06.28.2010 - Innovation Climate (to NSA)

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  • And we’re providing tools and resources to support these Strategic Research Areas. We’ve built out areas of the Research Gateway to include portals for each of our Strategic Research Areas. We’ve developed these pages toprovide Links, Features, Networking Opportunities and Resources for team science. These portals also promote NC State as “real-world team scientists” externally. This is an example of our Safety and Security portal.
  • Gives overview of the process. What is unique about NC: Use cases provided by UNC EM department, UNC PH and NC PHCurrent integrated data sources, Systems Infrastructutre at UNC, NCSU and SAS in a VCL as a proven platform used even in Va for connecting the University Systems. IRODS a rule based sharing process that facilitates sharing of data, and world class analytic capabiiites at SAS and NCSUEnds with transition to Health Data for the next slide on NC Detect
  • NC Detect currently has some automated analytics primary based on CDC EARS program. It is recievied daily data from these sources and more and can receive from many more. The kinds of analytic questions that can be asked of this system to improve syndromic surveillance, situational awareness, imporve decision making and raise the qualtity of halth care is the way to advance public health and reduce local, state and national threats.
  • Local and bottom up approach to Public Health Response; Hospitals. Paramedics, Poison Centers.119 hospitals reporting every 12 hrs.
  • CDC program to gather ED information as part of syndromic surveillence
  • Here is an example of better syndromic surveillance for Influenza. The ability to analyze data from different surveillance sources as well as sort the data by age, disposition or whatever creates earlier, accurate indications
  • Another example of enhanced Syndromic Surveillance NCBP will bring to these challenges can be seen in this tick borne data. The green is the reported state DPH data that is hard to see the peaks. The red is the ICD codes reported out which show the peaks nicely but are slower in recognition of the syndrome than the blue data the is an analysis of the keyword tick from ED unstructured data. So we can begin to see ways to detect earlier and more accurately syndromes by these simple enhanced approaches of which there are hundreds already indentified and waiting to be analyzed with in NCBP
  • NCBP’s goal of improved Situational Awareness and better decision support to policy makers can be seen in the use of a secure informatics exchange in iRods ( intergrated Rules Oriented Datat Systems) that use a rules orient system to facilitate information sharing among risk adverse data holders such that as severity of incidents and syndromes expands dashboards become populated with additional information that is essential of early detection and effective response in an automatic manner. These processes provide a clear audit trail of when and how this information was shared and the value of these procedures to the outcome.
  • 06.28.2010 - Innovation Climate (to NSA)

