BMI Events Archive

Spring 2018 Events & Presentations

Friday Research Series

For the 2017-18 academic year, our three research-focused series will be offered on Fridays at 11 am. Topics will rotate between:

  • Hutton Lectures – formal presentations on current research in biomedical and clinical informatics
  • Clinical Informatics Focus Group – networking forum for clinical informatics researchers to discuss current research projects
  • Biomolecular Informatics Focus Group – networking forum gathers researchers and students to focus on topics in molecular biology, molecular modeling, proteins and protein-protein interactions

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Date Speaker Topic Location
Fri, Jan 12
@ 11 am
Sam Lambert, PhD Candidate
Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto
An improved method to predict the divergence of eukaryotic transcription factor sequence specificities S10.130
Fri, Jan 19
@ 11 am
Richard Bonneau, PhD
Professor of Biology and Computer Science and Director, New York University Center for Data Science
Using large-scale structure prediction to annotate human proteome and genetic variation and the dark matter of meta-proteomes: VIPUR and the Microbiome Immunity projects S10.130
Fri, Jan 26
@ 11 am
BMI PhD Student Talks Smruti Deoghare: Exploring EHR navigation pattern in a simulated handoff study
Lei Liu: Leveraging Electronic Health Record Data to Predict Surgery Cancellation
S10.130
Wed, Jan 31
10 am
Feixiong Cheng, PhD
Research Assistant Professor, Center for Cancer Systems Biology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Network Medicine: From Cellular Networks to Personal Mutanomes S9.130
Fri, Feb 2
@ 11 am
Matthew Weinger, MD
Professor of Anesthesiology, Biomedical Informatics, and Medical Education, Vanderbilt University
A human factors engineering approach to health information technology S10.130
Fri, Feb 9
@ 11 am
Judith Dexheimer, Phd (Emergency Medicine), Sarah Beal, PhD (Behavioral Medicine), and Mary Greiner, MD (General and Community Pediatrics), Cincinnati Children's Integrated Data Environment to eNhance ouTcomes in cusTody Youth (IDENTITY) S10.130
Mon, Feb 12
@ 4 pm
Kenneth D. Mandl, MD, MPH
Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School and Director, Computational Health Informatics Program, Boston Children's Hospital
Real World Evidence and Patient-Driven Precision S1.204
Fri, Feb 16
@ 11 am
John Hogenesch, PhD
Deputy Director, Center for Chronobiology, Cincinnati Children's
From the genome to new opportunities in circadian medicine S10.130
Fri, Feb 23
@ 11 am
Kim Unertl, PhD, MS
Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Early lessons from the Vanderbilt eStar Implementation: People, Processes, and Practices S10.130
Fri, Mar 2
@ 11 am
Bruce Levy, MD, CPE
Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer and Program Director, Clinical Informatics Fellowship, Geisinger Health
Formal physician education in clinical informatics and its impact on healthcare S10.130
Tues, Mar 6
@ 8:30 am -4:15 pm
UC Data Day 2018
Keynote: Patricia Flatley Brennan, RN, PhD, Director of the National Library of Medicine
Panels: Game Changing Data; Big Data and Data Solutions UC's Nippert Stadium West Pavilion
Fri, Mar 9
@ 11 am
Eric Kirkendall, MD, MBI, FAAP
Associate Professor, Division of Hospital Medicine, Cincinnati Children's
Decision Support Analytics at Cincinnati Children’s: Getting Smarter and Safer in the Electronic Health Record S10.130
Fri, Mar 16
SPRING BREAK NO PRESENTATION
Fri, Mar 23
@ 11 am
Andrew B. Herr, PhD
Associate Professor, Division of Immunobiology, Cincinnati Children's
In-silico prediction and biochemical validation of small-molecule inhibitors of apoptosis S10.130

Fri, Mar 30
@ 11 am

Brenda J. Andrews, PhD, CC, FRSC
Director, The Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto
Global analysis of cellular networks and pathways in yeast S10.130
Fri, Apr 6
@ 11 am
Sarath Chandra Janga, PhD
Assistant Professor, Biohealth Informatics, IUPUI School of Informatics and Computing
Dissecting the post-transcriptional networks of RNA-binding proteins using genomic and systems approaches S10.130
Fri, Apr 13
@ 11 am
Craig Brammer, CEO, and Jason Buckner, Senior Vice President, Health Collaborative Community-based healthcare using a health information exchange S10.130
Fri, Apr 20
@ 11 am
CANCELED -
John Hebbeler, MSMT,
Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music
CANCELED -
Design for Wellbeing: Generative Visual Music for Anxiety Reduction

