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Dr. Tanveer Syeda-Mahmood is a co-author for survey article published in the International Journal of Computer Vision

Dr. Tanveer Syeda-Mahmood is a co-author for survey article published in the International Journal of Computer Vision

A survey article on multimodal models for clinical biomedicine was published in the International Journal of Computer Vision for which DBDS adjunct faculty Dr.

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Gautam Machiraju and Alex Derry lead team for paper accepted for publication in the 2024 International Conference on Machine Learning in Vienna, Austria

Gautam Machiraju and Alex Derry lead team for paper accepted for publication in the 2024 International Conference on Machine Learning in Vienna, Austria

A team led by senior BMI PhD students, Gautam Machiraju and Alex Derry, is excited to announce a new paper accepted for publication in the 2024 International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) in Vienna,

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Generative AI and Healthcare VC panel

Generative AI and Healthcare VC panel

You’re invited to attend a VC panel on Generative AI and Healthcare on May 17th at 3:00PM.  The panel will feature 5 Venture Capitalists and will focus on the latest trends,

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DBDS’ Nigam Shah on AI Grand Rounds podcast

DBDS’ Nigam Shah on AI Grand Rounds podcast

In this episode of the AI Grand Rounds podcast, Dr. Nigam Shah, a distinguished Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and inaugural Chief Data Scientist for Stanford Health Care,

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Sohaib Hassan, Elana Simon and Selina Junyi Pi awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

Sohaib Hassan, Elana Simon and Selina Junyi Pi awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

Congratulations to Sohaib Hassan, Elana Simon and Selina Junyi Pi who were all awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP).

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The Stanford Center for Cancer Systems Biology (CCSB) Seminar Series, 5/17

The Stanford Center for Cancer Systems Biology (CCSB) Seminar Series, 5/17

Speaker: Barbara Engelhardt, PhD.
Title: Machine learning methods to identify tumor-immune microenvironments in spatial transcriptomics tumor data.
May 17,

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Generative AI and Healthcare VC panel 5/17

Generative AI and Healthcare VC panel 5/17

You’re invited to attend a VC panel on Generative AI and Healthcare on May 17th at 3:00PM.  The panel will feature 5 Venture Capitalists and will focus on the latest trends,

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Data Studio May 8: Office Hour

Data Studio May 8: Office Hour

DATE: Wednesday, 8 May 2024 TIME: 3:00–4:30 PM

LOCATION: Conference Room X399, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road,

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The Stanford Center for Cancer Systems Biology Seminar Series: Dr. Sean Bendall, “Multi-generational decisions in single cell biology” 4/19

The Stanford Center for Cancer Systems Biology Seminar Series: Dr. Sean Bendall, “Multi-generational decisions in single cell biology” 4/19

Please join us at the next monthly CCSB Seminar, Friday, April 19, from 11 AM to 12 PM.

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Rob Tibshirani honored with COPSS Distinguished Achievement Award and Lectureship

Rob Tibshirani honored with COPSS Distinguished Achievement Award and Lectureship

Robert Tibshirani, Stanford University

The Award and Lectureship is a very high recognition of meritorious achievement and scholarship in statistical science and recognizes highly significant impact of statistical methods on scientific investigations.

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Sylvia Plevritis’ five-year anniversary of leading DBDS

Sylvia Plevritis’ five-year anniversary of leading DBDS

Congratulations to Sylvia on leading the Biomedical Data Science department for the past five years. With her strong leadership, direction,

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Olivier Gevaert: “Generation of synthetic whole-slide image tiles of tumours from RNA-sequencing data via cascaded diffusion models” published in Nature Biomedical Engineering

Olivier Gevaert: “Generation of synthetic whole-slide image tiles of tumours from RNA-sequencing data via cascaded diffusion models” published in Nature Biomedical Engineering

Olivier Gevaert and team have developed a biomedical model inspired by DALL-E, we use RNA expression profiles to generate synthetic digital pathology images across several cancer tissues.
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AI’s future in medicine the focus of Stanford Med Live event

AI’s future in medicine the focus of Stanford Med Live event

Leaders of Stanford Medicine discuss artificial intelligence in health and medicine; its usefulness in research, education and patient care; and how to responsibly integrate the technology.

