Krishna Roskin, PhD, a new informaticist and immunobiologist at Cincinnati Children’s, is pairing computational methods with immunobiology to improve our understanding of the human immune system. One of his big ideas is to aggregate immune system data into an atlas
Surya Prasath, PhD, an expert in imaging informatics, image processing and computer vision, has joined the biomedical informatics team at Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati as an Assistant Professor. Previously with the University of Missouri-Columbia Department of Computer
Employees from diverse backgrounds wrapped themselves in vibrantly colored Indian clothes for the Diwali celebration on Nov. 10, hosted by Cincinnati Children’s Asian Cultural and Professional Group. Gajra Arya, applications specialist for the Division of Biomedical Informatics, helped organize the
Attendees at the American Medical Informatics Association’s (AMIA) 2017 Annual Symposium in Washington, DC Nov 4-8 will have several opportunities to meet faculty and students from the biomedical informatics team at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and Cincinnati Children’s
Diversity is our greatest strength: An invitation to participate! We passionately believe that diversity and inclusion are critical to advancing science. Diversity of thought creates the best ideas that can be incubated, grown, tested and expanded in many directions. We also
Three new faculty members recently joined the biomedical informatics team at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s: Kevin Dufendach, MD, Emily Miraldi, PhD, and Danny T. Y. Wu, PhD.
The 2016 Research Annual Report of the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation published in January celebrates the outstanding research contributions of its 951 faculty across 52 research divisions or centers. In its 168 pages, the report details facts and figures highlighting Cincinnati Children’s accomplishments as a powerhouse in the world of pediatric research.