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May 2024 FaceBase Tutorial for Intramural Researchers | FaceBase

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May 2024 FaceBase Tutorial for Intramural Researchers

The FaceBase Hub is hosting an informative tutorial on May 6th, 2024, at the NIH Campus in Bethesda, Maryland. This free event, scheduled from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm EDT, is designed for the NIH intramural investigators, clinicians and trainees who conduct foundational, translational, and clinical research of dental, oral, craniofacial, as well as anatomically and biologically relevant diseases and conditions.

FaceBase is a comprehensive research repository for dental, oral and craniofacial data that is free and available to the public. You can learn more about us here.

Participants will benefit from a comprehensive walkthrough of the FaceBase data repository, learning how to effectively use and contribute to this vital resource. The tutorial will also cover best practices for data management and sharing, aiming to enhance research and collaboration within the community.

This unique opportunity is divided into two tracks to cater to both users and data contributors, ensuring a tailored experience that addresses the needs of all attendees. We encourage all interested parties to register early and join us for an engaging afternoon of learning and networking.


Click here to view the agenda.

Date and times

Monday, May 6th
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm EDT


NIH Building 31, 6C Rooms F&G
NIH Campus
9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, Maryland 20892


This tutorial has two scheduled tracks - one focused for users and one for data contributors:

Who is this for?

For dental, oral, craniofacial researchers, biologists, geneticists, clinicians, and students in the NIDCR Intramural program who are interested in:

How do I join?

Click here to register for this meeting

Contact us with questions

If you have any questions, please send them to