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Tanveer Syeda-Mahmood’s research featured in cover story for Nature Medicine Intelligence

Tanveer Syeda-Mahmood’s research featured in cover story for Nature Medicine Intelligence

Understanding the genetic factors that underlie the normal variation in cardiac anatomy is of great interest. In this study, Rodrigo Bonazzola et al.

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The ClinGen Pharmacogenomics Working Group: Exploring new directions and the evolution of PGx and genomic medicine

The ClinGen Pharmacogenomics Working Group: Exploring new directions and the evolution of PGx and genomic medicine

The ClinGen Pharmacogenomics Working Group: Developing frameworks for evaluating pharmacogenomic gene validity and actionability
Read it here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S294977442400222X

Generating a framework for curating mechanism of disease in monogenic conditions: A consensus effort of the Gene Curation Coalition*
Read it here: https://www.gimopen.org/article/S2949-7744(24)00622-8/fulltext

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Nigam Shah on Clinical Changemakers podcast

Nigam Shah on Clinical Changemakers podcast

Professor Nigam Shah shares his early experiences with AI, called ‘application of reasoning’, how this has evolved, and how AI and web applications like ChatGPT have changed the landscape of how AI is being used. 

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DBDS PhD student Yusuf Roohani’s research featured in the New York Times

DBDS PhD student Yusuf Roohani’s research featured in the New York Times

DBDS PhD student Yusuf Roohani’s work on universal cell embeddings was featured in a New York Times article: “

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Nigam Shah cited in two STAT articles

Nigam Shah cited in two STAT articles

Hospitals struggle to validate AI-generated clinical summaries
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AI health care companies say they’ll keep humans in the loop.

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$5 Million Warren Alpert Foundation Grant To Fund 15 Department of Biomedical Data Science Computational Biology/AI Scholars

$5 Million Warren Alpert Foundation Grant To Fund 15 Department of Biomedical Data Science Computational Biology/AI Scholars

A new $5 million grant from the Warren Alpert Foundation was recently awarded to the Department of Biomedical Data Science (DBDS) at the Stanford School of Medicine.

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Manisha Desai op-ed in San Francisco Chronicle: “AI is transforming medicine, but there’s also too much unfounded hype”

Manisha Desai op-ed in San Francisco Chronicle: “AI is transforming medicine, but there’s also too much unfounded hype”

“Recently, my colleagues and I at Stanford launched a study of a promising AI tool to screen for colon cancer.

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Barbara Engelhardt Elected Fellow of the International Society for Computational Biology

Barbara Engelhardt Elected Fellow of the International Society for Computational Biology

DBDS’ Barbara Engelhardt, a senior investigator at Gladstone Institutes, was elected as a fellow to the International Society for Computational Biology,

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Akshay Chaudhari’s group publishes new paper in Nature Medicine on adapting large language models for clinical text summarization tasks

Akshay Chaudhari’s group publishes new paper in Nature Medicine on adapting large language models for clinical text summarization tasks

Akshay Chaudhari’s group publishes new paper in Nature Medicine on adapting open-source and closed-source large language models for clinical text summarization tasks.

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Rob Tibshirani is the recipient of the 2024 Senior Leo Breiman Award

Rob Tibshirani is the recipient of the 2024 Senior Leo Breiman Award

DBDS’ Rob Tibshirani is the recipient of the 2024 Senior Leo Breiman Award from the Statistical Learning and Data Science Section of the American Statistical Association for outstanding contributions to the statistical learning,

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Plevritis and Shah panelists for State of AI in Health and Medicine, 3/18

Plevritis and Shah panelists for State of AI in Health and Medicine, 3/18

StanfordMed LIVE: The State of AI in Health and Medicine

Join StanfordMed LIVE for this special panel discussion on the state of AI in health and medicine on March 18,

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DBDS’ Roxana Daneshjou was selected as 2024 recipient of the American Academy of Dermatology Young Investigator Award

DBDS’ Roxana Daneshjou was selected as 2024 recipient of the American Academy of Dermatology Young Investigator Award

DBDS’ Roxana Daneshjou was selected as 2024 recipient of the American Academy of Dermatology Young Investigator Award for her significant research advances in the science and practice of dermatology.

