Friday, June 25, 20213:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Hosted by The Data Science Institute and Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
The Data Science Institute and Columbia University Irving Medical Center have a new partnership focused on building collaborative research projects that leverage foundational data science for new clinical advances.On the biomedical side, this is driven by emerging access to large scale complex datasets due to recently deployed technologies, e.g. in imaging, genomics, and electronic health records. These data challenges are looking for analysis tools to tackle them. On the engineering side, method developers are seeking data to sink their teeth into and test their developments in real-world settings. The new Data Science and Health Initiative (DASHI) aims to bridge this gap and create synergy between our institutional strengths.Join the inaugural meeting to meet colleagues and potential collaborators from across Columbia University.
This event is open to the Columbia University faculty. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest in joining.
This session brings forth already existing examples of research efforts and partnerships that span the range between state of the art methods and data as positive models for projects that can emerge form DASHI.
To bolster collaboration, this session of the inaugural meeting is an opportunity for both method creators and data generators to bring forth their work and avail themselves to the formation of new partnerships with cross-complementary collaborators. Attendees can submit an idea or research topic area to present on during the this open discussion segment of the event.