• March 23-27, San Francisco

    2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science

2015 CRI Poster Session 2 and Reception

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

Thursday, March 26 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Design and Implementation of NYC-CDRN Informatics Infrastructure:
A Preliminary Report

R. Belenkaya, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; T. Campion, Weill Cornell Medical College; T. Bloom, New York Genome Center; C. Weng, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons; R. Chandras, New York University Langone Medical Center; T. Check, Healthix; G. Hripcsak, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons; R. Kaushal, Weill Cornell Medical College; P. Mirhaji, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

CliNER: A Lightweight Tool for Clinical Named Entity Recognition
W. Boag, K. Wacome, UMass Lowell; T. Naumann, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A. Rumshisky, UMass Lowell/Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Implementing a Distributed Network to Share Electronic Health Record Data for Surveillance and Research: Colorado Health Observation Regional Data Service (CHORDS)
J. Bondy, Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute; E. McCormick, Denver Public Health; T. Wade, National Jewish Health; B. Doyle, University of Colorado Cancer Center; D. Tabano, J. Steiner, Kaiser Permanente Colorado; M. Kahn, Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute; A. Davidson, Denver Public Health

A Comparative Evaluation of Open Source Data Quality Tools
T. Callahan, M. Kahn, University of Colorado Denver

An Image Phenotyping Infrastructure for Clinical Research
B. Chapman, W. Liu, University of Utah

Expressing Research Data from Multiple Interconnected REDCap Projects in i2b2
J. Craig, K. Reilly, J. Oates, D. Kamen, J. Obeid, Medical University of South Carolina

Automated Diabetes Surveillance Using Natural Language Processing and Artificial Neural Networks
M. Crosskey, E. Pfaff, J. Klein, UNC Chapel Hill; V. Zhong, E. Mayer-Davis, UNC Chapel Hill/Gillings School of Public Health

RexMart: Empowering Analysts to Configure Research Data Marts to Improve End-user Data Exploration
F. Farach, O. McGettrick, A. Mesa, L. Rozenblit, Prometheus Research

Leveraging Technology to Assist in Management of Diabetic Conditions
K. Feldman, S. Li, University of Notre Dame; W. Mikels-Carrasco, Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science & Applications (iCeNSA); M. Kricheff, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center; N. Chawla, Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science & Applications (iCeNSA)

Data Validation Systems - An Unmet Need for National Patient Safety Indicator Reporting
M. Fennessy, The Ohio State University; M. Bethel, A. Lorenz, T. Latimer, L. Yahle-Dunbar, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center; S. Moffatt-Bruce, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center/The Ohio State University

Making Work Visible in Systems for Enterprise-wide Research Activities
C. Ganoe, S. Thompson, S. Punjasthitkul, A. Das, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Patient Care Snapshot: An Automated Integrated Patient Care Tool
L. Goldstein, J. Kilburn, L. Rouse, R. Ottesen, J. Mortimer, J. Niland, City of Hope

A Population Level Adherence Model for Diabetes
T. Gupta, E. Manigandan, G. Soto-Campos, S. Narayanan, ConvergeHEALTH by Deloitte; E. Scheufele, ConvergeHEALTH by Deloitte/Harvard University; J. Kohler, ConvergeHEALTH by Deloitte

Patient Centered Ontology Development for a Personal Health Information System
C. Hempelmann, Texas A&M University- Commerce; V. Gurupur, University of Central Florida; U. Sakoglu, Texas A&M University- Commerce

Predicting Length of Hospital Stay Using the Polarity of Nursing Statements
E. Jeon, H. Park, Y. Kim, Y. Min, Seoul National University

Automated Discovery of Keywords for Clinical Event Extraction to Facilitate Patient Timeline Creation from Clinic Notes
A. Kahn, University of Washington; E. Silgard, P. Fearn, L. McFerrin, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Using a Sociotechnical Approach with Stakeholder for Formative Evaluation of an NLP System
M. Kalsy, University of Utah; N. Kelly, VA Health Care System; M. Goldstein, VA Palo Alto Health Care System/Stanford University; J. Garvin, VA Health Care System/University of Utah

A Stacked Ensemble for Medical Concept Extraction from Clinical Notes
Y. Kim, E. Riloff, University of Utah

