• March 23-27, San Francisco

    2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science

2015 CRI Poster Session 1 and Reception

Posters are listed in alphabetical order by first author.
(Not eligible for CME/CE)

Wednesday, March 25 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

From Patient Powered Network to Clinical Registry: A Stepwise Approach to Building a National Registry for Autoimmune Disease
A. Abend, V. Ladd, American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, Inc; N. Rose, Johns Hopkins University

Clinically Actionable MicroRNA Expression Profiling for Cancer Diagnostics and Therapeutic Planning
Z. Abrams, J. Markowitz , W. Carson , P. Payne, The Ohio State University

Quantifying Ambiguous Terms in Clinical Text
V. Agarwal, N. Shah, Stanford University

Informatics Synergies between PaTH and ACT Networks
W. Amin, C. Borromeo, M. Saul, M. Becich, S. Visweswaran, University of Pittsburgh

An Advanced SPARQL-based Search Tool to Facilitate the Discovery of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) Lines Developed at the New York Stem Cell Foundation
B. Bahl, R. Pearse, D. Bourges-Waldegg, S. Cheng, Harvard Medical School

Development of a National Distributed Research Network Data Infrastructure: Design of the PCORnet Common Data Model
J. Brown, Harvard Medical School/Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute; S. Rusincovitch, Duke Translational Medicine Institute; A. Kho, Northwestern University; K. Marsolo, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center; L. Curtis, Duke University School of Medicine

An Implementation Process for Customized Research Databases across the Enterprise
T. Campion, S. Johnson, J. Leonard, Weill Cornell Medical College; L. Rozenblit, Prometheus Research; J. Weiser, S. Flores, C. Cole, Weill Cornell Medical College

Representing Microbiology Laboratory Results, Including Susceptibility and Sensitivity Findings with i2b2 Compatible Ontologies
S. Chandaka, R. Horvat, W. El Atrouni, M. Antoun, M. Hoag, R. Waitman, University of Kansas Medical Center

Taking Credit where Credit is Due: Identifying Scientific Publications that Derive from Use of the NIH’s Biomedical Translational Research Information System (BTRIS)
J. Cimino, E. Ayres, L. Remennick, V. Huser, National Institutes of Health

Performing Risk Assessment for Asthma Exacerbation from Patient EHR Data
A. Cobian, University of Wisconsin - Madison; T. Guilbert, Cincinnati Children's Hospital & Medical Center; L. Hanrahan, M. Craven, University of Wisconsin

Simplifying the Use of Pharmacogenomics in Clinical Practice: Implementation of the Genomic Prescribing System
K. Danahey, S. Volchenboum, M. Ratain, P. O'Donnell, University of Chicago

Adapting Temporal Event Sequence Visualizations to Create Dataset Overviews for Continuous Temporal EHR Data: The Impact of Data Transformation
J. Diaz-Garelli, E. Bernstam, T. Johnson, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Federating Research Profiling Data
D. Eichmann, University of Iowa; E. Meeks, University of California, San Francisco

Opti-Nizer: A Prototype Smart System for Ophthalmologists
H. Fan Minogue, Stanford University School of Medicine; M. Torres, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; S. Blair, Stanford University

A Method for Validation of Clinical Datasets
D. Fort, Columbia University; A. Wilcox, Intermountain Healthcare; C. Weng, Columbia University

Meta-path-based Semantic Network Analysis for Link Predictions in Chemical and Biological Network
G. Fu, National Institute of Health; Y. Ding, Indiana University; B. Chen, Stanford University; Y. Sun, Northeastern University; E. Bolton, National Institute of Health

Factors Affecting Nurses’ Use of Electronic Personal Health Records for Their Own Health Management
K. Gartrell, National Institutes of Health; A. Trinkoff, C. Storr, M. Wilson, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing; K. Charters, Defense Health Agency; A. Gurses, Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality/Johns Hopkins Medicine

Abstractor: Centralized Assisted Chart Abstraction
M. Gurley, Y. Bushmanova, Northwestern University/Northwestern Medicine; W. Kibbe, Northwestern University/National Cancer Institute/Northwestern Medicine; P. Nannapaneni, N. Sisterson, J. Raizer, J. Chandler, T. Simuni, P. Kulesza, Northwestern Medicine; J. Starren, Northwestern University/Northwestern Medicine

