Hoboken, New Jersey

 18th July 2019

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Theme:

Artificial Intelligence and the Digital Transformation of Healthcare

 

Description:

During this one-day event, we will bring together some of the leading organizations to explore, at a business level, how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning is fundamentally changing healthcare. AI is not replacing the need for humans; instead, it is helping machines do what they do best – performing repetitive tasks, analyzing huge data sets, and handling routine cases – and in the process, freeing up humans to handle complex problems, exercise judgement, and resolve ambiguous situations. This kind of emerging symbiosis between man and machine is unlocking the digital transformation of the healthcare ecosystem. AI's current and future impact will enable the transformation of medical and healthcare research and accelerate the diffusion of biomedical knowledge into common clinical practice and improve healthcare outcomes.

 

Location:

Stevens Institute of Technology
1 Castle Point Terrace
Hoboken, NJ 07030

The event will take place on the first floor of the Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. Center for Business and Technology Management in the Babbio Atrium and Babbio Center, room 122.

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Agenda:

Time Presentation Speaker(s)
8.30–9.15 Registration and Light Refreshments
9.15–9.30 Welcome Gregory Prastacos,
Stevens Institute of Technology
9.30–10.00

Industry–Academic Partnerships (Genesis Research and Stevens School of Business)

 

Chris Asakiewicz,
Stevens Institute of Technology
Frank Corvino
Genesis Research

10.00–10.30

Using NLP Techniques for Data Identification and Extraction from Pooled Research Resources.

Marko Zivkovic,
Genesis Research
Rong Liu,
Stevens Institute of Technology

10.30–11.00 Coffee Break
11.00–11.30 "Hello Julia" – An Interactive Look at My First Experience with the MIT Incubated Open Source Programming Language Richard Bryant,
MMS
11.30–12.00 A White House Challenge: Empowering Patients in Clinical Trial Matching Using CX and AI to Improve the Patient Experience Rebecca Laborde,
Oracle Health Sciences
12.00–1.00 Lunch Break
1.00–1.15 PhUSE Updates Chris Hurley,
PhUSE Americas Director
1.15–1.45

A Roadmap to Data Science

Iraj Mohebalian,
Bayer

1.45–2.15

Construction and Implementation of a Predictive Model to Identify Potential Fibromyalgia Patients

Jack Mardekian and Birol Emir,
Pfizer

2.15–3.00 Coffee Break
3.00–3.30 Phenotyping the Population-based Administrative Databases: Applications in Cancer, Heart Failure and Frailty Richard Baumgartner and Weifeng Xu,
Merck
3.30–4.00

Panel Discussion


Closing Remarks

Moderated by Chris Hurley,
PhUSE Americas Director

Chris Asakiewicz,
Stevens Institute of Technology

 

SDE Chair:

Chris Asakiewicz, Stevens Institute of Technology

If you have any questions, or require any information, please contact the SDE Chair.
 

Sponsors:



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Hotels

The hotels below offer a discounted rate for guests from Stevens:

Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel
500 Harbor Blvd, Weehawken, NJ 07086
(201) 617-5600
Corporate Rate Code: AZG 
 
W Hoboken(closest to the venue)
225 River St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 253-2400
Corporate Rate Code: AZG

 

 

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