• April 7 - 11, San Francisco

    2014 Joint Summits on Translational Science

2014 Joint Summits Awards

Visit the AMIA Knowledge Center at knowledge.amia.org to read the winning papers and complete proceedings for the Summit on Translational Bioinformatics and Summit on Clinical Research Informatics.

Marco Ramoni Distinguished Paper Award for Translational Bioinformatics

New Genetic Variants Improve Personalized Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Jie Liu

tranSMART: An Open Source Knowledge Management and High Content Data Analytics Platform
Elisabeth Scheufele

Adapting a Natural Language Processing Tool to Facilitate Clinical Trial Curation for Personalized Cancer Therapy
Jia Zeng

Towards Personalized Medicine: Leveraging Patient Similarity and Drug Similarity Analytics
Ping Zhang

Distinguished Clinical Research Informatics Paper Award

Sponsored by the The Ohio State University Department of Biomedical Informatics

Simplifying Complex Clinical Element Models to Encourage Adoption
Robert Freimuth

Use of RxNorm and NDF-RT to normalize and characterize participant-reported medications in an i2b2-based research repository 
Colette Blach

Standard-based EHR-enabled applications for clinical research and patient safety: CDISC – IHE QRPH – EHR4CR & SALUS collaboration
Christel Daniel

Visualizing and Evaluating the Growth of Multi-Institutional Collaboration Based on Research Network Analysis
Jake Luo

Enhancing Electronic Health Records to Support Clinical Research
David Vawdrey

Student Paper Award – NEW for 2014!

Automated Physician Order Recommendations and Outcome Predictions by Data-Mining Electronic Medical Records
Jonathan Chen, Stanford University Hospital

Modeling Clinical Context: Rediscovering the Social History and Evaluating Language from the Clinic to the Wards
Colin Walsh, Columbia University

Considerations for Using Research Data to Verify Clinical Data Accuracy
Daniel Fort, Columbia University

How essential are unstructured clinical narratives and information fusion to clinical trial recruitment?
Preethi Raghavan, The Ohio State University

Longitudinal Analysis of New Information Types in Clinical Notes
Rui Zhang, University of Minnesota