Embedding QR Code in Mobile Apps for Medication Adherence to Enhance Usability and Data Flow
S. He, S. Thornton, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah

Design and Evaluation of Team Builder – Funding Opportunities to Proposals
A. Helsley, R. Dennis, M. Zachariah, D. Bell, UCLA

NHGRI’s Clinical and Medical Informatics Portfolio: Integrating Bytes, Base Pairs, and Bedside
L. Hindorff, A. Lee, K. Wiley, Jr., C. Hutter, H. Junkins, R. Li, E. Madden, E. Ramos, H. Sofia, A. Wise, T. Manolio, National Human Genome Research Institute/National Institutes of Health

Uncovering Medication Usage Patterns of Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome via Nonnegative Tensor Factorization
J. Ho, University of Texas at Austin; J. Lin, B. Gurbaxani, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; J. Sun, Georgia Institute of Technology; J. Ghosh, University of Texas at Austin

Quality Monitoring Made Easy for Colonoscopy: Using Boolean Searches on Indexed Natural Language Processing
T. Imler, Indiana University/Regenstrief Institute; C. Beesley, C. Hilton, J. Duke, Regenstrief Institute

Mining Drug-drug Interaction Patterns from Linked Clinical Data: A Case Study for Warfarin, Clopidogrel, and Simvastatin
R. Kiefer, C. Chute, J. Pathak, Mayo Clinic

Self-organizing Maps to Improve Risk Prediction in Hepatorenal Syndrome
J. Koola, M. Matheny, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System/Department of Veterans Affairs/Vanderbilt University

Processing Data from MIMIC-II to Study the Use of Heparin in Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
F. Kury, D. Demner-Fushman, F. Callaghan, J. Cimino, National Library of Medicine

A Research Data Infrastructure Proposal for the Ontario Child Health Patient Oriented Research Support Unit
T. Lacaze-Masmonteil, University of Ottawa/Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute; L. Nesbitt, M. Pluscauskas, Y. Kamil, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute; C. Macarthur, M. Offringa, The Hospital for Sick Children/University of Toronto; M. Osmond, University of Ottawa/Childrens Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute

Profiling Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and their Families Using a National Medical Claims Database
G. Liu, L. Kong, Penn State College of Medicine

Decomposition of Chest CT Images into Component Organ Systems
W. Liu, S. Schulthies, University of Utah; D. Chen, National Library of Medicine; B. Chapman, University of Utah

A Continuous Time, Multivariate Model to Simulate Type 2 Diabetes Patients Trajectories
S. Marini, A. Dagliati, R. Bellazzi, University of Pavia

TRANSFoRm Connectivity Infrastructure to Embed eCRFs into EHR Systems
M. McGilchrist, University of Dundee; V. Curcin, King's College London; J. Ethier, Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale; T. Arvanitis, University of Warwick; B. Delaney, King's College London

Medical Apps’ Benefits, Issues, and Future Directions
K. Menzies, J. Moultrie, University of Cambridge

A Case Study of Translational Research from a Specific Data Model to a Standard Data Model
M. Michel, R. Croci, D. Ludwig, V. Rayanker, B. Karki, University of California San Francisco; M. Khayter, Ephir; D. Torok, OMOP; D. Berman, University of California San Francisco

Developing Informatics Infrastructure to Enable Data-driven Stroke Research at MU
A. Mosa, S. Frey, J. Parker, University of Missouri

Does the Digital Definition of Disease Affect Healthcare Outcomes?: The Case of Diabetes Mellitus
M. Murray, Regenstrief Institute/Purdue University; S. Li, Indiana University; A. Roberts, E. Teal, Regenstrief Institute

MUDDIS: A MUlti-dimensional Semantic Integrative Approach to Comparing
Genes for Knowledge DIScovery

M. Panahiazar, Mayo Clinic

Implementing an i2b2 Medication Ontology Using the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) Classification System and RxNorm
A. Patel, University of California, Los Angeles; D. Gabriel, University of California, Davis; D. Ludwig, University of California, San Francisco; P. Paul, W. Zhu, University of California, San Diego; R. Pablo, L. Dahm, University of California, Irvine; M. Ali, T. Nagler, University of California, Davis; D. Bell, University of California, Los Angeles

