Open Science at ASGSR 2022


Open Science has had a busy 2022. Come check out the eighteen poster and oral presentations related to Open Science that will be given by the GeneLab, Ames Life Sciences Data Archive (ALSDA), NASA Biological Institutional Scientific Collection (NBISC), and AI4LS teams at ASGSR on Nov. 10-12, 2022. Hope to see you all there!

November 10 (4:00-5:30pm CST), Animals 1: Large scale transcriptional analysis of legacy spaceflight tissues from the NASA Biological Institutional Science Collection presentation by Jonathan Galazka

November 10 (6:00-7:30pm CST), Investigator Poster Session:

  • A pipeline for assessing the quality of RNA-seq datasets in GeneLab poster by Marie Dinh
  • Biological Data for Deep Space Mission Support and the NASA Ames Life Sciences Data Archive poster by Danielle Lopez
  • Discovery Through Biospecimen Sharing: The NASA Biological Institutional Scientific Collection (NBISC) poster by Joseph Varelas
  • A Machine Learning Algorithm for Evaluation of Causation in Radiation Induced Thyroid Cancer poster by Lauren Sanders

November 11 (10:30am-12:30pm CST), Graduate Student Poster Session:

  • Using Federated Learning to Overcome Data Gravity in Space poster by James Casaletto
  • Creating a feasible data pipeline for deep learning for data-intensive metagenomes poster by Alice Joyeux
  • Reanalysis of Rodent Data from Spacelab Life Sciences-1 poster by Crystal Fowler

November 11 (2:00-3:30pm CST), Animals 2: Inferring causality of radiation-induced DNA damage and carcinogenesis using CRISP presentation by Sonali Patel

November 11 (4:00-5:30pm CST), Enabling Technologies 2: Development of a Standardized Processing Pipeline for Space Biology Single Cell RNA Sequencing Data presentation by Lauren Sanders

November 12 (10:00am-12:00pm CST), Undergraduate and High School Poster Session:

  • Using QLattice Symbolic Regression to Identify Multiomic Signatures of Flight and Ground Control in Rodent Muscle poster by Riya Desai
  • An Exploration of Self-Supervised Learning and AI Methodology for Analysis of Space Radiation-Induced DNA Damage Microscopy Datasets poster by Anmol Seth
  • Reanalysis of Rodent Data from Spacelab Life Sciences-2 to Model Human Physiology in Spaceflight poster by Eva Soler

November 12 (2:00-3:30pm CST), NASA BPS Open Science Initiative: 2023 Year of Open Science: New Opportunities, Policies, and Demos presentations by Sylvain Costes, Lovorka Degoricija, Danielle Lopez, San-huei Lai Polo, Lauren Sanders, and Amanda Saravia-Butler

November 12 (4:00-5:30pm CST), Animals 4: Using QLattice Symbolic Regression to Identify Multi-omics Signatures of Spaceflight-induced Calcium Uptake Aberrations in Rodent Muscles presentation by Kevin Li

November 12 (4:00-5:30pm CST), Education:

  • Educational Resources for Introducing and Teaching Omics Analyses in High Schools Using Open Science Data presentation by Jennifer Claudio
  • GL4U: Using space omics data to provide bioinformatics training for students and educators presentation by Amanda Saravia-Butler

November 12 (4:00-5:30pm CST), Enabling Technologies 3: Enabling Biospecimen Sharing and Data Sharing for Spaceflight Radiation and Behavioral Effects presentation by Evelyn Wong