Amie (Draper) Barda, BS, MS

Research Interests: 

Design, implementation, and evaluation of clinical decision support systems.

Doctoral Candidate, Department of Biomedical Informatics

Academic Advisor: 

Barda AJ, Ruiz VM, Gigliotti T, Tsui F. An argument for reporting data standardization procedures in multi-site predictive modeling: case study on the impact of LOINC standardization on model performance. JAMIA Open, 00), 2018, 1-8. doi: 10.1093/jamiaopen/ooy063

Draper AJ, Ye Y, Ruiz VM, Patterson C, Urbach A, Palmer F, Wang S, Somboonna M, Tsui FC. Using laboratory data for prediction of 30-day hospital readmission of pediatric seizure patients, Conference Proceedings, American Medical Informatics Association, Washington DC, Nov. 2014 (Distinguished award)



MS (2015, Biomedical Informatics) University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Research Projects:

Using Laboratory Data for Prediction of Hospital Readmission: A Retrospective Study with Dr. Fuchiang Tsui: Analyzing laboratory data from adult heart failure and pediatric seizure patients to determine its role in predicting hospital readmission risk.


Distinguished Poster Award at AMIA 2014