STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Translational bioinformatics and clinical research informatics are the informatics domains that support translational research in the context of human health and disease, and touch nearly all areas of biological, biomedical, and clinical research. Translational bioinformatics includes innovative methods and discoveries applied to biologic data, with special focus on human application, including personalized medicine. Clinical research informatics focuses on innovations related to the management of information related to clinical trials and includes informatics related to secondary research use of clinical data.
Each year the landscapes of translational bioinformatics and clinical research informatics experience significant growth and rapid change. The Joint Summits provide a venue for scientists and professionals to learn about the latest developments in research informatics from academia, industry and government and to consider new collaborations that may contribute to future advances in the fields. In addition, the 2016 Joint Summits include an implementation track of sessions, focusing on operationalizing informatics tools and support models to support local and global research.
The target audience for this live activity includes:
- Clinical and translational investigators with an interest in biomedical informatics as it applies to clinical and translational research
- Sponsors and managers of research institutions and programs
- Bioinformaticians, statistical geneticists, and molecular biologists with interests in informatics applied to clinical research (i.e., research on human subjects or material/data of human origin)
- Biomedical and health informatics researchers, faculty, and students
- Community health advocates and those working to advance community-based research
- Computer scientists and system developers
- Computational biologists with interests in human disease
- Government officials and policy makers concerned with health, healthcare, and biomedical and translational research
- Health information and knowledge management professionals
- Health IT industry professionals and consultants
- Industry representatives related to clinical research and translational research
- Staff members and researchers implementing the informatics components of Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA)
- Standards developers
- Designers and developers of EHRs
- Developers and sponsors of patient registries
After participating in this live activity, the learner should be better able to:
- Describe state-of-the-art informatics approaches, theories, and methods relevant to clinical and translational science
- Apply the latest findings from research and development of informatics applications to support clinical and translational biomedical research
- Consider possible frameworks for assessing and deploying clinical research informatics initiatives
- Interact with professionals engaged in clinical and translational science, including clinical and translational investigators, computational biologists, genomics researchers, statistical geneticists, clinical informaticians, public health informaticians, and those involved with clinical and research IT policy and regulatory issues
- Explore research-related issues emerging from national and international clinical and translational research informatics initiatives
And, in addition, for the Informatics Implementation Track:
- Define why and how informatics-focused roles matter in CTSA/CTSI programs
- Implement more effective operational leadership practices in the clinical research enterprise through practically-focused direct and interactive learning methods
- Develop and adopt best practices for streamlining and improving regulatory processes, clinical trial protocols, study costs, patient recruitment, and data collection and management
- Create and sustain multidisciplinary collaborations in the biomedical research community to expand access to diverse expertise, sophisticated technologies, and unique tools and resources
The American Medical Informatics Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT
The American Medical Informatics Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
CRITERIA FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
Completion of this live activity is demonstrated by attendance at accredited sessions, completion of the evaluation survey sent post-activity in a separate email, and verification of attendance through the participant’s electronic report of sessions attended through the individual login at www.amia.org. The physician participant will be able to generate a CME certificate through the AMIA automated system. Nurses will receive a CE certificate via email one month after the Joint Summits.
CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR NURSES
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Maryland Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Activity Approval Code: A15-49-0321-0210
Approved Contact Hours: 24
Deadline for claiming credit for this activity: April 24, 2016
Nurse Planner for this activity: Bonnie Westra, PhD, RN, FACMI, Associate Professor, School of Nursing and Director, Center for Nursing Informatics, University of Minnesota
Bonnie Westra has disclosed that neither she nor her life partner has relevant financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests.
No commercial support was received for this activity.
Faculty and their affiliations are noted for each presentation.
