Thank you all for coming to the 2018 DBMI Graduation party. Congratulations to the DBMI 2018 graduates! We wish you all the best in the adventures that lie ahead!
Congratulations Professor Raul Rabadan who has been awarded a Philip A. Sharp Innovation in Collaboration award from Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C), a group established by film and media leaders to fund cancer research projects that have the potential to quickly deliver new therapies to patients. Dr. Rabadan has received the award jointly with collaborator Dan A. Landau, MD, PhD, of Weill Cornell Medicine. Click here for more detail news
When: Tuesday, May 22nd: 8:00PM
Venue: Online via web conference
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Congratulations to NLM fellow Jovana Pavisic and mentor Andrea Califano, along with PI Julia Glade-Bender for their $2,500,000 first-ever Hyundai Hope on Wheels Quantum Collaboration Award to find new cures for pediatric osteosarcoma. It is a multi-institutional translational study with computational methods to find master regulators and potential therapies and then verify via mouse models.
Congratulations to Patrick Ryan for winning the inaugural Healthcare Innovations Award from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Reagan-Udall Foundation. It is for his influence in the development of regulatory policy to improve public health and his contributions to the advancement in the analytic framework for observational research, embodied in OHDSI and OMOP.
We are happy to see that four DBMI alumni were elected to the American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI) this year (that is 4 out of 17):
• Michael F. Chiang, MD, MSc, Oregon Health & Science University
• David R. Kaufman, PhD, Arizona State University
• Michael Krauthammer, MD, PhD, Yale University
• Li Zhou, MD, PhD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Harvard Medical School
Congratulations to Chunhua Weng, who has renewed her NLM-funded R01 research entitled “Bridging the semantic gap between clinical research eligibility criteria and clinical data.” This project aims to develop novel informatics methods to optimize clinical research participant selection.
DBMI faculty members Sue Bakken, George Hripcsak, Vimla Patel, Ted Shortliffe and Jim Cimino have been elected in the first class of the International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics (IAHSI), established to recognize living leaders in health informatics worldwide, by the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA). Congratulations!