Fri, Apr 27
@ 11 am
James Lee, PhD
Co-Director, Digital Humanities/Digital Scholarship Center, University of Cincinnati
UC’s Digital Scholarship Center and text mining across disciplines S10.130
Fri, May 4
@ 11 am
Christian Hong, PhD
Associate Professor, Pharmacology & Systems Physiology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Uncovering the roles of circadian rhythms in the gastrointestinal systems using organoids S10.130
Fri, May 11
@ 8 am - 4 pm
Precision Genomics Midwest 2018 Visit http://cincinnatichildrens.org/pgm Kingsgate Marriott Hotel
Fri, May 18
@ 11 am
CANCELED -
Jason Lu, PhD

Associate Professor, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's

CANCELED -
Diagnosing autism spectrum disorders based on neuroimaging data using a deep neural network approach

S10.130
Fri, May 25
@ 11 am
George Stan, PhD
Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati
Multiscale modeling of protein unfolding and translocation by AAA+ nanomachines in the degradation pathway S10.130

Fri, June 1
@ 11am

PJ Van Camp, Erica DePasquale, and Lei Liu
BMI PhD students

Informatics analyses of 50,000 adult asthma and COPD medical records with environmental exposure data: Results from the BMI Practicum course S10.130

We offer training on various software packages used for research purposes.

  • REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure, web-based application designed exclusively to support data capture for research studies, allowing users to build and manage online surveys and databases quickly and securely. Various levels of training are offered on an ongoing basis for researchers at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati. For a complete schedule of upcoming training opportunities, visit UC's Center for Clinical & Translational Science & Training (CCTST).
  • University of Cincinnati Libraries Workshops. The UC Libraries provide training on topics such as REDCap, MEDLINE, Programming in R, Prezi, Scopus and more. Check the library's workshop schedule here. All workshops are open to Cincinnati Children’s employees but you cannot register online. To register, call the library at 513-558-0127. If you have an urgent need for instruction on a class normally scheduled by the libraries, please contact Assistant Director Lori E. Harris.

Biomedical Informatics sponsors a monthly meeting for application specialists at Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation. The goal of these meetings is to keep everyone updated on the latest resources and services available to Cincinnati Children's researchers and to discuss any research IT-related issues. All research application specialists are welcome to attend. Meetings typically are scheduled for the first Wednesday of every month at 10:30 am in T10.338.

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Spring 2017 Events & Presentations

The Biomedical Informatics Friday Speaker Series has been renamed the Hutton Lecture Series in honor of John J. Hutton Jr., MD, our former division director and one of our founders. The series presents lectures by leading researchers and informaticists in order to broaden horizons and establish awareness of mutual interests. Events take place every Friday at 11 am during the academic year and at other times as guest speakers are scheduled. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive email notices of upcoming events.