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Zinaida Good, Ph.D. is an ACS-SCI Institutional Research Grant awardee

Zinaida Good, Ph.D. is an ACS-SCI Institutional Research Grant awardee

Zinaida Good, Ph.D. is an ACS-SCI Institutional Research Grant awardee Brief description of announcement: Zinaida Good, Ph.D., an instructor at the Stanford Institutes of Medicine,
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James Zou team: New paper recently published in the Harvard Data Science Review

James Zou team: New paper recently published in the Harvard Data Science Review

James Zou team: New paper recently published in the Harvard Data Science Review discussing how data science can benefit from large language models (LLMs) https://hdsr.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/pqiufdew/release/2?readingCollection=3a653084.

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DBDS’ Nigam Shah: Healthcare Leaders and UK Government Discuss Safe Deployment of AI

DBDS’ Nigam Shah: Healthcare Leaders and UK Government Discuss Safe Deployment of AI

DBDS’ Nigam Shah: Healthcare Leaders and UK Government Discuss Safe Deployment of AI Healthcare leaders are currently engaged in vigorous discussions about the potential risks and responsibilities that come with the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) in the sector.
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DBDS’ Lu Tian will deliver the inaugural keynote Lai Lecture on 3/8

DBDS’ Lu Tian will deliver the inaugural keynote Lai Lecture on 3/8

DBDS’ Lu Tian will deliver the inaugural keynote Lai Lecture on 3/8 in the 7th International Symposium on Statistical Innovation for Medical Product Development honoring late Tze L.

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Daniel L. Rubin in Journal of Clinical Medicine: Segmentation-Assisted Fully Convolutional Neural Network Enhances Deep Learning Performance to Identify Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Daniel L. Rubin in Journal of Clinical Medicine: Segmentation-Assisted Fully Convolutional Neural Network Enhances Deep Learning Performance to Identify Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Daniel L. Rubin in Journal of Clinical Medicine: Segmentation-Assisted Fully Convolutional Neural Network Enhances Deep Learning Performance to Identify Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Abstract With the progression of diabetic retinopathy (DR) from the non-proliferative (NPDR) to proliferative (PDR) stage,
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Nigam Shah: ‘Bad science fiction’?: How health systems are keeping AI in check

Nigam Shah: ‘Bad science fiction’?: How health systems are keeping AI in check

DBDS’ Nigam Shah featured in Becker’s IT story: ‘Bad science fiction’?: How health systems are keeping AI in check   https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/innovation/bad-science-fiction-how-health-systems-are-keeping-ai-in-check.html
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Weekly Seminar: Yuzhe Yang 2/15

Weekly Seminar: Yuzhe Yang 2/15

Date: 2/15/24
Speaker: Yuzhe Yang
Title: Learning to Assess Chronic Diseases: Early Diagnosis,

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Teri Klein honored with prestigious 2024 Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) Luminary Award

Teri Klein honored with prestigious 2024 Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) Luminary Award

DBDS’ Teri Klein was selected as the recipient of the prestigious 2024 Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) Luminary Award in honor of her dedication and expertise playing a pivotal role in driving the field of Pharmacogenomics (PGx) forward.

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Tina Hernandez-Boussard’s paper on bias risks cited by White House AI Fact Sheet

Tina Hernandez-Boussard’s paper on bias risks cited by White House AI Fact Sheet

A recently published paper, “Guiding Principles to Address the Impact of Algorithm Bias on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health and Health Care,” of which Tina Hernandez-Boussard,

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Weekly Seminar 2/8: Emma Pierson

Weekly Seminar 2/8: Emma Pierson

Date: 2/8/24
Speaker: Emma Pierson
Title: Methods for missing outcomes
 in healthcare and public health
More info here 

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Laurel Stell selected by Stanford School of Medicine HRG JEDI for BetterUp Coaching Program 2024 Cohort

Laurel Stell selected by Stanford School of Medicine HRG JEDI for BetterUp Coaching Program 2024 Cohort

Congratulations to Laurel Stell!!!

Stanford School of Medicine HRG JEDI selected our Laurel Stell in 2024 Cohort for BetterUp Coaching Program.

