Applications for the Post-Baccalaureate Program are due by Febuary 28, 2017.
The Biomedical Informatics Research Training (BIRT) fellows are heading to The Ohio State University June 27th the June 28th for the annual NLM conference. The following students will be presenting at the conference:
Justin Rousseau - Plenary Session
Scott Kallgren - Focus Session
Joe Kossowsky - Open Mic Session
Mujeeb Basit - Open Mic Session
Mark Homer - Poster Session
Paul Varghese - Poster Session
For more information about registration, lodging, and the full agenda, please click here.
BIRT Fellows mark Homer, Scott Kallgren, and Jia Wang attended the 2016 AMIA Joint Summits on Translation Science Conference in San Francisco, California March 21st through 24th.
Mark Homer Presented the talk, "The Drug Data to Knowledge Pipeline: Large-Scale Claims Data Classification for Pharmacologic Insight", on Thursday, March 24th at the 1:30PM Scientific Session.
The masters programs at Harvard Medical School came together on March 7th, 2016 to present work from each program. The following Biomedical Informatics students presented:
Mark Homer, PhD, "Predicting Accidental Falls in People Aged 65 Years and Older"
Adel El Boueiz, MD, "Clinical and genetic characteristics of emphysema distribution subtypes identified by unsupervised learning analysis"
Justin Rousseau, MD, "Documented Data in Provider Notes at Time of Image Order Entry"
Both current and former BIRT students will come together at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) conference in San Francisco, California, from November 13th through November 18th.
To learn more about this event, please click here.
The Harvard Medical School Master's programs attended the Annual Master's Welcome Breakfast with the Dean for Graduate Education, David Golan, MD, PhD, on September 21, 2015 at 7:30 AM in the Waterhouse Room of Gordon Hall.
The 2015 National Library of Medicine Informatics Training Conference will be held on June 23 and 24 at the National Institutes for Health in Bethesda, Maryland. The conference features plenary, focus, poster, and open-mic sessions.
The AMIA Joint Summits of Translational Science will be in San Francisco, March 23-27, 2015. The conference, held at the Park 55 hotel, will feature a summit on Translational Bioinformatics as well as a summit on Clinical Research Informatics.
The Fellows will be attending the AMIA Annual Symposium November 15-19, 2014 in Washington, DC. The symposium, held at the Washington Hilton, will feature keynote speaker Dr. Amy Abernathy.
Master of Medical Sciences welcome breakfast will be held September 22, 2014 in the Waterhouse Room of Gordon Hall. Students will have breakfast with the Dean for Graduate Education, David Golan, MD, PhD, the MMSc program directors and their fellow MMSc students.
The 2014 NLM Informatics Training Conference will be held at the University of Pittsburgh, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from June 17-18. All BIRT fellows attend this annual conference, which "bring[s] the participants in the informatics program together to showcase their work, to evaluate the full scope of current work in the field, and to meet their peers."
Our Master of Medical Sciences in Biomedical Informatics graduation was held at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Tuesday May 27th, 2014. Marking the completion of a two year, postdoctoral course of study with concentrations in Clinical Informatics, Population Health Informatics, Bioinformatics, and Imaging Informatics for eight of our students.
The TBI and CRI Summits are the premier forums for interacting with leaders in informatics at the interface of biology and health care.
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