Feasibility of Automatically Presenting Lay-friendly Database Metadata
A. Peabody, C. Hebert, K. Kent, C. Ma, J. Ding, T. Borlawsky, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Searching for ‘Normal’: Learning Reference Intervals from Lab Data
S. Poole, N. Shah, Stanford University

Profiling Phenotyping Data Differences between Care Settings
S. Rea, Intermountain Healthcare; K. Bailey, C. Wood-Wentz, Mayo Clinic

Establishing Trust in Data Integration Projects Using Dependency Graph and Data Provenance Techniques
B. Ruth, J. Pennington, A. Masino, A. Browne, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Guidelines for the Development of an Integrated, Multidisciplinary, Multicenter Research Institute: A Cardio-oncology Use Case
E. Sandberg, Information Builders, Inc./University of Minnesota; S. Kataria, University of Minnesota

Framework for Establishing Data Interoperability between Clinical Research Applications
S. Shahdadpuri, P. Gandhi, R. Sobti, P. Biswas, Deloitte

Identify Documentation of Delirium of Clinical Notes through Topic Modeling and Keyword Search
Y. Shao, N. Estrada, C. Weir, Q. Zeng-Treitler, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System/University of Utah

CTP-jBPM: An Enhanced Clinical Trial Processor
J. Shi, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; J. Carr, Vanderbilt University; Y. Ge, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Supplementing Service Line Classification with Natural Language Processing
E. Silgard, P. Fearn, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; A. Mohedano, S. Hammond, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Leveraging the UMLS Metathesaurus® for Computable Phenotype Curation
M. Smerek, A. Heath, Duke Clinical Research Institute; P. Barth, Duke University Health System; S. Rusincovitch, Duke Translational Medicine Institute; W. Gilbert, Duke University Health System

A Predictive Model for Hospital Length of Stay Using Inpatient Claims Data
G. Soto-Campos, S. Narayanan, E. Manigandan, T. Gupta, J. Kohler, E. Scheufele, ConvergeHealth by Deloitte

Extracting Social History and Functional Status from Veterans Affairs Clinical Documents
B. South, D. Mowery, University of Utah/VA Salt Lake City Health Care System; M. Tharp, University of Utah; M. Carter, A. Gundlapalli, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System; M. Vali, San Francisco VA Medical Center; M. Conway, University of Utah; S. Keyhani, San Francisco VA Medical Center; W. Chapman, University of Utah/VA Salt Lake City Health Care System

Applying a Standard Data Warehouse Star Schema to Multiple Immunologic Assays in an Integrated Data Portal
J. Stofel, A. Spies, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; M. Bellew, LabKey Software; P. Hoover, Artefact; S. Self, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Identifying Patient Weight Changes in Medical Records
J. Strauss, J. Kennedy, A. Kennedy, CAMH

ResearchDoc: Lessons Learned in the Development of Tools for Clinical Research Data Capture and Analysis
D. Taylor, M. Ebert, J. Gagner, K. Wagner, E. Potrich, Intermountain Healthcare; P. Haug, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah

Predicting Risk of ICU Transfer, Intubation, or Death for Pediatric Asthma, RSV, and Pneumonia Patients by Mining Data in Electronic Medical Records Using Machine-learning Techniques
T. Viangteeravat, R. Davis, I. Brooks, University of Tennessee Health Science Center; V. Nagisetty, Children’s Foundation Research Institute/Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital

Unsupervised Induction of Domain-specific Semantic Frames from Operative Notes for Surgical Clinical Research
Y. Wang, S. Pakhomov, G. Melton, University of Minnesota

Facilitating the Review Process of Patients in a Clinical Data Repository
N. Wattanasin, M. Mendis, J. Donahoe, Partners HealthCare; K. Mandl, I. Kohane, Boston Children's Hospital; S. Murphy, Massachusetts General Hospital

Visualization of the Health Care Visualization Literature
V. West, Duke University; D. Borland, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; D. West, East Carolina University; W. Hammond, Duke University

Automated Extraction of Vascular Findings from Computed Tomographic Angiogram (CTA) Reports
Q. Xiang, A. Chopra, J. Modrall, M. Knowles, R. Valentine, J. Chung, UT Southwestern Medical Center

A Semi-automatic Method for Generating Ontology of the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events
Y. Zhen, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; J. Wu, L. Yuan, Duke University Medical Center; Y. Ge, University of North Carolina at Charlotte