Date Speaker Topic Location
1/12/17
noon
Jeff Pennington, PhD
Director, Translational Informatics, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Library Science Before Data Science T10.134
1/13/17
@ 11 am
Gowtham Atluri, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Cincinnati
Network-Based Analysis of fMRI Data S10.130
1/20/17
@ 11 am
CANCELED CANCELED S10.130
1/27/17
@ 11 am
Joshua C. Denny, MD, MS
Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Associate Professor of Medicine, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Big Data for Precision Medicine and the PMI All of Us Research Program S10.130
2/3/17
@ 11 am
Brett Kissela, MD, Professor of Neurology, University of Cincinnati
Yizhao Ni, PhD, Instructor, Biomedical Informatics, Cinicinnati Children's
From Data to Actionable Insights: Using Informatics to Improve Stroke Epidemiology Research S10.130
2/10/17
@ 11 am
Bahram Namjou, MD
Assistant Professor, Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology, Cincinnati Children's
Exploring the Use of an EHR-Linked Biorepository for Genetic Discovery S10.130
2/17/17
@ 11 am
Shomir Wilson, PhD
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computing Systems, University of Cincinnati
Text Analysis to Support the Privacy of Internet Users S10.130
2/24/17
@ 11 am
 CANCELED CANCELED S10.130
3/3/17
@ 11 am
Cole Brokamp, PhD
Research Fellow, Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Cincinnati Children's
Geocoding to Characterize Community and Environmental Exposures for Multi-Sites Studies
S10.130
3/9/17
@ 1:30 pm
Hammad Naveed, PhD
Research Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
A novel computational framework to identify targets of FDA approved kinase inhibitors S10.130
3/10/17
@ 11 am
CANCELED CANCELED
3/17/17
@ 11 am
Rebecca S. Jacobson, MD, MS
Professor of Biomedical Informatics and CIO, Institute for Precision Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Advancing Cancer Research with Informatics Innovation 
S10.130
3/24/17
@ 11 am
Rui Dai, PhD
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems, University of Cincinnati
Multimedia Sensor Systems: Theories and Applications in Healthcare S10.130
3/30/17
@ noon
Beenish Moalla Chaudhry, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Notre Dame
Mobile Technology for Community Health S6.125
3/31/17
@ 11 am
Ruben Abagyan, PhD
Professor, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Multi-target Pharmacology for Repurposing and Personalized Medicine 
S10.130
4/4/17
@ 3 pm
Xinan (Holly) Yang, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, the University of Chicago
Computational Biology Sheds Lights on the Genomics for Precision Medicine S10.130
4/7/17
@ 11 am
Emily Miraldi, PhD
Assistant Professor, Division of Immunobiology, Cincinnati Children's
Transcriptional Regulatory Network Inference from Genomics Datasets S10.130
4/14/17
@ 11 am
Tim Hughes, PhD
Professor, University of Toronto
Exploring DNA and RNA Binding Motifs: Tools for Decoding Gene Regulation S10.130
4/21/17
@ 11 am
Iouri Chepelev, PhD
Assistant Professor, Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology, Cincinnati Children's
Disease-Associated Gene Expression Regulation in the 3D Genome S10.130
4/28/17
@ 11 am
CANCELED CANCELED S10.130
5/5/17
@ 11 am
Mathias Brochhausen, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics, UAMS
Conceptual Framework and Proof of Concept for a Collaborative Chronic Care Network S10.130
5/12/17
@ 11 am
Ken Kaufman, PhD
Professor, Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology (CAGE), Cincinnati Children's
Considerations in Working with Whole Genome DNA Sequence and Making Sense of the data S9.130
5/18/17
@ 11 am
CANCELED CANCELED
5/26/17
@ 11 am
Brian Connolly, PhD
Research Fellow, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's
Using Verbal and Nonverbal Cues to Identify Risk S10.130
6/2/17 No lecture No lecture
6/6/17
@ 2 pm
Abbas Shojaee, MD, CHDA
Faculty Associate Research Scientist, Big Data to Knowledge Group, Yale University
Graph network analysis for broad causal inference in observational healthcare data S9.130
6/9/17
@ 11 am
Mayur Sarangdhar, PhD
Bioinformatician, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children’s
Adverse effects data mining for therapeutic discovery S9.130

This event series highlights service offerings from the Division of Biomedical Informatics for the research community as well as presentations focused on particular informatics tools, often from guest speakers outside the division. Events typically take place on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 10 am. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive email notices about upcoming events.

Date Speaker Topic Location
2/1/17 @ 10am Artem Barski, Director, Epigenomics Data Analysis Core, Cincinnati Children's Cool Tools: BioWardrobe S1.203
2/15/17 @ 10am CANCELED CANCELED
3/1/17 @ 10am Nathan Salomonis, PhD, Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's
Cool Tools: AltAnalyze S1.203
3/15/17 @ 10am Andrew Rupert, MS, Architect, Business Systems and Prakash Velayutham, Technical Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Need help? Working with BMI's Application Developers and the Computational Cluster S10.130
 3/29/17 @ 10am Tesfaye B. Mersha, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of Asthma Research, Cincinnati Children's 
Topic to be announced S10.130
4/3/17 @ 10am CANCELED - Yan Xu, PhD, Director of Bioinformatics Core, Neonatology & Pulmonary Biology, Cincinnati Children's
Cool Tools: LungGENS, SINCERA S1.203
4/19/17 @ 10am Tesfaye B. Mersha, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of Asthma Research, Cincinnati Children’s

Sudhir Ghandikota, MS, PhD student, Computer Science and Engineering
Genease: Real time bioinformatics tool for multi-omic and phenotype ontology integration and analysis S1.203
4/19/17 @ 10am Ron Bryson, Manager, Bioinformatics, Cincinnati Children's BMI Data Services and Tools S1.203
4/26/17 @ 10am Yan Xu, PhD, Professor, Neonatology and Pulmonary Biology, Cincinnati Children’s Cool Tools: LungGENS, SINCERA S1.204
5/3/17 @ 10am Mayur Sarangdhar, PhD, Mres, Cincinnati Children's Cool Tools: AERSMine S1.203
5/15/17 @ 10am CANCELED -
Greg Franseth, Director, Bioinformatics Technical Services, Cincinnati Children's

