BIRT Fellows attended the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Informatics Training Conference in San Diego, California

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
DBMI News

BIRT Fellows attended and presented work at the annual NLM Informatics Training Conference held at UC San Diego over June 5-6, 2017.

 Presentations from the Harvard Medical School BIRT Fellows included:

NLM San Diego photo

Pictured from left to right: Romeo Laroya, Wenyu Song, Peter Kerpedjiev, John Torous, Frank Pandolfe, Jia Wang, Edwin Reyes. 

Presentations from the Harvard Medical School BIRT Fellows included:

  • Bryce Allen presented poster “Characterization and Predictive Attributes of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients with High Risk of Becoming High-Cost Healthcare Users”
  •  Marion Riggs presented poster “Chromatin Accessibility Profiling in Human Cell Models for Neuropsychiatric Illness”
  •  Frank Pandolfe presented “Architecting a Centralized, Patient-Facing Outpatient Medication List” on June 6th at Open Mic Session X2: Healthcare and Public Health Informatics.
  •  Hossein Estiri presented “DQe: An Open Source Interoperable Toolkit to Evaluate EHR Data Quality” on June 6th at Open Mic Session X2: Healthcare and Public Health Informatics.
  •  Arjun Manrai presented “The Precarious Wisdom of Communal Science” on June 6th at Plenary Session 3.
  •  John Torous presented “Digital Phenotyping in Schizophrenia: Preliminary Analysis of data from the SMART Study” on Tuesday, June 6th at Focus Session B2.