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Disclosures for all planners and presenters will be made in advance of the activity in person and at www.amia.org/jointsummits2016/cme
The following Scientific Program Committee members of the 2016 Joint Summits on Translational Science disclose that neither they nor their life partners have relevant financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests:
Nick Anderson; Sherry Cao; Daniel Capurro; David Eichmann; Kate Fultz Hollis; Davera Gabriel; Kelly Grindrod; Vojtech Huser; Denise Hynes; Maricel Kann; Bernie Lasalle; Jason Moore; Sorena Nadaf; Radhakrishnan Nagarajan; Jihad Obeid; Peggy Peissig; Dipti Ranganathan; Marylyn Ritchie; Robert Schuff; Kari Stephens; Nicholas Tatonetti; Shyam Visweswaran; Russ Waitman; Bonnie Westra; Rong Xu
The following Scientific Program Committee members of the 2016 Joint Summits on Translational Science disclose that they and/or their life partners have the following relevant financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests:
Paul Harris: Other Financial or Material Support: nPhase
Subha Madhavan: Consultant: Perthera
Zhongming Zhao; Consultant: Takeda Pharmaceuticals International Co.; Grants/Research Support: AstraZeneca
The following presenters of the 2016 Joint Summits on Translational Science disclose that neither they nor their life partners have relevant financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests:
Zach Abrams; Srisairam Achuthan; Vibhu Agarwal; Dvir Aran; Neil Bahroos; Lisa Bastarache; Simina Boca; Mary Regina Boland; Tamara Box; Anca Bucur; Mariusz Butkiewicz; Manuel Cabrera; Xiaoshu Cai; Michael Cantor; Robert Carroll; Jonathan Chen; Youngduck Choi; Arlene Chung; Christel Daniel; Sharon Davis; Murthy Devarakonda; Danielle Dodd; Ravikumar Komandur Elayavilli; Hossein Estiri; Hua Fan-Minogue; Andrew Felcher; Alex Felmeister; Joseph Finkelstein; Robert Freimuth; Geneviève Galarneau; J. Michael Gaziano; Richard Gershon; Rachel Gold; Benjamin Goldstein; Travis Goodwin; Denis Griffis; Daniel Harris; Shan He; Bret Heale; Rachel Hodos; James Hoffman; Kate Fultz Hollis; Mark Homer; Kun Huang; Siddhartha Jonnalagadda; Uri Kartoun; Pradeeban Kathiravelu; Rosemary Kennedy; Jacqueline Kirby; Jacqueline Kirby; Jeffrey Klann; Taneya Koonce; Linda Lander; Zach Landis-Lewis; Leslie Lenert; Haiqing Li; Sujun Li; Lang Li; Chen Liang; Sijia Liu; Tal Lorberbaum; Mitchell Lunn; Mark Maienschein-Cline; Subramani Mani; Patrick Mathias; James McClay; Clement McDonald; Reed McEwan; Christiana McMahon; Saeed Mehrabi; Kanika Mittal; Huan Mo; Tasneem Motiwala; Tasneem Motiwala; Panduka Nagahawatte; Radhakrishnan Nagarajan; Justin Norden; David Odgers; Edison Ong; Jeffrey Pennington; Fernanda Polubriaginof; Sarah Poole; Vlad Popovici; Andrew Post; Eric Prud’hommeaux; Lisiane Pruinelli; Ting Qian; Preethi Raghavan; Satyajeet Raje; Douglas Redd; Lyubov Remennik; Jiwen Ren; Nicole Restrepo; Joseph Romano; Shelley Rusincovitch; Byron Ruth; Stanislaw Saganowski; Satya Sahoo; Richard Scheines; Robert Schuff; Michael Semanik; Fatih Sen; Ning Shang; Vivekanand Sharma; Ida Sim; Marina Sirota; Michelle Smerek; Harold Solbrig; Justin Starren; Zhaonan Sun; Jessica Tenenbaum; William Thompson; William Thompson; Geoffrey Tso; Jonathan Von Stein; Daryl Waggot; Kavishwar Wagholikar; Yan Wang; Lichang Wang; Wei Wei; Chunhua Weng; Bonnie Westra; Laura Wiley; Marc Williams; Kevin Wilson; Wen-wai Yim; Kun-Hsing Yu; W. Zheng; Weizhong Zhu; Weizhong Zhu; Weizhong Zhu; Michael Zimmermann; Meredith Zozus.
