Honors Student Research Accepted to the AMIA Translational Bioinformatics Summit

Congratulations to Honors student, Sarah Wiegreffe for the acceptance of her research, “Can Classifications of Publications into Translational Categories be Automated?” at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Translational Bioinformatics Summit, which will take place March 27-30, 2017 in San Francisco, CA.

Wiegreffe’s research is a collaborative effort between Dr. Paul Anderson’s data science research lab at the College and Dr. Jihad Obeid of the Medical University of South Carolina Biomedical Informatics Center. Her research focuses around building classification algorithms and natural language processing methods to predict trends in medical research. By automating the process of manually labelling medical research abstracts, it becomes easier to see whether medical research is moving in the direction of benefiting human patients. The extended abstract will be published in the conference proceedings.

AMIA is a community committed to the vision of a world where informatics transforms people’s care. Data produced throughout health and healthcare is the driving force of informatics and its ability to innovate critical advancements that directly benefit people. AMIA is committed to being the professional home for the informaticians of today and the driver of informatics’ future.
To learn more about The Department of Computer Science research labs, visit the department research page.

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