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Nigam Shah and partners roll out beta version of Stanford medicine SHC and SoM Secure GPT

Nigam Shah and partners roll out beta version of Stanford medicine SHC and SoM Secure GPT

Dear Stanford School of Medicine Community,

Stanford Medicine is committed to being digitally driven, adopting cutting-edge technologies that advance our missions of research,

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New paper from Julia Salzman in BioRxiv

New paper from Julia Salzman in BioRxiv

New paper from Julia Salzman in BioRxiv: Ultra-efficient, unified discovery from microbial sequencing with SPLASH and precise statistical assembly Bacteria comprise >
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Nima Aghaeepour’s study of preterm birth risks featured in Stanford Medicine

Nima Aghaeepour’s study of preterm birth risks featured in Stanford Medicine

Wearable device data reveals that reduced sleep and activity in pregnancy is linked to premature birth risk Data from wearables show that deviations from normal sleep and activity in pregnancy are connected to a risk for premature delivery,
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James Zou featured in WSJ on ChatGPT and medicine

James Zou featured in WSJ on ChatGPT and medicine

Should You Use ChatGPT for Medical Advice? Yes, patients and doctors can use chatbots for certain types of questions, experts say.
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Weekly Seminar: Drago Plecko

Weekly Seminar: Drago Plecko

Thursday, February 1, from 1:30-2:50, MSOB, Rm 303

Causal Health Equity – Toward a Taxonomy

Drago Plecko

Postdoctoral Scholar,

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SEMINAR: Predicting and Discovering Protein Dynamics

SEMINAR: Predicting and Discovering Protein Dynamics

HANNAH WAYMENT-STEELE, PhD, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY

Monday, February 5, 2024

3-4 PM

ChEM-H / Neuro Research

Complex,

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Roles of systemic immunity in tumor metastasis and effective immunotherapy

Roles of systemic immunity in tumor metastasis and effective immunotherapy

Please join us at our next monthly CCSB Seminar, Friday, February 16, at 1:00 PM.  Our Seminar Series in systems biology of cancer aims to bring together experimental and computational researchers.

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Teri Klein is the receipt of the 2024 Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC)  Luminary Award.

Teri Klein is the receipt of the 2024 Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC)  Luminary Award.

Dear DBDS Faculty,

I am pleased to announce that Teri Klein is the receipt of the 2024 Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC)  Luminary Award.

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Weekly Seminar: Daniel Mukasa

Weekly Seminar: Daniel Mukasa

Date: 1/25/24
Time: 1:30-3 pm
Daniel Mukasa
Title: Computationally Design of Wearable Chemical Sensors for Personalized Healthcare
More info here

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Weekly Seminar 1/18

Weekly Seminar 1/18

Date: 1/18/24
Adit Radhakrishnan
Title: How do neural networks learn features from data?
1:30-3:00 pm in MSOB x303
More info here. 

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Metastatic breast cancer treatments have aided decline in deaths, Stanford Medicine-led study finds (Plevritis Lab)

Metastatic breast cancer treatments have aided decline in deaths, Stanford Medicine-led study finds (Plevritis Lab)

Treatment of metastatic disease is responsible for nearly one-third of the decrease in annual deaths from breast cancer from 1975 to 2019,

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James Zou promoted to Associate Professor

James Zou promoted to Associate Professor

We are thrilled to announce that James Zou has been promoted to DBDS Associate Professor with tenure. A hearty congratulations and thanks for his endless hard work,

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Julia Salzman’s new paper on SPLASH on Cell

Julia Salzman’s new paper on SPLASH on Cell

Julia Salzman’s new paper on Cell today:

Today’s genomics workflows typically require alignment to a reference sequence, which limits discovery.
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Oliver is here!

Oliver is here!

Welcome Oliver Ferydoon Azizi and congratulations to Roxana Daneshjou and family!

Oliver was a wee bit early, but he and Roxana are doing very well.