Brett Harnett, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Informatics, University of Cincinnati

Shubha Chandrasekhar, Sr. Application Developer, Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's
CANCELED -
Tableau: Data Visualization Platform for the Future
S1.203

Join us! Let's work together to use electronic health records and other data sources for research and improving patient care. These working meetings will focus on sharing information and improving current projects, manuscripts, and grants in progress. Meetings are open to all interested parties from Cincinnati Children's, the University of Cincinnati, and UC Health.

All meetings will take place at noon on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive notice of upcoming events.

Date Speaker Topic Location
1/3/17 @ noon Keith Marsolo, PhD
Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's
FHIR, SMART, and Emerging Data Exchange Standards: Help or Hype? Part II S9.130
1/17/2017 @ noon Mark A. Carrozza, MA, and Michael Topmiller, PhD
HealthLandscape, American Academy of Family Physicians
HealthLandscape and Clinical Geospatial Analysis S5.125
2/7/17 @ noon Eric S. Hall, PhD
Division of Neonatology and Pulmonary Biology, Cincinnati Children's
Vital Statistics: Everything You Need to Know to Start Your Own Study Today S5.125
2/21/17 @ noon Brett Harnett, Associate Professor, Biomedical Informatics, University of Cincinnati and Parth Divekar, Sr. Database Administrator, Cincinnati Children's Clinical Data Requests and Warehousing: Tools, Approaches, and Solutions at Children’s and UC S5.125
3/7/17 @ noon To be announced S5.125
3/21/17 @ noon To be announced S5.125
4/4/17 @ noon Pieter-Jan (PJ) Van Camp and AJ Adeboye, Biomedical Informatics Graduate Students, University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Children's Visualizing Salience in Hospital Medicine Prescribers
and
Feedback at the Point of Care to Decrease Medication Alert Rates in an Electronic Health Record
S5.125
4/18/17 @ noon
Kevin Dufendach, MD, MS
Assistant Professor, Division of Neonatology and Pulmonary Biology, Cincinnati Children's
"How'd you do that?" – Techniques to introduce new EHR features S5.125
5/2/17 @ noon Stephen C. Porter, MD, MPH, MSc
Director, Division of Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children's
“Who talks, Who types, Who verifies, Who benefits”—information design for value-based clinical care S9.130
5/16/17 @ noon
Brett Kissela, MD  Professor of Neurology, University of Cincinnati
Yizhao Ni, PhD Instructor, Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's
From Data to Actionable Insights: Using Informatics to Improve Stroke Epidemiology Research
S5.125
5/23/17 @ noon CANCELED - Danny T. Y. Wu, PhD Assistant Professor, Biomedical Informatics, University of Cincinnati 
CANCELED S3.125

This new group will pull together researchers and students to focus on research topics in molecular biology, molecular modeling, proteins, and protein-protein interactions. Events will typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month at 11 am. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive email notices of upcoming events.

Date Speaker Topic Location
1/11/17 @ 11am Nathan Salomonis, PhD, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's Automating the Analysis of Thousands of Cells with Droplet Sequencing and AltAnalyze S7.125
2/8/17 @ 11am Rhett Kovall, PhD, Department of Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry & Microbiology, University of Cincinnati An Overview of How Structures are Solved by X-ray Crystallography S7.125
3/8/17 @ 11am Josh Benoit, PhD, Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati Integrative, Multi-faceted Studies of the Biology of Arthropod Disease Vectors S7.125
4/13/17 @ 11am Shanin Mohammadi, PhD- Computer Science and Computational Biology, Purdue University Take ACTION to characterize the functional identity of single cells S6.125
5/10/17 @ 11am Emily Miraldi, PhD- Assistant Professor, Division of Immunobiology, Cincinnati Children’s Matrix Decomposition in Transcriptional Regulatory Network Inference S7.125

Spring 2016 Events & Presentations

The BMI Speaker Series focuses on topics in biomedical and clinical informatics. All interested Cincinnati Children's and University of Cincinnati faculty, staff and students are welcome. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive email notices about upcoming events.

Previous Events:

Fri Jan 8, 11 am Nathan Salomonis, PhD

Assistant Professor, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's.

