Effective management, modeling, acquisition and mining of biomedical information has become a crucial and strategic arm of today's healthcare and biotechnology companies. This seminar series explores the approaches to information management adopted by industry leaders. Speakers are invited to share their experience and insights into providing (and working with) health information for consumers, clinicians and researchers. Learn more
The seminar is free and open to the public. It also functions as a class called Biomedical Informatics 206.
|Time: Mondays from 12:15-1:05 pm
Location: Li Ka Shing Center (map)
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Enrolled Students: Students can enroll in the seminar as Biomedin 206 via Axess
Course Schedule 2015:
|30-Mar||LK130||Nigam Shah &
|Stanford University||Anatomy of U.S. Healthcare|
|6-Apr||LK130||Julia Bernstein &
Google Life Sciences, Google [X]
|The Baseline Study|
|20-Apr||LK101||Rachel Kalmar||Data Scientist
|27-Apr||LK101||George Asimenos||Director of Science
|Analyzing thousands of exomes and genomes in the cloud|
|4-May||LK130||Paul Wallace|| Chief Medical Officer
|11-May||LK101||Patrick Ryan||Sr. Director, Epidemiology Analytics
Johnson & Johnson R&D
|What does 'Big Data' REALLY mean in the pharmaceutical industry?|
|18-May||LK101||Jianying Hu||Principal Research Manager
IBM Healthcare Analytics
|Data-Driven Healthcare Analytics||1-Jun||M114||Stephane Budel||Partner
|Opportunities for Data-Driven Disruption in Life Sciences|
Send questions to nikesh at stanford dot edu or nigam at stanford dot edu.