|Date||Presenter||Department||Topic||Links to References|
|3/31/10||Michael G. Walker||Biomedical Informatics, Walker Bioscience||How statistical design of experiments can speed up biomedical research||DOE Presentation|
|4/7/10||Carol Cain||Kaiser Permanente||Health IT and quality improvement at Kaiser Permanente|
|4/14/10||Serafim Batzoglou||Computer Science||When will everybody be sequenced?||Individual Genomes on the Horizon Exome sequencing makes medical genomics a reality|
|4/21/10||Bob Shafer||Medicine - Infectious Diseases & Pathology||A Public HIV Drug Resistance Database: Informing basic science, clinical, and epidemiologic investigations||Genotypic predictors of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 drug resistance Drug Resistance Mutations for Surveillance of Transmitted HIV-1 Drug-Resistance Predictive Value of HIV-1 Genotypic Resistance Test Interpretation Algorithms The Fight of His Life|
|4/28/10||Joel Dudley||Biomedical Informatics||The How and Why of Being a Bioinformatics Ninja in the Age of Personal Genomics||A quick guide for developing effective bioinformatics programming skills|
|5/5/10||Gill Bejerano||Developmental Biology & Computer Science||GREAT.stanford.edu: a novel approach for the interpretation of ChIP-Seq peaks and similar datasets||GREAT improves functional interpretation of cis-regulatory regions|
|5/12/10||Hanlee Ji||Medicine - Oncology||Designing and interrogating subsets of a human oligoexome|
|5/19/10||David Paik||Biomedical Informatics, Medicine - Radiology||Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers|
|5/26/10||Chris Longhurst||Medicine - General Pediatrics, Medical Director of Clinical Informatics at LPCH||Impact of CPOE implementations on inpatient mortality||Unexpected Mortality Increase After CPOE Implementationv (Han, 12-2005) No Mortality Increase With CPOE Implementation (Del Beccaro, 7-2006) Decrease in Mortality after CPOE (Longhurst, 5-2010)|
|6/02/10||Daniel Rubin||Biomedical Informatics, Medicine - Radiology||Imaging Informatics for Decision Support and to Assess Treatment Response to Cancer||Yankeelov et al, 2009 Rubin et al, Ch. 27 rubin-ieeeintelsys-2009.pdf|
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