DBMI at the 2016 AMIA Fall Symposium

Sunday, November 13

 

Didactic Panel S09:  The Human Microbiome: Informatics Challenges and Opportunities

Alexander Alekseyenko, Michael Becich, Todd DeSantis, Georg Gerber, Jack Gilbert

3:30-5:00 pm

Waldorf

 

Monday, November 14

 

Poster Session 1:  Preliminary Evaluation of a Multi-Component Intervention Prior to Discharge to Reduce Pediatric 30-Day Readmissions

Amie Draper, Andrew Urbach, Roger Day, Fereshteh Palmer, Srinivasan Suresh, Rich Tsui

5:00-6:30 pm

Stevens Salon D

 

Poster Session 1:  Use of Freetext Clinical Reports for Prediction of 30-Day Psychiatric Readmissions

Jose Posada, Lingyun Shi, Ye Ye, Frank Ghinassi, Neal Ryan, Henk Harkema, Rich Tsui

5:00-6:30 pm

Stevens Salon D

 

Poster Session 1:  A Comparison of Methods for Identifying Direct Causal Influences

Kevin Chen, Chandra Rathnam, Sanghoon Lee, Xia Jiang

5:00-6:30 pm

Stevens Salon D

 

High School Scholars Presentations S51: Development and Implementation of a Novel Approach for Analysis of Immune Cellular Infiltrates in Renal Transplant Rejection

Rohan Chalasani, Bala Ramaswami

3:30-3:42 pm

Williford C

 

High School Scholars Presentations S51:  Developing Heuristics to Automate the Extraction of Protein Drug-Drug Interactions Evidence from the Tables of Structured Product Labels

Anay Gupta,

4:06-4:18 pm

Williford C

 

High School Scholars Presentations S51:  Discovery of Genes Linked to Breast Cancer Progression Using Bayesian Network Modeling

Shania Khatri, Brian Liu, Vanathi Gopalakrishnan

4:42-4:54 pm

Williford C

 

Tuesday, November 15

 

Interactive Panel S65:  New Pathways into Biomedical Informatics: Educational Outreach Programs for High School Students

David Boone, John Finnell, Idra Sakar, Kim Unertl

10:30-12:00 pm

Waldorf

 

Interactive Panel S82:  Women in Informatics Leadership Forum

Suzanne Bakken, Wendy Chapman, Valerie Florance, Rebecca Jacobson, Jessica Tenenbaum

3:30-5:00 pm

Waldorf

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