AMIA recently invited teams of graduate students from different scientific disciplines and various backgrounds to propose creative solutions to specific healthcare problems. Student teams were asked to envison new ways for clinicians and patients to engage with data-analytics systems. Zach Abrams and Satyajeet Raje have both been chosen to present their research at the 2015 Annual Symposium in San Francisco. Only 8 teams from across the nation were selected as finalists; Congratulations Zach and Satya!
Accelerating Biomedical Informatics Research with
Interactive Multidimensional Data Fusion Platforms; Satyajeet Raje,
Justin Dano, Marques Mayoras, Kuhn, Bradley Myers, Tyler Kuhn
A prototype data
fusion platform was presented that enables users to perform automated
interpretation and ad-hoc integration of multiple datasets in real-time. The
prototype platform design illustrates interactive features that are highly
visual and intuitive and do not require programming expertise designed to cut
down data pre-processing time significantly. The data fusion platform provides
researcher with an intuitive interface to perform several preprocessing tasks.
The prototype implementation allows users to automatically interpret to find
“matches” across datasets as well as perform ad-hoc “joins” to integrate
datasets in a real-time environment. The platform is expected to evolve into an
end-to-end solution for all data preprocessing tasks.
Designing A Karyotype Visualization Platform for Clinical Decision Support; Zachary B. Abrams, Satyajeet Raje