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Alex Derry’s Dissertation Defense 12/8

Alex Derry’s Dissertation Defense 12/8

Friday, December 8th, 2023

10:00 am PST

Location: Y2E2 111

Deep learning on local sites for protein structure and function analysis

Understanding how the three-dimensional structure of a protein leads to its function is important for determining disease mechanisms,

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Weekly Seminar: Kyle Daniels, 12/7/23

Weekly Seminar: Kyle Daniels, 12/7/23

12/7/23

Speaker: Kyle Daniels, Assistant Professor of Genetics, Stanford University

Title: Decoding the language of signaling domains to control cell function

Abstract: Cell therapies are powerful technologies in which human cells are reprogrammed for therapeutic applications such as killing cancer cells or replacing defective cells.

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Mark Musen awarded honorary degree

Mark Musen awarded honorary degree

Mark Musen, Professor of Biomedical Data Science and Director of the Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research, received the degree of Doctor honoris causa from the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) in a ceremony on November 15,

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Weekly Seminar 11/30: Jean Fan

Weekly Seminar 11/30: Jean Fan

Date: 11/30/23

Speaker: Jean Fan, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University

Title: Computational Methods for Comparative Spatial Omics Analysis

Abstract: Mammalian tissues are comprised of many molecularly and functionally distinct cell-types and cell-states organized into meso-scale structures and patterns to achieve intricate biological functions.

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Data Studio 11/29: Cardiac Events after Radiation of Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients

Data Studio 11/29: Cardiac Events after Radiation of Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients

Cardiac Events after Radiation of Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients

DATE: Wednesday, 29 November 2023

TIME: 3:00–4:30 PM

LOCATION: Conference Room X399,

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DBDS faculty featured prominently in cover story of latest SOM Magazine: “Medicine’s AI Boom: The Stanford Impact”

DBDS faculty featured prominently in cover story of latest SOM Magazine: “Medicine’s AI Boom: The Stanford Impact”

Eleven of DBDS’ faculty and associated faculty were featured in the latest issue of Stanford Medicine Magazine. “Medicine’s AI Boom: The Stanford Impact”
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Weekly Seminar: Manny Rivas, “Prediction and inference from population scale datasets” 11/16

Weekly Seminar: Manny Rivas, “Prediction and inference from population scale datasets” 11/16

Prediction and inference from population scale datasets Thursdays 11/16 1:30-3:00 pm in MSOB x303

Population biobanks are a valuable resource for identifying genetic and environmental factors that contribute to disease.

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Dr. Richard Olshen, pioneer in field of statistics: 1942-2023

Dear DBDS, It is with deep sorrow that I write to inform you of the passing of Professor Richard Allen Olshen on November 8,
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Kevin Wu: Research Talk 11/8

Kevin Wu: Research Talk 11/8

Kevin Wu

Wednesday, November 8th, 2023

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm PST 

CCSR 0235

Zoom Link: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/95984592133?pwd=MDRXcyt4eTlCVlZhdHZYZ0prLzBGZz09

Title: Medical AI After Deployment: Data-driven analyses and methods for clinically viable AI

Abstract: Medical AI algorithms have undergone significant development and regulatory approval,

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Assistant Professor of Biomedical Data Science

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Data Science

Faculty Opening: Assistant Professor of Biomedical Data Science

Work type: University Tenure Line
Location: Stanford University
Categories: School of Medicine

The Department of Biomedical Data Science (DBDS) at Stanford University seeks two faculty members to join the Department as Assistant Professors on the University Tenure Line.

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Open Position:  Program Coordinator and Executive Associate

Open Position: Program Coordinator and Executive Associate

The DBDS administration is a team-first organization that is interdependent on its members to meet the demands of all faculty and students.

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Min Woo Sun and Robert Tibshirani publish “Public health factors help explain cross country heterogeneity in excess death during the COVID19 pandemic” in Nature Scientific Reports

Min Woo Sun and Robert Tibshirani publish “Public health factors help explain cross country heterogeneity in excess death during the COVID19 pandemic” in Nature Scientific Reports

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a devastating toll around the world. Since January 2020, the World Health Organization estimates 14.9 million excess deaths have occurred globally.

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Welcome DBDS Knight-Hennessey Scholars, cohort of 2023!

Welcome DBDS Knight-Hennessey Scholars, cohort of 2023!

