Fall 2015 Department of Biomedical Informatics Colloquium Series

Date Time Seminar Location Presentersort descending Seminar Title
10/02/2015 11pm - 12am 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A No Colloquium This Week
12/04/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Adam Perer, PhD - IBM Data-Driven Healthcare: Visual Analytics for Exploration and Prediction of Clinical Data
11/06/2015 11am -12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Andrew King, MS, and Jhon Camacho, MS Development and Evaluation of a Prototype of a Learning Electronic Medical Record System (King) / Supporting the Implementation of Clinical Practice Guidelines - The Story of the CoPILoT Project (Camacho)
10/30/2015 11am -12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Charles Borromeo, MS Research Opportunities Using the PaTH Network
11/13/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Feng Yue, PhD Enhancer dynamics during mammalian evolution and differentiation
10/23/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Peter White, PhD Enabling Precision Genomics at an Enterprise Level
12/11/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Rebecca S. Jacobson, MD, MS TBA
10/09/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Shandong Wu, PhD Beyond Breast Density: Quantitative Assessment of Breast DCE-MRI and Breast Cancer Risk
09/04/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Victoria Khersonsky IT at PITT and DBMI
10/16/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Wei Chen, PhD AMD Genetics: Methods and Analyses for Association, Progression, and Prediction
09/11/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Xinghua Lu, MD, PhD Touching millions of life: Translating Cancer Genome Big Data to Personalized Cancer Therapy
09/18/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Yang Liu, PhD Imaging nuclear architecture at nanoscale for cancer prognosis
09/25/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Young Ji Lee, PhD, MS, RN Informatics Approaches to Enhance Patient Engagement
11/20/2015 11am - 12pm 5607 Baum Boulevard, Room 407A Ziv Bar-Joseph, PhD Reconstructing Dynamic Signaling and Regulatory Networks
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