The following presenters of the 2016 Joint Summits on Translational Science disclose that they and/or their life partners have the following relevant financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests:
Russ Altman: Grants/Research Support: Pfizer; Consultant: Pfizer; Consultant: Personalis Inc; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Personalis Inc; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased):23andme
Atul Butte: Grants/Research Support: NIH, Northrop Grumman; Consultant: NuMedii, Personalis, Carmenta, Roche, Pathway Genetics, WSGR; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): NuMedii, Personalis, Illumina; Honorarium: Roche, Pfizer, Genentech
Zhaohui Cai: Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Celgene
Wendy Chung: Consultant: BioReference Laboratories
Lesley Curtis: Grants/Research Support: GSK; Grants/Research Support: Gilead; Grants/Research Support: Novartis; Honorarium: Amgen
Peter Embi: Other Financial or Material Support: Signet Accel
Deborah Estrin: Pfizer; Grants/Research Support
Carol Friedman: Consultant: Health Fidelity
Paul Harris: Other Financial or Material Support: nPhase
David Haussler: Advisor; Stock shareholder: Five3 Genomics
Mark Hoffman: Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Cerner Corporation
Abel Kho: Other Financial or Material Support: Health DataLink LLC
Sancy Leachman: Honorarium: Myriad Genetics Laboratory ±MSAB; Honorarium: Castle Biosciences ±MSAB
Subha Madhavan: Consultant: Perthera
Dermot McGovern: Consultant: Janssen, Merck, UCB
Leslie McIntosh: Other Financial or Material Support: SafeT, Inc; Other Financial or Material Support: Asteris, llc
Shawn Murphy: Consultant; TriNetX
Larry Ozeran: Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Informed Health Technologies, Inc.
Philip Payne: Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Signet Accel LLC; Consultant: Signet Accel LLC; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Signet Innovations; Consultant: Signet Innovations; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased):Aver Informatics; Other Financial or Material Support: Philips Healthcare
Luke Rasmussen: Consultant: Bedside Intelligence, LLC
Leon Rozenblit: Other Financial or Material Support: Prometheus Research, LLC
Zhongming Zhao: Consultant: Takeda Pharmaceuticals International Co.; Grants/Research Support: AstraZeneca
The following peer reviewers of the 2016 Joint Summits on Translational Science disclose that neither they nor their life partners have financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests:
Oliver Aalami; Aaron Abend; Sara Abram; Zach Abrams; Srisairam Achuthan; Terrence Adam; Naveed Afzal; Monika Ahuja; Neda Alipanah; Jonas Almeida; Ingrid Anderson; Paul Anderson; Robert Annechiarico; Dvir Aran; Elliot Arsoniadis; Theodoros Arvanitis; Steven Asch; Deven Atnoor; Neil Bahroos; Charles Bailey; Suzanne Bakken; Michael Bales; Yvan Bamps; Melissa Basford; Leigh Baumgart; Sary Beidas; Andrew Berry; Suresh Bhavnani; Krithika Bhuvaneshwar; Yingtao Bi; Jiang Bian; Simina Boca; Olivier Bodenreider; Mary Regina Boland; David Borland; Richard Boyce; Florian Braun; Bruce Bray; Matthew