Nicholas R Anderson
Provides forum for extensive interactive research discussions. Format is round table with short presentations and long facilitated discussion amongst students and core BHI faculty. Both students and faculty present. Topics primarily research focused (ongoing and proposed research.), but also journal articles, current topics of debate, and other. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
This course will focus on the informatics tools, processes and challenges associated with the emerging field of translational informatics. Presentations will range across the following areas:
* How general purpose systems can address the needs of clinical and laboratory investigators * Challenges faced by investigators in integrating clinical translational data * Discussion of broad translational data integration initiatives * Systems and approaches to facilitating scientific collaboration
The audience will include Informatics, Computer Science, and Information Science graduate students and faculty, interested clinical translational researchers and staff involved in research Information Technology.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Familiarity with the clinical research domain is suggested, but not required.
Class assignments and grading
Students seeking credit will be expected to participate in discussions.
Grades are Credit/No Credit only