Available on the American Society of Human Genetics' education resources is a CSER-developed Guide to Interpreting Genomic Reports, a just-in-time resource for non-geneticist physicians when receiving a genomic test report. This Toolkit's work was led by Sharon Plon from Baylor and Kelly East from HudsonAlpha, with support from the CSER Practitioner Education working group.
CSER at the American Medical Informatics Association 2017 Joint Summits!
CSER funded research will be presented at the upcoming American Medical Informatics Association 2017 Joint Summits. This joint summit, featuring both the AMIA Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) and Translational Bioinformatics (TBI) summits, is an opportunity to highlight new methodologies and tools to analyze and evaluate the ever increasing volume of biomedical research data, and to showcase the latest advances of bioinformatics in actual clinical care. AMIA 2017 Joint Summits will run from March 27 to March 30 in San Francisco, California, at the Parc 55 Hotel.
A full schedule of all presentations and posters can be found online. Mobile apps are also available for attendees to create their own personalized itinerary when attending the meeting.
Below is a list of CSER funded work that will be presented at AMIA 2017 Joint Summits. A copy of this presentation list can be found in PDF format here.
March 27, 2017
TBI Student Paper Competition - Design Recommendations for Pharmacogenomics Clinical Decision Support Systems. Time: 1:52pm - 2:14pm (PDT). Location: Cyril Magnin III.
- Maher Khelifi will be presenting on identified challenges of implementing clinical decision support (CDS) for pharmagocenomics in clinical practice, and suggested design guidelines and recommendations for new PGx-CDS tools.
March 28 2017
Oral Presentation - A Knowledge-based System for Intelligent Support in Pharmacogenomics Evidence Assessment: Ontology-driven Evidence Representation and Retrieval. Time: 2:36pm - 2:58pm (PDT). Location: Mission.
- Chiaju Lee will be presenting the results from piloting an implementation of a knowledge-based system to aid efficient evidence assessment in supporting decisions on adopting pharmacogenomics in clinical care.