"Novel cardiomyopathy splicing defects revealed by isogenic modeling of human RBM20 mutations"
S10.130
Fri Jan 15, 11 am        Joshua Benoit, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati. “Combined genomic, transcriptomic, and physiological approaches to examine convergent aspects of insect matrotrophy”
S10.130
Fri Jan 22, 11 am    Roman Jandarov, PhD
 
Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati. "Challenges in analysis of health effects of multi-pollutant exposure in cohort studies"
S7.125
Fri Jan 29, 11 am Tesfaye Mersha, PhD

Assistant Professor, Asthma Research, Cincinnati Children's.  “Genomic Ancestry and Big Data in Disease Genomics”

S10.130
Fri Feb 5, 11 am Andrew F. Beck, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor, Division of Hospital Medicine, Cincinnati Children's. "Geographic analysis of data"
S10.130
Fri Feb 12, 11 am Joshua Courter, PharmD
Clinical Specialist, Pharmacy, Cincinnati Children's. "Shaping data into meaningful information: Metrics and insights for clinical outcomes"
S10.130
Fri Feb 19, 11 am Leah Kottyan, PhD
Assistant Professor, Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology, Cincinnati Children's. "Identifying the molecular mechanisms contributing to the genetic etiology of lupus"
S10.130

Fri Feb 26, 11 am

Krishna Roskin, PhD
Research Fellow, Stanford School of Medicine Department of Pathology. "Antibody repertoire features distinguish HIV broadly neutralizing, non-neutralizing, and uninfected subjects, and differ between males and females"
S6.125
Thur March 3, 2:30 pm Danny T. Y. Wu
PhD Candidate, University of Michigan School of Information. "Methods to facilitate capture, use, and reuse of structured and unstructured data"
UC Medical Sciences Building, Rm 7051
Fri Mar 4, 11 am Pamela Kimmel, MHA, RN
Director of Telehealth, UC Health. "UC Health: A systems approach to telehealth"
S10.130
Fri Mar 11, 11 am Lynn Lin, PhD
Assistant Professor, Penn State University. "Characterizing Antigen-specific T-cell Functional Diversity in Single-cell Expression Data"
S10.130 
Fri Mar 18, 11 am Alexey Porollo, PhD
Assistant Professor, Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology, Cincinnati Children's. "What can we learn from the co-evolving residues in proteins? Protein structure and function annotations using the coevolution analysis"
S10.130
Fri Mar 25, 11 am No Seminar
Holiday for the University of Cincinnati
 
Fri Apr 1, 11 am Daniel MacArthur, PhD

Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School and Associate Director of Medical and Population Genetics, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. "Large-scale genomic approaches to rare disease gene discovery"

S10.130
Mon Apr 4, 11 am      Lixing Yang, PhD
Research Associate, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School. "The landscape of somatic genome rearrangements in human cancers."
S10.130
Fri April 8, 11 am Zhe (Jay) Shan, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems, University of Cincinnati College of Business. "An Ontology-based Hierarchical Clustering Method for Textual Documents"

S10.130
Fri Apr 15, 11 am Bruce Aronow, PhD
Professor, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's. "Bioinformatics of molecular medicine"
S10.130
Wed April 20, 11 am     

Zheng Xia, PhD
Instructor, Baylor College of Medicine. "Computational Analysis of 3'UTR usages in human cancers from RNA-Seq"

S9.130
Fri Apr 22, 11 am   

Brian Raney, PhD

Genome Browser Engineer, Univ of California Santa Cruz Genome Browser. "The UCSC Genome Browser: Bells and Whistles"

S7.125
Fri Apr 29, 11 am Cynthia A. Prows, MSN
Genetics Clinical Nurse Specialist, Division of Human Genetics, Cincinnati Children's. "Development of a nimble and effective genomics clinical decision support template"
S10.130
Mon May 2 11 am Yuichi Motai, PhD
 Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering. "Data science and imaging informatics of precision medicine"
Medical Sciences Building Room 2351
Fri May 6, 11 am Marcus R. Breese, PhD
Staff Scientist, Bioinformatics. Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology/Oncology. "Integrative genomic analysis of pediatric sarcomas: Clinical applications and basic discovery"
S10.130
Fri May 13, 11 am Bradley Eilerman, MD, MHI, St. Elizabeth Healthcare and Len Testa, president, TouringPlans.com
"Path: A software decision support tool for the treatment of Type 2 diabetes"
S10.130
Fri May 20, 11 am Kakajan Komurov, PhD
Assistant Professor, Experimental Hematology and Cancer Biology, Cincinnati Children's. "Mining cancer genomes for mechanisms and vulnerabilities"
S10.130
Fri May 27, 11 am

