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GW and Children’s National Joint Informatics Seminar Series

In collaboration with Children’s National Medical Center, GW Biomedical Informatics Center hosts a monthly seminar at the Foggy Bottom campus. These seminars are free to attend and open to all GW students, faculty, and staff. If you are unable to attend in person, the seminars are also made available as a webinar.

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Previous Seminars


January 2023

“How Did Veterans Fare Over the COVID-19 Pandemic? The Role of Health Equity and Access to Care”
Christos Makridis, PhD

February 2023

“Artificial Intelligence for Children with Rare Diseases”
Marius Linguraru, D. Phil., M.A., M.Sc.

March 2023

Ontologies/Terminologies and NLP in Information Retrieval: A Symbiotic Relationship
Vipina K. Keloth, PhD

April 2023

Age as a Mechanism of Racial Bias in Mortality Prediction Models
Amol Navathe, MD, PhD

June 2023

CFPNet-M: A Lightweight Encoder-Decoder Based Network for Multimodal Biomedical Image Real-Time Segmentation
Ange Lou 

Alzheimer's Disease (Part 1)
Edward Zamrini, PhD

August 2023

"Older adult drug overdose: An application of latent class analysis to identify prevention opportunities"
Alexander Lundberg, PhD

Alzheimer's Disease (Part 2)
Edward Zamrini, PhD

September 2023

"AI in cardiovascular imaging: Translating to clinical practice"
Himanshu Gupta, MD, FACC

October 2023

The Hope Institute System Partnership and Strategic Framework for Preventing and Reducing Harms and Death from Suicidality
Allen Tien, MD, MHS

May 2017

“Adventures in HealthFacts”
Stuart Nelson, MD, FACP, FACMI

February 2017

“A Turn of a Phrase Folds into Fields OR The Magic Behind Clinical Natural Language Processing for Epidemiological Studies, Surveillance and Quality Metrics”
Guy Divita, MS

December 2016

“Adherence Pattern, Health Care Utilization, and Virologic Outcomes among Treatment-Naive Veteran Patients with HIV-1 Infection”
Yan Cheng, PhD

October 2016

“Cerner HealthFacts: Leveraging Healthcare Data”
Hiroki Morizono, PhD

September 2016

“Computational Approaches for Biodiversity Informatics”
Keith Crandall, PhD