    1. 1. Research at NC State<br />Terri L. Lomax<br />Vice Chancellor for Research<br />NSA Meeting<br />28 June 2010<br />
    2. 2. Welcome to Raleigh<br />#1 Most Wired City in U.S.<br />#1 Best Quality of Life in U.S.<br />#3 Most Innovative City in U.S.<br />#4 Most Patents per Capita in U.S. <br />#4 Most High Tech & Sciences Jobs in U.S.<br />You are here. <br />
    3. 3. Tech Climate in Raleigh, NC<br />#1 Most Wired City<br />Metrics include broadband penetration, broadband access &wi-fi hot spots. Forbes, March 2010<br />Sprint Nextel recently launched its “4G” next-generation mobile broadband in Raleigh months before Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C.<br />
    4. 4. Innovation Climate in Raleigh, NC<br />#1 Best Quality of Life in U.S.<br />(No.2 Washington, DC; No. 3 Minneapolis-St. Paul) <br />Portfolio.com/bizjournals<br />#3 Most Innovative U.S. City<br />(No.1 Silicon Valley; No. 2 Austin, Texas) <br />Metrics include patents per person, venture capital investment, & ratio of high-tech, science and creative jobs. Forbes, May 2010. <br />#4 in Patents per Capita & High Tech & Sciences Jobs<br />Forbes, May 2010. <br />
    5. 5. Research Triangle Knowledge Capital<br />Expansion: Raleigh’s metropolitan population has increased by 37% since 2000 (largest expansion in nation)<br />High-Level Jobs: 44% of workforce hold management or professional positions <br />(fourth highest percentage in nation)<br />Educated Work Force: 41% of adults hold bachelor’s degrees (sixth highest percentage in nation)<br />Research University Cluster: NC State, UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University, RTI International<br />
    6. 6. NC State Knowledge Capital<br />33,815 students [23,010 undergrads; 7,991 grad students; <br />2,814 non-degree students]<br />~ 8,000 graduate students representing 86 countries<br />>220 graduate degrees offered [Master’s, Ph.D., Ed.D, DVM]<br />2,078 faculty members <br />[19 National Academy Members]<br />Largest four-year institution in North Carolina<br />
    7. 7. NC State Knowledge Capital<br />
    8. 8. America’s Best Graduate Schools<br />US News & World Report <br />2010 national rankings:<br />5th in Veterinary Medicine <br />7th Nuclear Engineering <br />9thin Biological/Agricultural Engineering <br />12th in Statistics<br />Source: U.S. News & World Report: America's Best Graduate Schools; April 2010 <br />
    9. 9. Research Impact Snapshot<br />$365M annual research expenditures (FY09)<br />#7 nationally for industry funded research<br />among all universities w/o medical schools<br />679 U.S. Patents <br />676 International Patents <br />>110 better world products<br />from lab to market<br />72 start-up companies<br />attracting >$750M investment and 3,000 jobs<br />137 intellectual property disclosures<br />submitted by faculty in FY09 (IP pipeline)<br />
    10. 10. Collaboration and Team Science<br />Today’s complex issues call for multidisciplinary approaches and team science.<br />Building teams of scientists & scholars around critical issues = Strategic Research Areas<br />
    11. 11. Strategic Research Areas at NC State<br />Strategic Focus Areas<br />Health & Well-Being<br />Energy &<br />Environment<br />Educational Innovation<br />Safety & Security<br />Economic &<br />Societal Benefit<br />Cross-Cutting Initiatives<br />
    12. 12.
    13. 13. Safety & Security @ NC State<br />Security<br />of Systems<br />Evidence<br />Validation<br />Analytics<br />
    14. 14. University Collaborations<br />Research Triangle Solar Fuels Institute<br />A groundbreaking partnership between NC State, <br />Duke University, UNC Chapel Hill,and Research <br />Triangle Institute (RTI) will make the Triangle area the leading scientific and technical resource in the field of solar fuels. <br />This collaboration brings an unparalleled critical mass<br />of science, engineering and translational expertise<br />toward developing scalable and sustainable production<br />of hydrocarbon fuel from sunlight.<br />
    15. 15. University Collaborations<br />Joint NC State / UNC Chapel Hill<br />Department of Biomedical Engineering<br />Capitalizing on NC State’s engineering legacy and<br /> Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine, the Joint Dept. of <br />Biomedical Engineering links these disciplines together. <br />Students and researchers engaged in this department <br />are immersed in the best of both worlds. <br />Joint MS and PhD degrees are offered on both campuses. <br />
    16. 16. Research Collaboration - NCB Prepared<br />NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill, SAS, and other government and corporate partners address the urgent need for faster recognition and response to biological diseases and threats by optimizing the ability to accurately detect and quickly analyze biological hazards to ensure public health and safety.<br />Initial funding $5M from Department of Homeland Security<br />Takes advantage of North Carolina's unique data sources, evolving advanced analytics capability, and its tested and proven Cloud Computing infrastructure (NC State’s VCL).<br />Hospitals sharing emergency department data with BioSense system<br />n<br />Uses multiple source data – human, animal, environmental – and advanced systems infrastructure and analytics to enable emergency responders while simultaneously coordinating information up through state and federal levels. <br />
    17. 17. Research Collaboration - NCB Prepared<br />
    18. 18. NCB Prepared – Process Flow<br />
    19. 19. Advanced Computing Innovations Lab by RENCI<br />The Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) is a major collaborative venture ofNC State, Duke, and Chapel Hill.<br />http://www.renci.org/<br />BEN, the Breakable Experimental Network, a dark fiber, experimental network test bed allows researchers to push the limits of networking technology unencumbered by the day-to-day requirements of a production network.<br />BEN on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJhccA7zVdc&feature=youtube_gdata<br />
    20. 20. Jointly Held Patents<br />How often does collaborative research between NC State and<br />our neighbor universities culminate in issued U.S. patents? <br />US Patent and Trademark Office reports:<br />22 jointly held patents between NC State &UNC Chapel Hill ranging from methods to create polymers in carbon dioxide, to spin coating methods, to compositions for protecting civil infrastructure<br />4 jointly held patents between NC State &Dukefor methods<br />of combating infectious diseases to boronated compounds<br />17 jointly held patents between UNC Chapel Hill &Duke<br />for the treatment of tumors and therapeutic effectiveness<br />
    21. 21. Acceleration Tool for Innovation Partnerships<br />REACH NC<br />Research, Engagement And Capabilities Hub<br />Working with NC partners including system-wide research <br />universities, NC State is leading an effort to launch an online,<br />searchable intelligent system that provides opportunities to<br />connect with potential collaborators through researcher profiles, projects, publications, and experts in North Carolina. <br />
    22. 22. Acceleration Tool for Innovation Partnerships<br />
    23. 23. Acceleration Tool for Innovation Partnerships<br />
    24. 24. Questions?<br />Terri L. Lomax<br />Vice Chancellor for Research<br />NSA Meeting<br />28 June 2010<br />
    25. 25. Research Collaboration - NCB Prepared<br />
    26. 26. NCBP Process: Value Proposition<br />26<br />
    27. 27. NC DETECT Data Volume<br />Hospital Emergency Departments<br />Poison Center Calls<br />(Over 4 Million<br />ED visits/year)<br />Ambulance Runs<br />27<br />
    28. 28. NC DETECT as a Model for the Nation<br />Statewide early event detection - 90% of EDs reporting every 12 hours<br />28<br />
    29. 29. Hospital ED Data Shared with BioSense<br />29<br />
    30. 30. Enhanced Syndromic Surveillance: Influenza<br />30<br />
    31. 31. Enhanced Syndromic Surveillance: Tick-borne<br />31<br />
    32. 32. 32<br />Improve Situational Awareness & Decisions <br />
    33. 33. Major Objectives<br />33<br />

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