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DBMI Special Events
Henry Ogoe successfully defended his doctoral dissertation entitled Robust Predictive Modeling of Related Gene Expression Data via Multi-Source Transfer Rule Learning on Tuesday, July 5. Congratulations!
Join us for a Distinguished Lecture in Causal Discovery on August 19 - "Logic-Based Causal Discovery for Heterogeneous Datasets"
Congratulations to MS alumnus Corey D. Stein and DBMI faculty for their recent publication, "A prototype mobile application for triaging dental emergencies"
UPMC and Pitt form $5 million microbiome research center
Congratulations to doctoral candidates Lujia Chen and Vicky Chen on their recent publication in BMC Bioinformatics
Congratulations to Madhavi Ganapathiraju, DBMI alum Adam Handen, and DBMI student Sri Chaparala for their recent high visibility publication!
Special Seminar to be given by Anil Jegga, DVM, MS, Associate Professor, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center on Tuesday, May 24
Roger Day's article, "Planning clinically relevant biomarker validation studies" accepted for publication by the Journal of Translational Medicine
Pitt Summer School on Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Big Data
School of Medicine Provost's Inaugural Lecture
Special Seminar presented by Lixing Yang, PhD - “The Landscape of Somatic Genome Rearrangements in Human Cancers”
Center for Causal Discovery (CCD) featured in the Winter 2016 issue of Pitt Med
Congratulations to alumnus Arturo Lopez Pineda, PhD and doctoral candidate Henry Ogoe on their recent publication in BMC Cancer
Colombian Ministry of Health launches new mobile app based on NLP and data mining techniques, developed by alumnus Andres Mauricio Hernandez, MS
Former DBMI faculty member involved with UPMC project that reduces local nursing facilities' costs, hospitalizations