|9/29/10, Note special lecture time: 11-12||Russ Altman||Biomedical Informatics, Bioengineering, Genetics||Informatics methods for predicting genes involved in drug response||Hansen et al, Clin Pharm Therapeut 2009Ashley et al, Lancet 2010|
|10/6/10||Daniel Rubin||Biomedical Informatics, Medicine - Radiology||Imaging Informatics for Decision Support and to Assess Treatment Response to Cancer||Yankeelov et al, 2009|
|10/13/09||Amar Das||Biomedical Informatics, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences||Computational Phenomics, Knowledge Engineering and the Future of Psychiatry||Freimer Sabatti Nature Genetics 2003|
|10/20/10||Atul Butte||Biomedical Informatics, Pediatrics||Exploring Genomic Medicine Through Translational Bioinformatics||Translational bioinformatics: coming of age Translational bioinformatics applications in genome medicine|
|10/27/10||Henry Lowe||Biomedical Informatics, Director CTSA Translational Informatics||The Electronic Health Record - Success or Failure? An Evidence-Based Overview||lowe-bmi205-readings.pdf|
|11/3/10||Mark Musen||Biomedical Informatics||The making of ICD11||tudorache_musen_icd11.pdf|
|11/10/10||Mary Goldstein||Medicine, Health Research & Policy, VA Palo Alto Health Care||Real-Time Knowledge-Based Clinical Decision Support||Goldstein et al, JAMIA 2004, Goldstein Hypertension Reports 2008|
|11/17/10||Rong Chen||Biomedical Informatics||Disease risk assessment of personal genome sequence||Ashley et al, Lancet 2010|
|11/24/10||Thanksgiving - no class|
|12/1/10||Euan Ashley||Cardiovascular Medicine||Genetic medicine in a highly parallel world||Ashley et al, Lancet 2010|
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