Past Grand Rounds

Note: The archived recordings are offline at the present time due to a hardware problem.

2018

: 2024 E. Monument, Auditorium

The Role of Commercial Video Games in Health Informatics: Is The Cake a Lie?

Michelle Colder Carras, PhD

: 2024 E. Monument St, second floor auditorium (in the back)

"The Role of Commercial Video Games in Health Informatics: Is The Cake a Lie?"

Michelle Colder Carras PhD

: 2024 E. Monument St, second floor auditorium (in the back)

"Risk Stratification in Chronic Kidney Disease through Electronic Health Record Tools"

Lipika Samal MD

: 2024 E. Monument St, second floor auditorium (in the back)

"NLM: A Platform for Biomedical Discovery and Data-Powered Health" NO CME

Patricia Flatley Brennan RN PhD

: 2024 East Monument Street 2nd Auditorium in the back

"Data Quality in Healthcare Big Data Resources: Methods and a Case Study"

Vojtech Huser, MD PhD

: 2024 East Monument Street, Second Floor Auditorium in the back

"Technologies and interventions in medication non-adherence"

Gorkem Sevinc, MS

: 2024 E. Monument St, second floor auditorium (in the back)

"mHealth Behaviour Change Programmes: development, cultural adaptation and co-design processes from New Zealand"

Robyn Whittaker, MD

: 2024 E Monument St, second floor auditorium (in the back)

"Facilitating Self-Reflection on Personal Health Data"

Eun Kyoung Choe, PhD

: 2024 E. Monument St, second floor auditorium (in the back)

"Barriers to Evidence-Based Research and Informatics Tools to Overcome Them"

Hans Lund, PhD

: 2024 E. Monument Street, 2nd Flr. Auditorium

“Designing, operating, and supporting the Peace Corps’ EMR for the far corners of the world”

Thomas Wilkinson, Kim Skrtic, and Lindsey Knauf

2017

: 2024 E Monument St, second floor auditorium

"Accessible artificial intelligence for biomedical informatics"

Jason Moore, PhD

: 2024 E Monument St, second floor auditorium

"Intelligent Digital Voice Assist in Healthcare"

Ahmed Hassoon, MD MPH

: 2024 E Monument St, second floor auditorium

"Real World Clinical Decision Support: Lessons from the Front Line"

Amy Knight, MD

: 2024 E Monument St, second floor auditorium

"Social Security and Interoperability"

Shaun Lusby

: 2024 E Monument St, second floor auditorium

"Truth versus Truthiness in Clinical Data: Drawing Sensible Conclusions from Retrospective Analytics"

Mark Weiner, MD

: 2024 E Monuments St, 2nd floor auditorium

“Older Adults’ Patient Portal Use: What is Really Happening Nationwide?”

Eun-Shimm Nahm, PhD RN FAAN

: 2024 E Monument St, second floor auditorium

"Pediatric cardiac arrest at a large academic children’s hospital: An informatics perspective on resuscitation identification and performance measurement"

Jordan M Duval-Arnould DrPH

: Chevy Chase Auditorium, Zayed Building

"Experience and Issues for the Large-scale Sharing of Multi-source Big Data"

Christopher G. Chute MD PhD, Alex Szalay PhD, Gregory D. Hager PhD, Alexander S. Baras MD PhD

: 2024 E Monument St., 2nd Flr. auditorium

"Secondary use of Electronic Medical Records for Clinical and Translational Research"

Hongfang Liu, PhD

Professor of Biomedical Informatics
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine,
Consultant
Department of Health Sciences Research
Mayo Clinic

: 2024 E. Monument St. 2nd Flr. Auditorium

"ShockAlert: Predicting pending septic shock using combined EHR and physiological time-series data"

Raymond L. Winslow, PhD

Director, Institute for Computational Medicine
Director, Center for Cardiovascular Bioinformatics and Modeling
Raj and Neera Singh Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering

: 2024 E. Monument Street, 2nd Floor Auditorium

"Breaking down the walls: CRISP Update on Health Information Exchange in Maryland and the Region"

Ross Martin, MD MHA

: Chevy Chase Auditorium/Zayed Tower

"Maintainers and Disruptors: Is Our Age Any Different?"

Andrew Russell, PhD and Lee Vinsel, PhD

SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Author Open Standards and the Digital Age: History, Ideology, and Networks (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
Co-editor (with Robin Hammerman) of Ada’s Legacy: Cultures of Computing from the Victorian to the Digital Age (ACM Books, 2015)

Lee J. Vinsel, PhD
Assistant Professor and Director,
Program on Science and Technology Studies
College of Arts and Letters
Stevens Institute of Technology
Twitter: @STS_News
Co-Organizer “The Maintainers.” Conference 2016

: Chevy Chase Auditorium/Zayed Tower

"Healthier Longevity: Personalizing the aging process through connected health and wellness in the global context"

Patricia N. Mechael, PhD MHS

Principal and Policy Lead
Washington, DC

: 2024 E. Monument Street, Auditorium 2-1002 (2nd flr.)

"NLP Research and Development at the National Library of Medicine"

Dina Demner-Fushman MD PhD FACMI

Staff Scientist
Lister Hill Center
National Library of Medicine

: 2024 E. Monument Street, Auditorium 2-1002 (2nd flr.)

"Predictive (sometimes unexpectedly) Temporal Models for Disease: The case of prostate cancer"

Hagit Shatkay, PhD

Associate Professor
Dept. of Computer and Information Sciences
College of Engineering
& Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
University of Delaware