BMI Department hosts two weekly Hackathons, open to interested SBU students, faculty and staff

BMI offers two weekly Hackathons (collaborative computer programming events):

BMI Hackathon (aka, the Hack-a-ton) meets Wednesday Mornings, 9am to noon, in the BMI HSC Faculty and Student Suite (HSC L3-045 Conference Rooms A&B).  All are welcome, just show up.  For questions, contact BMI Chief Technology Officer and Graduate Program Director, Dr. Jonas Almeida: Jonas.Almeida@stonybrookmedicine.edu subject “Hack-a-ton question.”

The HealthCare Data Hackathon meets Thursday Mornings, 10-11:30am at the SBMIT Flowerfield Training Room.  The focus is using the HealtheIntent platform for improved data analytics.  To join, please contact the organizer, BMI Chief of Data Analytics, Dr. Janos Hagajos: janos.hajagos@stonybrookmedicine.edu, subject "Thurs Hackathon."

SBU BMI has strong presence at AMIA 2017 Joint Summits on Translational Science

Our Biomedical Informatics faculty were invited to serve on one panel and to present two papers, plus a BMI doctoral student’s paper was selected for competition at this unique venue promoting innovation and networking among experts in Translational Bioinformatics, Clinical Research Informatics and Informatics Implementation.  The American Medical Informatics Association’s AMIA 2017 Joint Summits on Translational Science is March 27-30 in San Francisco.

Board Certified faculty of the BMI Department’s Clinical Informatics Group elevates Graduate Education and Clinical Services at Stony Brook

Professor Mary SaltzChief Clinical Integration Officer for Community Practice Initiatives, Stony Brook Cancer Center Chief Medical Information Officer, is among the latest recipients of Clinical Informatics Board Certification. She joined Professor Joel H.

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