Past Grand Rounds


: 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,
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

: 2024 E. Monument St. Rm. 2-1002

Integrating 'Big Data' to Advance Population Health: The first 5 years of the JHU Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT)

Jonathan Weiner, DrPH and Hadi Kharrazi, MD

Professor and CPHIT Center Director

Hadi Kharrazi, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor and Assistant Center Director.

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Link to Video Pending

Spring Break

Link to Video Pending

: Chevy Chase Auditorium/Zayed Tower

Decision Support: The Last Year in the Literature

Harold P. Lehmann MD PhD


Division of Health Sciences Informatics

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Grand Rounds Cancelled

Link to Video Pending

: Chevy Chase Auditorium/Zayed Tower

TransMed: A pilot effort to translate basic science to clinical practice

Christopher G. Chute, MD PhD

Bloomberg Distinguished Professor
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

: Chevy Chase Auditorium/Zayed Tower

Liver Space

Douglas Mogul, MD MPH

Assistant Professor
Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
Johns Hopkins University

"A Turn of a Phrase Folds Into Fields Or The Magic Behind Clinical Natural Language Processing for Epidemiological Studies, Surveillance and Quality Metrics"

Guy Divita, MS

: Zayed 2119A Main Hospital

MACRA and EHRs: What Not To Do

David Lereau


A Population Health Informatics Framework: Chronic Disease Prevention and Management Needs

Jason Bonander MA

Public Health Informatics: Are the Opportunities for Local and State Agencies Greater than the Challenges?

Roland Gamache, PhD

Metabolic Compass: Towards Continuous Awareness and Behavior Change for Metabolic Syndrome

Yanif Ahmad PhD

Do physicians experience a productivity gain in providing online consultation?

Changmi Jung, PhD

Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science
 2016 Annual Symposium
Bloomberg School of Public Health
8:30 am-5:00 pm

This event will bring together experts in Big Data from across Johns Hopkins University, the government and industry to share their discoveries, practical ideas, and insights. The focus is on a multi-disciplinary approach to using Big Data to solve critical problems in science, medicine, engineering, and more.

Clinical Enterprise Intelligence

Albert (Al) Bonnema, MD MPH

Assessing and Preventing Large-scale Breaches in Centralized Patient Data Repositories

William A. Yasnoff, MD PhD