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DBMI Special Events
Congratulations to Rafael Ceschin on his recent publication in NeuroImage: Clinical
Dr. Heiko Spallek leads NIH funded project for the "University of Pittsburgh, Center of Excellence in Pain Education: Pain Challenges in Primary Care"
Congratulations to Rafael Ceschin on his recent publication in American Journal of Neuroradiology
Join us for a Seminar about Computational Pathology on September 14 - Dr. Rebecca Critchley-Thorne
The Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) Health Information Technology Policy Committee (HITPC) has put together a “draft” whitepaper on security and privacy concerns for healthcare “big data”.
Special Seminar on Monday, August 24th, given by Guergana Savova, PhD, Associate Professor, Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Special Seminar on Monday, August 24th, given by Guergana Savova, PhD, Associate Professor, Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Congratulations to doctoral candidate Henry Ogoe on his recent publication in BMC Informatics.
Welcome special guest and key note speaker, Dr. Chunhua Weng, to the Annual Pittsburgh Biomedical Informatics Training Program Retreat
Center for Causal Discovery Collaborators Funded to Develop Graphical Approaches to Integrate & Analyze Multi-Modal Data
Special Seminar on Friday, July 24th, given by Nematollah (Kayhan) Batmanghelich, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate
From the Center for Causal Discovery: JAMIA Features the CCD & other BD2K Centers
"Big Data Integration for Precision Medicine: From Population to Single Cells": Joint Seminar featuring Lana X. Garmire, PhD
DBMI Presents a Special Lecture by Rich Caruana, Ph.D. from Microsoft Research
Congratulations to Amie Draper on her successful Masters Defense