MED262 - Current Trends in Biomedical Informatics

Time and Location During Fall Quarter, 2019: Fridays, 1:00 -2:00 p.m., September 27 - December 6 , 2019.  Classes will meet in BRF2 5A03. 

·        Instructor: Jejo Koola

·        Everyone is welcome to attend!

·        Students: Sign up for MED262 to get 1 unit credit.  DBMI Ph.D. students are required to complete 6 quarters of MED262 in order to fulfill Ph.D. curriculum requirements.

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Dr. Jonathan Chen, MD, PhD
Wisdom of the Crowd or Tyranny of the Mob?
Discovering and Distributing the Latent Knowledge Embedded in Clinical Data

Dr. Sandor Szalma
Computational Biology in Takeda Pharmaceuticals
Dr. Olga Patterson
Natural Language Processing at the VA: From research to operations
Dr. David Gutglass
​Pediatric clinical decision support:  the good the bad and the ugly.
​Dr. Forest Rowher

Near-Real Time Personalized Medicine and Cystic Fibrosis
​Dr. Sally Baxter
Evaluating the impact of electronic health record implementation and use on clinical workflows in ophthalmology
Dr. Steven Lane
Interoperability – Methods, Progress & Opportunities
Dr. Linda Awdishu
Pharmacogenomics of Drug Induced Kidney Injury
Dr. Brenda Simon
​The Intersection of Intellectual Property and Data
​Jason McNamara, MS
​Dr. John Ayers
​Dr. Ludmil Alexandrov
​Dr. Tracy Dixon-Salazar
Epilepsy Precision Medicine: A Personal and Scientific Perspective
​Dr. Jurgen Schulze

Dr. Cindy Schairer
​Dr. Aaron Neinstein
​Dr. Brian Clay
​Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin
​Dr. Robert Seidman