AMIA 2021 Virtual Informatics Summit Award Winners

Congratulations to the following paper award winners from the 2021 Virtual Informatics Summit.

Distinguished Paper Awards

Clinical Research Informatics

Exploring the Hazards of Scaling Up Clinical Data Analyses: A Drug Side Effect Discovery Case Report
F. Diaz-Garelli, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; T. Johnson, M. Rahbar, E. Bernstam, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Data Science

Preferential MoE: Interpretable Models that Rely on Human Expertise As Much As Possible
M. Pradier, J. Zazo, S. Parbhoo, Harvard University; R. Perlis, Massachusetts General Hospital; M. Zazzi, University of Sienna; F. Doshi-Velez, Harvard University

Implementation

Integration of NLP2FHIR Representation with Deep Learning Models for EHR Phenotyping: A Pilot Study on Obesity Datasets
S. Liu, Mayo Clinic; Y. Luo, Northwestern University; D. Stone, N. Zong, A. Wen, Y. Yu, Mayo Clinic; L. Rasmussen, Northwestern University; F. Wang, J. Pathak, Cornell University; H. Liu, G. Jiang, Mayo Clinic

Student Paper Award Winners

First Place

Understanding Clinical Trial Reports: Extracting Medical Entities and Their Relations
Benjamin Nye, Jay DeYoung, Eric Lehman, Northeastern University; Ani Nenkova, University of Pennsylvania; Iain Marshall, King’s College London; Byron Wallace, Northeastern University

Second Place

Leveraging Spacial Information in Radiology Reports for Ischemic Stroke Phenotyping
Surabhi Datta, Shekhar Khanpara, Roy Riascos, Kirk Roberts, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Third Place

Extracting Adverse Drug Events from Clinical Notes
Darshini Mahendran, Bridget McInnes, Virginia Commonwealth University



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