2011 Program


Day 1

8:00
Welcome

Randall Wetzel

8:30
National Priorities in Biomedical Informatics

Valerie Florance, NLM

9:10
Architecting Open Source, Cross-Disciplinary Scientific Data Management and Discovery Systems

Dan Crichton, M.S.

9:50
The View from the Hospital CTO's Office

Steve Garske, CHLA

10:10
Break

10:30
Exploring Well: Clinical Trials in the Era of Digital Health Records

Alina Beygelzimer, IBM

11:10
Using Exploration Well: How to Learn from Digital Health Data

John Langford, Yahoo!

11:10
Using Exploration Well: How to Learn from Digital Health Data

John Langford, Yahoo!

11:50
LUNCH

13:00
A View from the Trenches: Open-source, Data-intensive Software

Chris Mattmann, NASA/JPL.

13:30
Architectures to Support Big Data Analysis

Jeff Hammerbacher, Cloudera

14:00
EEG Data in the Cloud

Zach Ives, UPenn

14:30
Panel-led Discussion: Architecture

Chair: Jeff Hammerbacher

15:50
Data and Probabilistic Models in Individualized Patient Care: Experience in the ICU

Stuart Russell, UC Berkeley.

17:30
Poster Session and Lightning Talks, Dinner and Drinks

Stuart Russell, UC Berkeley.

DAY 2

8:30
Reasoning About Data with Continuous Time

Christian Shelton, UC Riverside

9:10
Model-free Rule Discovery and Learning in Temporal Medical Data

Eamonn Keogh, UC Riverside

9:50
Analyzing the Digital Patient with Machine Learning

Suchi Saria, Harvard

10:30
Break

10:50
Panel-led Discussion: Analysis

Chair: John Langford

11:10
Using Exploration Well: How to Learn from Digital Health Data

John Langford, Yahoo!

12:00
LUNCH

13:00
Development and Application of Biomedical Ontologie

Amar K. Das, Stanford

13:40
Perceptual, Cognitive, and Social Factors Involved in Making Sense of Large Data Collections

Jeffrey Heer, Stanford

14:00
An Informatics Architecture for the Virtual Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Andrew Hart, NASA JPL

14:30
nsupervised Discovery of Similar Patients in Electronic Health Care Data

Dave Kale, VPICU/CHLA

Senior Program Committee:

Randall Wetzel, M.D.
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
David Kale, M.S.
Children's Hospital LA and USC Computer Science
Suchi Saria, Ph.D
Johns Hopkins Computer Science and Public Health

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