BMI 205: Biomedical Informatics for Medicine

  • Location: Alway M114
  • Time: Wednesdays 12:00-1:00, lunch will be provided

Schedule, Spring 2009

Date Presenter Department Topic Links to References
4/1/09Michael G. WalkerBiomedical InformaticsDevelopment of A Multigene Assay to Predict Recurrence of Breast Cancer NEJM, 2004
4/8/09Gill Bejerano Developmental Biology & Computer Science Ultraconservation and the Human Genome regulatory landscape
4/15/09Rong Chen Biomedical Informatics Biomarker Discovery from Public Gene Expression Data
4/22/09Ron DavisBiochemistry & Genetics & The Genome Technology Center A Talk on New Measurement Technologies
4/29/09David MiklosMedicine, Blood and Marrow TransplantationImmunogenomics: Discovering Allogeneic Antigens with Integrated Bioinformatics
5/6/09Carol Cain Kaiser Permanente Quality Improvement Research at Kaiser Permanente’s Care Management Institute Silvestre, et al. Health Affairs, March/April 2009; Chen, et alia. Health Affairs, March/April 2009
5/13/09Joel Dudley Biomedical Informatics Tips and Tricks for Software Engineering in Biomedical Informatics Slides With Links
5/20/09Bob ShaferMedicine - Infectious Diseases & Pathology Biomedical Informatics Challenges in the Treatment of Chronic Viral Infections "Fight of His Life" from IP Law and Business
5/27/09Balasubramanian NarasimhanStatistics Two projects involving Bioinformatics and Statistics
6/03/09Alan Garber Medicine, HRP, Economics Estimating the Savings from Comparative Effectiveness Research


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The only requirement for this seminar is weekly attendance. If you are unable to attend, the seminars are videotaped, but you will have to complete a short written assignment and answer questions based on the content of the seminar.


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