Congrats to Malini Mahendra for getting her paper accepted into Critical Care Explorations: “Impact of Different Approaches to Preparing Notes for Analysis with Natural Language Processing on the Performance of Prediction Models in Intensive Care.”
Congratulations to Navchetan Kaur for getting her extensive review article, “Big Data in Nephrology,” published in Nature Reviews Nephrology.
Congratulations to Andrew Bishara for winning a new $250,000 Mentored Research Training Grant from the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research (FAER), titled “Real-time Prediction of Adverse Outcomes after Anesthesia”.
Congrats to Malini Mahendra for getting her paper accepted into Critical Care Explorations: “Impact of Different Approaches to Preparing Notes for Analysis with Natural Language Processing on the Performance of Prediction Models in Intensive Care”
Huge congrats to Thomas Peterson for getting his cross-UC diabetes therapies paper accepted by Diabetes Care.
Congrats to Rohit Vashisht for getting his paper on COVID-19 repurposing published.
Dvir Aran’s collaborative paper, with Steven Yuki’s lab, on the contribution of human splice factors on HIV infection, was published in PLoS Pathogens.
Congrats to Rohit Vashisht for having his letter on age- and sex-associated variations in the sensitivity of serological tests among patients infected by SARS-CoV2 accepted to JAMA Network Open.
Congrats to Dr. Charlotte Nelson for getting her paper on critical symptoms and physiological changes incurred during spaceflight published in Life.
Congrats to Thomas Peterson, Ayan Patel and Atul Butte for getting their cross-UC diabetes therapies paper accepted into Diabetes Care.
Nisarg Patel and Atul Butte characterize the U.S. digital therapeutics pipeline and highlight the emerging sector’s remaining regulatory, cybersecurity, data governance, and reimbursement challenges in npj Digital Medicine.
Congrats to Douglas Arneson, Matthew Elliott, Arman Mosenia, Boris Oskotsky, Rohit Vashisht, Travis Zack, Sam Solodar, Atul Butte, Vivek Rudrapatna and collaborators for having their work on CovidCounties published in Scientific Data.
Zicheng Hu’s manuscript is getting accepted into PNAS, and the preprint is available now on BioRxiv.
Douglas Arneson, Matthew Elliott, Arman Mosenia, Boris Oskotsky, Rohit Vashisht, Travis Zack, Paul Bleicher, Atul Butte, and Vivek Rudrapatna publish on CovidCounties, their interactive, real-time tracker of the COVID-19 pandemic in medRxiv.
Zicheng Hu’s grant proposal, “Pan-vaccine Analysis to Test the Impact of Cytomegalovirus on Vaccine Efficacy” was awarded under the UH2 mechanism.
Douglas Arneson, Atul Butte, Matthew Elliot, Arman Mosenia, Boris Oskotsky, Vivek Rudrapatna, Rohit Vashisht and Travis Zack collaborate with Paul Bleicher, founding CEO of OptumLabs, to create a website to display covid-19 statistics by county: CovidCounties.org.
Vivek Rudrapatna, Benjamin Glicksberg and Atul Butte are co-authors on a paper on the accuracy of medical billing data in the measurement of colorectal cancer screening rates in BMJ Open Quality.
Kelly Zalocusky, former postdoctoral scholar in the lab, accepts a position as Senior Data Scientist at Genentech.
Thomas Peterson starts a position as Director, UCSF REACH Informatics Core and as Assistant Adjunct Professor, Bakar Computational Health Sciences Institute and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (UCSF).
Sanchita Bhattacharya publishes on open-access clinical trial initiatives including ImmPort, in collaboration with Critical Path Institute researchers and a Clinical Pharmacologist at Pfizer. “Open Data for Clinical Pharmacology” in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics.
Matthew Elliott will enter the PhD program at UC Santa Cruz to work with Prof. David Haussler on an exciting project at the intersection of neuroscience and cancer research.
Thomas Peterson publishes an article entitled “Explanatory Model of Dry Eye Disease Using Health and Nutrition Examinations: Machine Learning and Network-Based Factor Analysis From a National Survey”, in the JMIR Medical Informatics.
Jieming Chen and Atul Butte’s work included in the huge release of cancer genomics studies in Nature.