Why should you attend the Joint Summits? Here is what our Program Chairs have to say:
Jason Moore, PhD, FACMI, 2017 Joint Summits on Translational Bioinformatics Chair
The 2017 Joint Summits on Translational Science is the only event of its kind that specifically fosters interactions between three informatics communities: translational bioinformatics, clinical research informatics and informatics implementation. Attendees will be exposed to state-of-the-art informatics research and methods with the opportunity to discuss timely challenges with experts across these three disciplines.
Peggy Peissig, PhD, MBA, 2017 Joint Summits on Clinical Research Informatics Chair
The field of Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) is rapidly changing, due in part to the availability of large amounts of clinical and genomic data, healthcare consumer involvement and public health concerns. I’ve attended the Joint Summits for several years now, primarily because I can learn about new and innovative translational informatics research; network with a variety of individuals including new scientists, collaborators and national leaders; see old friends; and enjoy the weather.
Bernie LaSalle, BS, 2017 Joint Summits Informatics Implementation Track Chair
The AMIA 2017 Joint Summits Informatics Implementation Track is designed to provide a forum for the presentation of information and ideas, from best-of-breed software teams, gap analyses, requirements gathering, professional development opportunities, networking sessions and mentoring opportunities geared specifically to support existing or new CRI/TBI/EDM implementation experts.
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Application Deadline: January 9!
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