The scholars in the 2023 cohort come from 29 countries, including the first scholars from Hungary, Malawi, the Netherlands, Russia,

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Weekly Seminar 10/12: Irene Chen

Weekly Seminar 10/12: Irene Chen

Date: 10/12/23
Speaker: Irene Chen
Title: Beyond Bias: Constructing an Ethical Framework for AI in Medicine
Host: Weiruo Zhang
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Data Studio 10/11: A Novel Chest Computed Tomography Scoring System in Children and Adolescents with Rheumatologic Diffuse Lung Disease

Data Studio 10/11: A Novel Chest Computed Tomography Scoring System in Children and Adolescents with Rheumatologic Diffuse Lung Disease

DATE: Wednesday, 11 October 2023

TIME: 3:00–4:30 PM

TITLE: A Novel Chest Computed Tomography Scoring System in Children and Adolescents with Rheumatologic Diffuse Lung Disease

LOCATION: Conference Room X399,

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Data Studio: Clinical Trial Design for Glaucoma Treatment Using Humphrey Visual Field as Primary Outcome

Data Studio: Clinical Trial Design for Glaucoma Treatment Using Humphrey Visual Field as Primary Outcome

TITLE: Clinical Trial Design for Glaucoma Treatment Using Humphrey Visual Field as Primary OutcomeA Guide for the Statistically Perplexed
DATE: Wednesday,

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Gina Bouchard: “The colocatome as a spatial -omic reveals shared microenvironment features between tumour-stroma assembloids and lung cancer specimens” published in BioRxiv

Gina Bouchard: Computational frameworks to quantify and compare microenvironment spatial features of in vitro patient-derived models and clinical specimens are needed.

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Gevaert team: Glioblastoma research study establishes a connection between spatial cellular architecture and clinical outcomes

Gevaert team: Glioblastoma research study establishes a connection between spatial cellular architecture and clinical outcomes

Exciting work in glioblastoma research spearheaded by postdoc Yuan-Ning Zheng. The Gevaert team has developed a deep learning model to predict transcriptional subtypes of glioblastoma cells from spatial transcriptomics data and histology images.

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The Biomedical Informatics (BMI) Training Program will formally change its name to the Biomedical Data Science Training Program effective September 1.

The Biomedical Informatics (BMI) Training Program will formally change its name to the Biomedical Data Science Training Program effective September 1.

Dear Faculty, Trainees and Staff,

On September 1, 2023, the Biomedical Informatics (BMI) training program will finalize its last step in merging with the Department of Biomedical Data Science (DBDS) and formally change its name to the Biomedical Data Science training program.

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Daniel Rubin invited to participate in cohort 5 of SMLA

Daniel Rubin invited to participate in cohort 5 of SMLA

We are delighted to announce that DBDS faculty researcher Daniel Rubin has been invited to participate in cohort 5 of the Stanford Medicine Leadership Academy (SMLA). 

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DBDS researchers receive a 2022 Top Ten Clinical Research Achievement Award

DBDS researchers receive a 2022 Top Ten Clinical Research Achievement Award

DBDS researchers Ruishan Liu (first author, pictured here), Ying Lu, James Zou and colleagues have been named recipients of a 2022 Top Ten Clinical Research Achievement Award,

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Ying Lu & Stanford DBDS colleagues win UCB-Stanford Industrial Relation & Digital Health Research Award

Ying Lu & Stanford DBDS colleagues win UCB-Stanford Industrial Relation & Digital Health Research Award

Ying Lu [pictured here], together with visiting scholar Ruben van Eijk and Tze Lai and Lu Tian of the Department of Biomedical Data Science and the Center for Innovative Study Design,

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Teri Klein named AAAS Fellow

Teri Klein named AAAS Fellow

DBDS faculty researcher Teri Klein is one of “Nine researchers from Stanford University and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory [who] have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 

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Aaron Newman, Serena Yeung & James Zou named Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigators

Aaron Newman, Serena Yeung & James Zou named Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigators

DBDS faculty researchers Aaron Newman, Serena Yeung, and James Zou have been selected to join the second cohort of scientists to be named Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigators following a competition for individual awards.

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Julia Palacios receives an NSF Career Award

Julia Palacios receives an NSF Career Award

DBDS faculty researcher Julia Palacios has been selected to receive a National Science Foundation (NSF) Career Award for support of the project entitled “CAREER: New Statistical Approaches for Studying Evolutionary Processes: Inference,

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