Breitenstein; Caitlin Brennan; Stephanie Brinson; Piotr Brodka; Ian Brooks; Taylor Brooks; Aaron Browne; Joanna Brownstein; Anca Bucur; Leigh Burgess; Jonathan Burlison; Mariusz Butkiewicz; Binghuang Cai; Xiaoshu Cai; Thomas Campion; Julian Candia; Michael Cantor; Robert Carroll; Brian Chapman; Bjoern Chapuy; Guocai Chen; Jonathan Chen; Xi Chen; Yang Chen; Tianlong Chen; Yukun Chen; Yu Cheng; Morris Chukhman; Arlene Chung; James Cimino; Marc Ciriello; Alexander Cobian; Anne Cocos; Trevor Cohen; Mike Conway; Paul Courtney; Dana Crawford; Robert Cronin; Vasa Curcin; Arianna Dagliati; Christel Daniel; Amar Das; Dipanwita Dasgupta; Virginia Dato; Robert Davis; Sharon Davis; Michele Day; Roger Day; Roger Day; Carrie Daymont; Sulalith De Abrew Rajapakse; Brendan Delaney; Lea Deleris; Dina Demner-Fushman; Spiros Denaxas; Kristof De Schepper; Deendayal Dinakarpandian; Son Doan; Janice Donahoe; Xiao Dong; Moira Dowling; Jingcheng Du; Jon Duke; Michel Dumontier; Ines Dutra; Todd Edwards; Ehsan Emadzadeh; Deger Erdil; Hossein Estiri; Julio Facelli; Kristin Fallon-Hanley; Hua Fan-Minogue; Claudiu Farcas; Paul Fearn; Keith Feldman; Alex Felmeister; Qiping Feng; Todd Ferris; Daniel Fort; Eric Fosler-Lussier; Scott Fox; Robert Freimuth; GeneviÃ¨ve Galarneau; Blanca Gallego; Craig Ganoe; Kyungsook Gartrell; Jennifer Garvin; Gregg Gascon; Carmelo Gaudioso; Yaorong Ge; Nophar Geifman; Mary Gerkovich; Satyender Goel; Rachel Gold; Benjamin Goldstein; Mary Goldstein; Oksana Gologorskaya; Travis Goodwin; Geoffrey Gordon; Assaf Gottlieb; Ramkiran Gouripeddi; Nikhil Goyal; Stephen Granite; Varadraj Gurupur; Melissa Habrat; Peter Haddad; Dexter Hadley; Cyrine Haidar; Eric Hall; Josh Hanna; Kevin Hanson; Sanda Harabagiu; Shuko Harada; Gary Hardiman; Jeremy Harper; Saeed Hassanpour; Shan He; Yongqun He; Zhe He; Bret Heale; Courtney Hebert; Karl Helmer; Ricardo Henao; Tina Hernandez-Boussard; Susan Hmwe; Nicole Hobbs; Harry Hochheiser; James Hoffman; John Holmes; Mark Homer; Gregory Hruby; Alexander Hsieh; William Hsu; Zhen Hu; Kun Huang; Jacob Hughey; Carolyn Hutter; Ray Hylock; Khaled Iskandarani; Rebecca Jacobson; Alexandra Jacunski; Anil Jegga; Xiaoqian Jiang; Charles Jochim; Siddhartha Jonnalagadda; Rony Jose; Chethan Jujjavarapu; Hyunggu Jung; Jae-Yoon Jung; Scott Kahn; Gunnur Karakurt; Amol Karmarkar; Uri Kartoun; Rohit Kate; Ramakanth Kavuluru; Georgina Kennedy; Shameer Khader; Mohammed Khalilia; Ritu Khare; Hossein Khiabanian; Richard Kiefer; Min Kim; Youngsam Kim; Eizen Kimura; Bobbie Kite; Jeffrey Klann; Julianna Kohler; Ravikumar Komandur Elayavilli; Jejo Koola; Vassilis Koutkias; Hye-Chung Kum; Raina Kumar; Suresh Kumar; Joseph Kunisch; Tsung-Ting Kuo; Fabricio Kury; Finn Kuusisto; Sofiane Lahouar; David Larson; Brandyn Lau; Stanley Laulederkind; Tiffany Leung; Dingcheng Li; Haiqing Li; Haiquan Li; Haoran Li; Lang Li; Xiang Li; Chen Liang; Sarah Lim Choi Keung; Ivan Limongelli; Michael Lin; Jie Liu; Mei Liu; Sijia Liu; Yuzhe Liu; Guillermo Lopez Campos; Carlos Lopez-Jimenez; Tal Lorberbaum; Darcy Louzao; Yingqin Luo; Zhongjun Luo; Chen Ma; Sisi Ma; Douglas Macfadden; Ebony Madden; Mohcine Madkour; Donna Maglott; Ramon Maldonado; Bradley Malin; Subramani Mani; Joseph