Nutritional Informatics: Integrating Real-Time Dietary Patterns into the Electronic Health Record

May 3, 2013 - 10:30 am to 11:30 am

Room 337
IMU

Dr. John Hurdle, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor University of Utah School of Medicine Biomedical Informatics, earned his MD from the University of Colorado and his MS in Computer Science from Columbia University in 1981. After working in healthcare informatics, including serving as CIO for The Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia, he returned to research, completing his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Utah in 1994. He has completed two informatics fellowships, including a Senior Fellow at the National Library of Medicine (2007). His current research interests include: building tools to unlock the content of clinical narratives using natural language processing; finding high-performance computing solutions to clinical research informatics challenges; and exploring novel ways to use informatics to address regulatory and bioethical concerns.

Presentation will take place in room 337 of the Iowa Memorial Union at 10:30. Students – Please note that there will be a 30 min discussion time available with Prof. Hurdle immediately following his presentation.

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