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.
The seminar is free and open to the public. It also functions as a class called Biomedical Informatics 206.
|03-Apr||LK120||Steve Bagley & Alejandro Schuler||Stanford University||Anatomy of U.S. Healthcare|
|10-Apr||LK120||Kevin Haas||Director Bioinformatics,
|Has sequencing become commoditized? (Hint: No.)|
|17-Apr||LK120||David Vivero||Co-founder and CEO,
|Need for A Single Source of Truth|
|24-Apr||LK120||Deanna Church||Senior Director of Applications,
|Truthiness in data: how data bias impacts discovery|
|01-May||LK120||Dale Webster, Jonathan Krause||Software Engineers,
||Machine Learning with Medical Data at Google|
|08-May||LK120||Justin Guinney|| Director, Computational Oncology,
|Tearing down silos: open science and data sharing in practice|
|The New World of Tech VCs in Biotech|
|22-May||LK120||David Heckerman||Chief Data Scientist,
Human Longevity, Inc.
|AI in healthcare could use a little less data and a little more expertise|
|05-Jun||LK120||Patrick Ryan||Sr. Director and Head, Epidemiology Analytics
Janssen Research and Development
|The expanding role of observational health data science and informatics in the pharmaceutical industry|