Glen Coppersmith, PhD
 Founder and CEO, Qntfy. "The Data Age in Mental Health"

S7.125
Tues May 31, noon     Bennett Landman, PhD
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, Vanderbilt University. "Mining radiological archives with image processing to understand optic nerve disease"     
S9.130

These monthly presentations are targeted to help research faculty and staff at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati learn how to work with the Biomedical Informatics team to support research data needs. Each talk includes a case study from a researcher discussing project experiences and is followed by a forum discussion. 

Previous Events:

Date  Speaker Topic Location
Wed Sept 23, 10 am Greg Franseth, Gajra Arya, Brett Harnett Biomedical Informatics Services for Researchers: What We Can Do for You
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Thur Oct 15, 10 am John Stullenberger, Andy Rupert Jeremy Nix

Application Development: Custom Study Management Tools
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Thur Nov 12, 10 am Andy Rupert  Custom Software Development for Research: When Your Needs Go Beyond Standard Tools
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Wed Dec 16, 10 am Prakash Velayutham, Nathan Salomonis Genomic Analysis and High Performance Cluster Computing
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S1.204

Thur Jan 21, 10 am

Don Moore, Natalie Reno

Your Research is Safe With Us: Data and Software Hosting Through BMI
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Thur Feb 18, 10 am Nathan Salomonis Tools for Researchers: AltAnalyze for Microarray, RNA-Seq and Metabolomics Analysis
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Wed Mar 16, 10 am Artem Barski, PhD

Analysis of ChIP-Seq and RNA-Seq data in Biowardrobe
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Wed Apr 20, 10 am James Morgan  CANCELLED
Biobanking Software System S1.204
Mon May 9, 10 am      Eric Schloss and Jason Butler, Department of Information Services Moving research data from your H: drive to OneDrive: Restrictions and concerns      S1.203
Thur May 19, 10 am Ron Bryson & Team

Introduction to Data Services
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Join us! Let's work together to use electronic health records and other data sources for research and improving patient care. These working meetings will focus on sharing information and improving current projects, manuscripts, and grants in progress. Meetings are open to all interested parties from Cincinnati Children's, the University of Cincinnati, and UC Health.

All meetings will take place at noon on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Subscribe to our listserv to receive notice of upcoming events. Dates and room locations are as follows:

Speaker
Date Room Time
Peter White, PhD
Director, Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's and UC 
Tues Jan 5 D2.40 Noon
Brett Harnett
Director, UC Center for Health Informatics
"UC TriNetX: A Self-Service Patient Cohort Identification Trial"
Tues Jan 19 S5.125 Noon
Phil Hagedorn, MD
 Instructor, Division of Hospital Medicine
"Informatics Residency Program"
Tues Feb 2 S5.125 Noon
Brian Connolly, PhD
Research Associate, Div of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's
"More than words: Transcribing psychiatric Interviews"
Tues Feb 16 T8.334 Noon
Yiye Zhang
PhD Candidate, Carnegie Mellon University
"Paving the cowpath: Innovation in healthcare management through data-driven decision making"
Tues Mar 1 S9.130 Noon
Frank Fernandez, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Cincinnati
"Implementation of the SEP-1 Sepsis core measure"
Tues Mar 15 S5.125 Noon
Benjamin Glass

Application Developer, Pestian Lab
"Turning a predictive model for epilepsy surgery candidacy into EHR decision support"

Tues Apr 5 S5.125 Noon

Matthew Leonard
Data Warehouse Analyst, Div of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's
"ICD-10: History and challenges in reporting from Epic Clarity" 

Tues Apr 19 S5.125 Noon
Ken Bailey
Manager, Business Intelligence at UC Health
"UC Health Business Intelligence Framework" 
Tues May 3 S3.125 Noon
Dong-Gil Ko, Associate Professor and Zhe Shan, Assistant Professor, UC College of Business, Dept of Operations & Business Analytics
"Improving patient satisfaction: View from the patients through user-generated online physician reviews"
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Tues May 17 S5.125 Noon

SPEAKER SERIES TO RESUME AUG 16 AFTER SUMMER HIATUS

Tues Aug 16 S5.125 Noon