Characterizing Cost of Chronic Conditions  Using Clinical Measurement Guidelines and Administrative Data for Optimizing Population Health Efforts
B. Kite, R. Foraker, M. Kelley, The Ohio State University; G. Gascon, The Ohio State University Health Plan; A. Shoben, The Ohio State University

Using Electronic Health Records to Predict Therapeutic Warfarin Dose
E. Lantz, J. Weiss, D. Page, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J. Schmelzer, R. Berg, S. Yale, A. Miller, J. Burmester, Marshfield Clinic

Extending Clinical Research Informatics to Health System Quality Improvement: Using i2b2 & R for Population Health Management
V. Leonardo, D. Connolly, University of Kansas Medical Center; A. Bokov, University of Texas Health Science Center; T. McMahon, University of Kansas Medical Center; E. Al-hihi, University of Kansas Physicians; R. Waitman, University of Kansas Medical Center

Emergency Department Visit Risk Modeling Based on Claims Data and Clinical Notes
M. Li, C. Kaskiris, R. Jakka, Y. Liu, The Advisory Board Company

Learning Semantic Tags from Big Data for Clinical Text Representation
Y. Li, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

Investigating Rare Clinical Events Using EMR Data: Turning Case Reports into Case Series
D. Maslove, S. Montague, Queen's University; T. Podchiyska, Stanford University; N. Downing, C. Longhurst, Stanford University School of Medicine; J. Lee, University of Waterloo

Synthesizing Clinical Trials for Evidence-based Medicine:  A Representation of Empirical and Hypothetical Causal Relations
N. Matiasz, A. Silva, W. Hsu, UCLA

Ontology of the Craniofacial Musculoskeletal System
J. Mejino, L. Detwiler, J. Brinkley, University of Washington

Automatic Extraction of Pediatric Acute Appendicitis Treatment Devices from Diagnostic Imaging Reports in a Multi-institutional Clinical Repository
S. Meystre, A. Khalifa, R. Gouripeddi, University of Utah; S. Rangel, Children’s Hospital

Analyzing Technology’s Impact in Childhood Obesity Interventions
W. Mikels-Carrasco, K. Feldman, K. Ghazi, University of Notre Dame; M. Shekhar, IIT Gandhinagar; M. Duarte, N. Chawla, University of Notre Dame

Leveraging Electronic Personal Health Records to Engage Patients with Implantable Cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) Monitoring Data
M. Mirro, Parkview Health System/Indiana University; T. Toscos, C. Daley, R. Plant, Parkview Health System

Pre-eclampsia Pathway: A Comprehensive Knowledge Repository of Genomic Variants, Signaling Molecules, Exposures, and Phenotypes in Pre-eclampsia for Translational Research
S. Mizuno, S. Ogishima, H. Nishigori, Tohoku University; H. Tanaka, Tokyo Medical and Dental University; N. Yaegashi, J. Nakaya, Tohoku university

RECRUIT: Roadmap to Enhance Clinical Trial Recruitment Using Information Technology
T. Motiwala, S. Raje, P. Payne, The Ohio State University

Interchangeable Data Using i2b2
S. Murphy, Partners Healthcare/Harvard Medical School; J. Klann, Partners Healthcare; K. Mandl, Harvard Medical School

Determinants of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in Hospitalized Older Adults- A Baseline Risk Prediction Model
V. Nilakantan, Aurora Health Care; R. Kate, C. Cho, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; D. Mazumdar, Milwaukee Kidney Associates; R. Perez, Aurora Health Care

Using Standard Nomenclature to Identify the Microbiology Laboratory Tests from ‘Other Lab Test’ Data
X. Pan, J. Cimino, National Library of Medicine/NIH Clinical Center

Conceptual Knowledge Discovery in Databases for Drug Combination Predictions in Malignant Melanoma
K. Regan, S. Raje, C. Kothari, P. Payne, The Ohio State University

A Chart Review System for the Validation of Computable Phenotypes in Diabetes
R. Richesson, P. Barth, C. Nelson, W. Bisanar, K. Pereira, M. Mabrey, S. Rusincovitch, S. Spratt, Duke University

