Oct 24 2013
Dr. Robert Clarke, Dean of Research at the Lombardi Cancer Center presented the best poster awards during the reception for the 2nd annual biomedical informatics symposium held October 11, 2013.
The first place prize went to ICBI’s own Difei Wang (see below). The top poster winners were chosen through crowdsourcing by conference attendees, with first place receiving an iPAD mini. Dr. Wang, who was quite grateful to be selected, was also very surprised and humbly said to a small group of us, “I didn’t even vote for myself!”
Second place was a tie between two groups: one group at George Washington University on data mining of gene expression and microarray data, and the other group from Georgetown University Medical Center on the impact of pager delays on trauma teams (see below). The third place winner went to ICBI’s Michael Harris and team on pharmacogenomics.
First Place: SNP2Structure: A public database for mapping and modeling nsSNPs on human protein structures
Difei Wang, Kevin Rosso, Shruti Rao, Lei Song, Varun Singh, Shailendra Singh, Michael Harris and Subha Madhavan Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC
Second Place (tie): Biologically Inspired Data Mining Framework for Detecting Outliers in Gene Expression Microarray Data
Abdelghani Bellaachia and Anasse Bari Department of Computer Science, School of Engineering and Applied Science,The George Washington University
Second Place (tie):The impact of pager notification delays on trauma team dynamics
Kayvon I. Izadpanah, MS1,2; Imran T. Siddiqui, MS1,2; Sarah H. Parker, PhD2; 1Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC; 2National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare, Washington DC
Third Place: Pharmacogenomics to clinical care
Michael Harris, Krithika Bhuvaneshwar, Varun Singh, Subha Madhavan Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics, Georgetown University Medical Center (award accepted by Krithika)