Dr. Daniel R. Masys, professor of biomedical informatics and medicine, and chair of biomedical informatics at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, will give the 2009-10 Annual Science in Medicine Lecture. The Science in Medicine lecture series, sponsored by the UW School of Medicine and its office of Research and Graduate Education, looks at how basic research improves the clinical understanding of health and disease.
The title of his lecture is “Genome-Phenome Correlation Using Healthcare-Derived Biospecimens and Phenotypes Derived from Electronic Medical Records.” The lecture is free and open to all interested persons. No registration is required.
The lecture will take place from noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, April 29, A-420, Hogness Auditorium, UW Health Sciences Building.
This lecture will be simultaneously video-televised at:
- Harborview Medical Center Research & Training Building: Room 121
- Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center: J2 108
- VA Puget Sound Health Care System,Seattle — Building 24, Room 142
- VA American Lake — Building 81, Room 1132
- WSU Riverpoint Campus, Spokane Academic Center (SAC): Room 249
- Seattle Children’s Research Institute: Pearl Jam Conf. Room 806
- University of Alaska Anchorage: CPISB 101D
- University of Alaska Fairbanks: WRRB 210