Monthly Archives: September 2013

Reading Between the Lines is a Reality with Text Mining

Your search term is “Dole”. Do you mean Bob Dole? Dole Pineapple? Or being “on the dole?” How do search engines recognize the meaning of terms and how can that capability be leveraged in medical research and practice?  Complex algorithms … Continue reading

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Added to my calendar: 2nd Annual Biomedical Informatics Symposium at Georgetown University

I am excited to be attending this Symposium for the first time. The 2nd annual Biomedical Informatics Symposium hosted by the Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics at Georgetown will showcase exciting advances in the fields of genomics/systems medicine and clinical research informatics, … Continue reading

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Added to my calendar: MGUH Nursing Practice Council meetings

At the invitation of Angela Hollandsworth, Head of the MGUH Nursing Practice Council and Mary-Michael Brown, VP of Nursing Practice Innovation for MedStar Health, I participated in the Medstar Nursing Practice Council Meeting held in Columbia, MD this August. I … Continue reading

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