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All seminars are archived on the SBMI Seminar Archive page.
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|SBMI SEMINAR SCHEDULE|
|Sept. 1||Robert Murphy||UT Health Intelligence Platform (UT-HIP)|
|Sept. 8||Sahiti Myneni||Towards sustainable digital health ecosystem: convergence of social computing, mHealth and human factors|
|Sept. 15||Christoph Lehmann||International Status of Medical Informatics|
|Sept. 22||Jia Zeng||Utilizing Informatics in Precision Oncology Decision Support|
|Sept. 29||Laila Bekhet||Towards implementable deep learning based predictive models|
|Oct. 6||Ang Li||Optimizing Cancer Associated Thrombosis Research through Clinical Informatics & EpidemiologyD|
|Oct. 13||Pora Kim||FusionGDB 2.0, fusion gene annotation update aided by deep learning|
|Oct. 20||Tongtong Huang / Ivan Coronado||Drug adverse event prediction using knowledge graph / Towards Stroke Biomarkers on Fundus Retinal Imaging|
|Oct. 27||Yuqi Si||Deep Representation Learning to Enhance Clinical Narrative Understanding|
|Nov. 3||Yanfei Wang||Approach to characterize disease progression|
|Nov. 10||Sarah May||Predicting risk of HIV infection using EHR data|
|Nov. 17||Jingqi Wang / Xinyuan Zhang||Medical concept normalization on clinical text / TBA|
|Nov. 24||Thanksgiving Break|
|Dec. 1||Zak Kohane||Learning how to unravel complex disease using phenome-wide scans + genomics: Autism Case History|
|Dec. 8||Neil Abernathy||How informatics accelerated the COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials|