|Date||Presenter||Department||Title & Abstract||Reading||Slides & Questions|
|27 September||Julia Salzman||Stanford Biomedical Data Science||Statistical algorithms towards precision genomics||Freeman et al 2017 Hsieh et al 2017 Zhang et al 2017||Class Intro Slides Salzman-Slides Salzman-Questions|
|4 October||Daniel Rubin||Stanford Radiology||Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Imaging||Rapid-Learning System for Cancer Care Best Care at Lower Cost||Rubin-Slides Rubin-Questions|
|11 October||Mary Goldstein||Chief, Medical Service VA Palo Alto Health Care System||Patient-Specific Clinical Decision Support for Physicians, and other Health Care Team Members, using Electronic Health Record Data||Automating Performance Measures and Clinical Practice Guidelines: Differences and Complementarities Automating Guidelines for Clinical Decision Support: Knowledge Engineering and Implementation||Goldstein-Slides Goldstein-Questions|
|18 October||Jennifer Frankovich||Stanford Pediatrics Rheumatology||How an MD can use informatics to improve clinical care|
|25 October||Robert Shafer||Stanford Infectious Diseases|
|1 November||Curtis Langlotz||Stanford Radiology & Biomedical Informatics||“Medical ImageNet” and other strategies to develop machine learning methods for clinical image analysis||ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge (Russakovsky et al.); Information extraction from multi-institutional radiology reports (Hassanpour et al.); Optional: What I Learned from Competing Against a ConvNet on ImageNet (Karpathy)|
|8 November||Trevor Hastie||Stanford Statistics and Biomedical Data Science||Principal Components for Sparse and Irregularly Sampled Functional Data||Principal component models for sparse functional data (2001)|
|15 November||Tomer Altman||Whole Biome|
|22 November||No Class. Happy Thanksgiving!|
|29 November||Manuel Rivas||Stanford Biomedical Data Science|
|6 December||Rob Tibshirani||Stanford Biomedical Data Science, Statistics|
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