Seminars

​MED262 - Current Trends in Biomedical Informatics

  • Time and Location: Fridays 1-2 pm, at the Biomedical Research Facility II, 5A03.
  • Instructor:Shuang Wang
  • Everyone is welcome to attend!
  • Students: sign up for MED262 to get 1 unit credit.

 

Date Speaker Topic​​

4/7/2017

William Knox Carey, Ph.D., Vice President, Healthcare, Intertrust / General Manager, Genecloud

Taking Patient Rights Seriously: Ten Challenges

4/14/2017
Olivier Harismendy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, DBMI, UCSD
Accessing and Sharing Cancer Genomics Data
4/21/2017
Dennis Paul Wall, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University
Machine learning approaches to disentangle the complexity of autism
4/28/2017
Lian Jian, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Southern California,
Uncertainties in Crowdsourcing Contests of Creative Solutions
5/5/2017
Robert El-Kareh, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor, DBMI, UCSD
Using Health IT to Improve Diagnostic Safety at UCSD
5/12/2017
Yuanyuan Fang, Ph.D. Student, University of Maryland, Baltimore Count

Kevin Blansit, Ph.D. student at DBMI, UCSD
Actions as a source for process common ground

Is FHIR a viable messaging standard to model heart failure readmission? An evaluation of clinical, community, and telehealth data.
5/19/2017
Gina Merchant, Ph.D., Postdoc researcher, DBMI, UCSD
Weight-loss trial participants talking about diet and exercise on Facebook: Testing methods to classify posts
5/26/2017
Yuan Luo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Division of Health and Biomedical Informatics, Northwestern University
Using Machine Learning to Predict Laboratory Test Results
6/2/2017
Son Doan, Ph.D. and Manabu Torii, Ph.D., Scientist Medical Informatics, Kaiser Permanente Southern California,
Overview of current clinical NLP: from research perspective to practice
6/9/2017
Bo Luo, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Kansas
Healthcare Information and Social Networks: Data Utilization vs. Privacy

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