Brain Tumor Informatics at BMI
Brain cancer has complex underlying mechanisms that promote tumors through multiple signaling networks hosted in a number of molecularly discrete diseases. A quantitative understanding can lead to a better interpretation of the effects of these signaling networks.
Imaging Informatics at BMI
Radiology and Pathology images are used as key components of baseline disease classification; images are also increasingly used as biomarkers to assess treatment response. Reproducible and standardized methods of image analysis and quantification are crucial components.
Clinical and Translational Informatics at BMI
The Biomedical Informatics Department is both a leader and a collaborator in a variety of research projects that call for acquisition, storage, retrieval and analysis of clinical and biological datasets.
Research Areas

Brain Tumor Informatics

 

In Silico Science

 

Clinical and Translational Informatics

 

High End Computing

 

Imaging Informatics

News & Announcements

Check out postdoc opportunities @ the NematiLab!

 

Dr Clifford working with Dr Rohloff at Harvard University, Dr Hall-Clifford at Agnes Scott College and Wuqu' Kawoq, a Guatemalan based NGO, complete an mHealth RCT to empower midwives working in rural highland Guatemala. The research was recently covered by NBC News: App Saves Lives of Maya Women In Guatemala.

 

BMI is hiring junior tenure track faculty in the area of machine learning and signal processing applied to biomedical and healthcare data. Please email bmi@emory.edu with a cv and statement of research if interested. More information can be found here.

 

September 29th 2017: Awards for the PhysioNet/Computing in Cardiology Challenge 2017 were recently presented by Dr Clifford in Rennes, France. Seventy five teams competed for six months applying a variety of machine learning and signal processing techniques to over 12,000 ECGs to classify atrial fibrillation. More information can be found here.

 

September 25th 2017:  WSB-TV covered Dr Clifford's work with Dr Herman Taylor at Morehouse School of Medicine to develop a health care app called Moyo. more info can be found here and here.

Contact Information

 

Biomedical Informatics Department

Emory University

Woodruff Memorial Research Building

101 Woodruff Circle, 4th Floor East

Atlanta, GA 30322
 

Email bmi@emory.edu

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