A Survey of Clinicians' Literature Reading Preferences
B. Ru, L. Yao, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Pragmatic Data Domain Selection for a National Distributed Research Network: The PCORnet Common Data Model Strategy
S. Rusincovitch, Duke Translational Medicine Institute; A. Kho, Northwestern University Departments of Medicine and Preventive Medicine; J. Puro, OCHIN, Inc.; D. Meeker, RAND Corporation; P. Rivera, OCHIN, Inc.; A. Sorensen, Temple University School of Medicine; L. Curtis, Duke University School of Medicine

Collecting Pain Information from Hospital Patients
B. Ryan, Columbia University Medical Center; V. Tiase, New-York Presbyterian Hospital; J. Prey, D. Vawdrey, Columbia University Medical Center

UNITY – A Responsive and Flexible Rapid Deployment Patient-data Management System
M. Sakauye, D. Stabenow, E. Villa, UTHSC-ORNL Center for Biomedical Informatics; E. Kuscu, S. Diddi, L. Richmond, R. Jose, R. Davis, I. Brooks, UTHSC-ORNL Center for Biomedical Informatics

Visual Semantic Eligibility Criteria Authoring and Cohort Exploration
A. Shah, S. Achuthan, W. Zhu, J. Meng, S. Bolisetty, City of Hope National Medical Center

Usage of Scalar Adjectives in Eligibility Criteria and Clinical Notes
C. Shivade, M. de Marneffe, E. Fosler-Lussier, A. Lai, The Ohio State University

Automated Query Translation for End Users via Integrated Data Access
A. Sicular, C. Weng, Columbia University

A Proof of Concept for Modeling Patient Journeys Using Cross-sectional Data - Application to Diabetes Progression
A. Sidhu, P. Gandhi, T. Gupta, S. Shahdadpuri, G. Soto-Campos, ConvergeHealth by Deloitte

UDPICS: A Workflow Based Collaborative Translational Research Information System
M. Sincan, National Institutes of Dental and Craniofacial Research/National Institutes of Health; A. Links, E. Lee, D. Draper, J. Guzman, National Institutes of Health; V. Lebedev, M. Didenko, RuRo Inc.; D. Adams, C. Boerkoel, W. Gahl, National Institutes of Health

Visualizing the Local Experience: HIV Data to Care Tool
L. Snyder, D. McEwen, M. Thrun, A. Davidson, Denver Public Health

Who Moved My “T”? - An Exploration of the Evolving Definition of Translational Research
J. Starren, Northwestern University/Feinberg School of Medicine

A Research Informatics Strategy for Translational Discovery in Psychiatry
J. Strauss, J. Knight, M. Chakravarty, N. Potapova, S. Tischler, S. Dickens, T. Rankin, D. Rotenberg, D. Jankowicz, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Bridging the Natural Language Processing Gap: An Interactive Clinical Text Review Tool
G. Trivedi, P. Pham, University of Pittsburgh; W. Chapman, University of Utah; R. Hwa, J. Wiebe, H. Hochheiser, University of Pittsburgh

A Workflow Application for Secure Management of Clinical Data Requests
M. Velez, K. Natarajan, D. Vawdrey, Columbia University

Automating Computation of Adenoma Detection Rate
K. Wagholikar, N. Crews, H. Liu, S. Kane, Mayo Clinic

Characterizing Common Features of Recipe Management and Recommender Systems in Mobile Applications
D. Walker, M. Murtaugh, G. Luo, University of Utah

Identification Rate of Patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Using Structured Data in an Electronic Health Record
T. Walunas, K. Jackson, A. Chung, K. Mancera-Cuevas, R. Ramsey-Goldman, A. Kho, Northwestern University

Temporal Identification of Type 2 Diabetes Using Structured Data from an Electronic Health Record
B. Wells, A. Milinovich, K. Pantalone, C. Yu, J. Bauman, Cleveland Clinic

Text Annotation of Serious Adverse Event Reports for Identification of Clinical Trial Endpoints
M. Williams, R. Pridgen, M. Wilson, B. McCourt, Duke University

Modeling Trajectories for Diabetes Complications
P. Yadav, L. Pruinelli, A. Hangsleben, S. Dey, K. Hauwiller, B. Westra, C. Delaney, V. Kumar, M. Steinbach, G. Simon, University of Minnesota

Correspondence of Topic Models and MeSH Terms for PubMed Abstracts
Z. Yu, E. Bernstam, T. Cohen, T. Johnson, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston