 known as ICTBIOMED – ICT for Biomedical Global Research Collaboration (ICTBIOMED). The leaders in supercomputing firms are as follows: Center For Advanced Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune, India; Chalmers University Life Sciences Supercomputing Networking Center, Gothenburg Sweden; Poznań Supercomputing, Poznań, Poland
The ICTBIOMED project aims to create a platforms by using expertise that is available with the members of the consortium from different institutions that will take the patient from its initial stage of investigation by the physician to detection, management, and recovery. The group is meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden on March 21st, 2013 at University of Technology, Chalmers.
View the second issue of the South Asian Journal of Cancer (SAJC) compiled with the support of OHSL.
Volume 2 | Issue 2
Page Nos. 53-106
“In today’s environment, hoarding knowledge ultimately erodes your power. If you know something very important, the way to get power is by actually sharing it.”
- Joseph L. Badaracco, John Shad Professor of Business Ethics at Harvard Business School