Markowitz; Keith Marsolo; Kristin Martinez; Bradley May; James McClay; Lisa McFerrin; Peter McGarvey; Mark McGilchrist; Saeed Mehrabi; Brittany Melton; Huan Mo; Soheil Moosavinasab; Abu Mosa; Tasneem Motiwala; Panduka Nagahawatte; Satoshi Nagaie; Venkateswara Nagisetty; Hari Krishna Nandigam; Scott Nelson; Lisa Nesbitt; Antoine Neuraz; Anika Oellrich; Edison Ong; Michal Ozery-Flato; Hyojung Paik; Xuequn Pan; David Parrish; Naama Parush; Jagadeesh Patchala; Vimla Patel; Jyotishman Pathak; Timothy Patrick; Filip Pattyn; Siddharth Patwardhan; Siddharth Patwardhan; Aleksandra Pavlovic; Jeffrey Pennington; Alexandre Peshansky; Lori Phillips; Tanya Podchiyska; Ari Pollack; Andrew Post; Vijay Prajapati; Priyanka Priyanka; Lisiane Pruinelli; Travis Ptacek; Preethi Raghavan; Kalpana Raja; Naveen Raja; Satyajeet Raje; Majid Rastegar-Mojarad; Kourosh Ravvaz; Douglas Redd; Kelly Regan; Gianluigi Reni; Katja Reuter; Bryn Rhodes; Marc Rigas; Thomas Rindflesch; Pedro Rivera; Joseph Romano; Ruichen Rong; Robert Rooney; Boshu Ru; Alexander Rusanov; Shelley Rusincovitch; Beatriz Ryan; Euijung Ryu; U. Zak Sakoglu; Hojjat Salmasian; Sharlini Sankaran; Hasan Sapci; Jonathan Schaffer; Lisa Schilling; Jodi Schneider; Christian Seebode; Ajay Shah; Ning Shang; Ganesh Shankar; Ashish Sharma; Vivekanand Sharma; Lingling Shen; Jianlin Shi; Kazuro Shimokawa; Mary Shimoyama; Dmitriy Shin; Soo-Yong Shin; Chaitanya Shivade; Varun Singh; Jamie Skipper; Craig Smail; Damian Smedley; Joshua Smith; Rajinder Sobti; Sunghwan Sohn; Anthony Solomonides; Dezhao Song; Gerardo Soto-Campos; Yassine Souilmi; Ergin Soysal; John Speakman; Stuart Speedie; Justin Starren; Ilona Stashko; Richard Stroup; Hang Su; Wu-Chen Su; Zhaonan Sun; Maja Tarailo-Graovac; Adel Taweel; Bradley Taylor; William Thompson; Victoria Tiase; Yi-Ju Tseng; Geoffrey Tso; Levon Utidjian; Douglas Varner; Karin Verspoor; Teeradache Viangteeravat; Cynthia Vitale; Kavishwar Wagholikar; Anita Walden; Theresa Walunas; Chao Wang; Chen Wang; Jinhua Wang; Lu Wang; Shuang Wang; Yan Wang; Yanshan Wang; Jeremy Warner; Phillip Warner; Peter Weeke; Wei Wei; Charlene Weir; Nicole Weiskopf; Jeremy Weiss; Brian Wells; Jingran Wen; Vivian West; Erika Whittier; Laura Wiley; Ken Wiley, Jr.; Kevin Wilson; Tamara Winden; Matthew Wyatt; Qun Xiang; Wei Xu; Kailin Yang; Sheng Yang; Lixia Yao; Fei Ye; Zhan Ye (Harold); Po-Yin Yen; Wen-wai Yim; Zhiguo Yu; Jiawei Yuan; Hao Zhang; Ping Zhang; Rui Zhang; Yuji Zhang; Yongan Zhao; Hua Zheng; Mu Zhou; Weizhong Zhu; Maryan Zirkle; Meredith Zozus
The following peer reviewers of the 2016 Joint Summits on Translational Science disclose that they and/or their life partners have the following relevant financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests:
Tara Borlawsky; Other Financial or Material Support: Signet Accel LLC; Consultant: Philips Healthcare; Consultant: Geisinger Health System; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Aver, Inc
Andrew Boyd; Speaker Bureau: Medical Economics
Atul Butte; Grants/Research Support: NIH, Northrop Grumman; Honorarium: Roche, Pfizer, Genentech; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): NuMedii, Personalis, Illumina; Consultant: NuMedii, Personalis, Carmenta, Roche, Pathway Genetics, WSGR,
