2013 Program


Day 1

8:00
Breakfast

8:45
Welcome

Carla Brodley, Randall Wetzel

9:00
Hadoop and healthcare

Eric Baldeschwieler, Hadoop

9:40
Data driven health care

John Guttag + Jenna Wiens,  MIT

10:30
Break

11:00
Problems I want solved; requirements of bedside decision support

Interactive Session with Clinicians Drs. Fackler, Wetzel, Kennedy and Sandberg

12:00
Lunch

13:30
Statistical Models of Patient-Doctor Communication

Byron Wallace, Brown

14:00
Research and Clinical informatics combined.  The Vanderbilt Experience

Kevin Johnson, Vanderbilt

14:40
The Myth of Health Data Integration Complexity

Shahid Shah, Netspective

15:15
Break

15:45
Translating Medical Knowledge into Health through Better Literature Search

Zhiyong Lu, NLM/NCBI/NIH

17:00
Multivariate methods for classifying physiologic data

Patti Ordóñez Rozo , University of Puerto Rico

17:00
Dinner and Poster Session

Day 2

8:00
Breakfast

9:00
EHR to decision support

Eva Lee, Center for Operations Research in Medicine and HealthCare , Georgia institue of Technology

10:15
Break

10:40
Two little things in health care data: data integrity, and can the data be analyzed?

Paul Clifford, iMosphere

11:15
Workflows and Social Computing

Yolanda Gil and David Kale, ISI/USC

12:00
Lunch

13:00
Healthcare data visualization

Adam Perer, IBM

13:40
Class Imbalance and Noisy Training Data: Detecting FCD in MRI-Negative Epileptic Patients via Machine Learning

Carla Brodley,  Tufts

14:15
IT challenges in the VPICU's big data project

Chris Mattman, JPL, CalTech

14:45
Phenotype discovery using combined curated ontologies and electronic health data

Finale P. Doshi-Velez, Harvard Medical School

15:00
Break

15:30
Modelling the Effect of Mechanical Ventilation

Chengbo Li, Dan Lizotte, U. Waterloo, Canada

15:50
Body sensors

Ben Marlin, University of Massachusetts

16:10
Big Data and Pathology solutions

Tom Fuchs,  JPL and CalTech

17:00
CLOSING REMARKS

Ben Marlin and Randall Wetzel

Senior Program Committee:

Tufts University, Department of Computer Science
Johns Hopkins Computer Science and Public Health
Children's Hospital LA and USC Computer Science
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and USC Computer Science
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Children's Hospital Los Angeles

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