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.

The seminars are held Wednesday's at 4 PM EST, please see schedule below.

Upcoming Seminars & Events

Spring 2024 Schedule: Informatics Research Seminars

Week Site Date Speaker Topic
1 Duke 1/10 W. E. Hammond, PhD What Might The Future Bring?
2 UNC-CH 1/17 Thomas Lynn, MD Building Clinical Informatics Tools to Move
Organizations from Fee for Service to Fee
For Value
3 Duke 1/24 Mina Boazak, MD, MMCi AI In Healthcare: Why You Should Pay Attention
4 NCCU 1/31 Lily Chen PhD, MA, CNE, RN Mental Health In Immigrant Chinese Communities
5 ECU 2/7 Carlos Perez-Aldana, PhD Applying Informatics to Analyze Online Support Communities
6 WFU 2/14 Seda Camalan, PhD Machine Learning in Otoscopy: A Breakthrough
for Accurate Pediatric Ear Disease Diagnosis
7 Duke 2/21 Todd Quartiere, MMCi Responsible AI
8 UNC-CH 2/28 Chris DeRienzo, MD, MPP Healthcare is late to digital transformation.
Break 3/6      
Break 3/13      
9 NCCU 3/20 Siobahn Day Grady, PhD

Empowering Equity through AI: Insights from Education, Innovation, and Research

10 UNC-C 3/27 Sunil Erevelles, PhD Genomics Segmentation and It's Artificial Intelligence Future
11 ECU 4/3 Sue Feldman, RN, MEd, PhD, FACMI Increasing Access to Addiction Care Through Telemedicine
12 WFU 4/10 Arezoo Movaghar, PhD AI-Assisted Pre-screening for Fragile X-associated Disorders
13 Duke 4/17 Matthew Englehard, PhD Methods for Early Prediction of Neurodevelopmental Conditions from the Electronic Health Record