Roy Byrd; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): IBM; Other Financial or Material Support: IBM
Zhaohui Cai; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Celgene
Anirvan Chatterjee; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Abbot; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Roche
Andre Dekker; Consultant: Varian Medical Systems; Honorarium: Varian Medical Systems; Grants/Research Support: Varian Medical Systems
Rohit Divekar; Other Financial or Material Support: Google.com; Grants/Research Support: Mayo Clinic
Peter Embi; Other Financial or Material Support: Signet Accel
Frank Farach; Other Financial or Material Support: Prometheus Research, LLC
Carol Friedman; Consultant: Health Fidelity
William Hammond; Consultant: ONC SDC
David Hanauer; Other Financial or Material Support: University of Michigan
Jonathan Hirsch; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Syapse; Other Financial or Material Support: Syapse
Joyce Ho; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Accordion Health
Mark Hoffman; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Cerner Corporation
Dean Karavite; Consultant: Core Human Factors
Mia Levy; Consultant: GenomOncology; Consultant: Personalis, Inc; Grants/Research Support: GenomOncology
Peter Li; Other Financial or Material Support: Precision Bioinformatics LLC
Shannon Manzi; Consultant: Claritas Genomics
Genevieve Melton; Other Financial or Material Support: St. Jude Medical (spouse employee)
Barry Moore; Consultant: Omicia, Inc.
Alexander Morgan; Consultant: DigiSight; Other Financial or Material Support: Khosla Ventures; Other Financial or Material Support: Personalis; Other Financial or Material Support: Carmenta Biosciences
Luke Rasmussen; Consultant: Bedside Intelligence, LLC
Elisabeth Scheufele; Consultant: ConvergeHealth by Deloitte
Matthew Scotch; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Amgen; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Procter & Gamble; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Pfizer Inc.; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Halyard Health Inc.; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Johnson & Johnson
Steven Steinhubl; Grants/Research Support: Janssen Pharmaceuticals; Consultant: FocusMotion; Consultant: Bridgecrest Medical; Consultant: DynoSense; Consultant: Vantage mHealthcare
Timothy Sweeney; Consultant: Multerra Biosciences
Robert Taylor; Other Financial or Material Support: I am currently working with a commercial company (nPhase) reviewing commercialization potential for REDCap to serve for-profit customers.
David Walend; Other Financial or Material Support: Children's Garden Pediatrics
Brandon Welch; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): ItRunsInMyFamily.com; Stock Shareholder (directly purchased): Doxy.me
All following AMIA staff involved with content development of the 2016 Joint Summits on Translational Science disclose that neither they nor their life partners have relevant financial relationships with ACCME- defined commercial interests:
Dasha Cohen; Doug Fridsma; Pesha Rubinstein; Wanda Sheridan; Jeff Williamson