Ontology Mapping and Data Discovery with HOM

Health Ontology Mapper (HOM) is an open source general purpose instance mapper that provides a framework for transforming and delivering data in specified ontologies. The technology was developed to address the need for normalizing legacy and established data encoding standards into a single database schema without modifying underlying source data. Join Rob Wynden, manager of R&D for academic research systems at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and project director of HOM for an in-depth discussion about the technology, its current and future use cases, and the recently announced professional open source support relationship with Recombinant Data Corp. For more information about licensing HOM and to join the open source user group, visit www.HealthOntologyMapper.org.

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