Informatics Research Seminars

The Informatics Research Seminar Series is sponsored by Duke University in collaboration with the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC-CH), North Carolina Central University (NCCU, Durham, NC,), University of North Carolina-Charlotte (UNC-C), East Carolina University (ECU, Greenville, NC), and Wake Forest University (WFU, Winston-Salem, NC). This series explores key areas in Health Informatics and includes research results, overview of programs of research, basic, applied, and evaluative projects, as well as research from varied epistemological stances.

Fall Seminars begin Aug 30th!

The seminars are held Wednesday's at 4 PM EST. Please check back in early August for the upcoming semesters scheduled speakers and topics.

Upcoming Seminars & Events

Spring 2023 Schedule: Informatics Research Seminars


WK Sponsoring University Date Speaker Topic
1 Duke Jan 11 Jessica Tenenbaum, PhD The Situation Room: NC DHHS's Data Driven Pandemic Response
2 UNC-CH Jan 18 Tony Giberti, MBA

Measurably Improving Plan Performance in Commercial Populations with Claims Data

3 UNC-C Jan 25 Donald Jacobs, PhD Hypothesis Formation in Exploratory Discovery: Applications from Bacterial Resistance to Brain-Computer Interfaces
4 NCCU Feb 1 Lucretia Hoffman, MPH, MBA Statewide Emergency Management Procedures
5 ECU Feb 8 Prerna Dua, PhD Reflecting on the Impact COVID-19 on Health Informatics and Information Management Education
6 WFU Feb 15 Meredith C. B. Adams, MD, MS Mapping the Landscape For Pain and Opioid Health Data
7 Duke Feb 22 Eric Perakslis, PhD Privacy and the Internet in Contemporary Clinical Trials
8 UNC-CH Mar 1 Sam Edgemon, MS The Collaborative Effort to Create an Integrated National Biological Surveillance System to Help Decision Makers at All Levels Make Informed Decisions
9 UNC-C Mar 22 Vishnu Prabhu, PhD Integrating Extended Reality, Biosignals, and Artificial Intelligence for Improving Patient Outcomes
10 NCCU Mar 29 Timothy Mulrooney, PhD Geospatial Data Analysis Applications in Support of Health Informatics
11 ECU Apr 5 Benjamin Schooley, MBA, PhD Applying Informatics to Build Products that Matter - a Lesson in Starting Small and Going Big
12 WFU Apr 12 Brian J. Wells, MD, PhD External Validation of an EHR Prediction Model for Prediabetes in US Adults Using NHANES Data
13 Duke Apr 19 Genie McPeek Hinz, PhD 21st Century Cures Act: An Overview of Regulations, Implementation and Interoperability