“The Rapidly Growing Field of Natural Language Processing (NLP)”
Natural Language Processing (NLP), an exciting and rapidly growing field, focuses on extracting meaning from clinical texts (like discharge notes or scientific literature). The Stein Family Symposium brings researchers and data scientists together to discuss developing approaches and applications of NLP in clinical settings. Speakers plan to discuss the use of NLP with vocabularies grounded in different clinical disciplines.
Join the Symposium facilitator and Stein Family Fellow, Paulina Sockolow, DrPH, MS, MBA, associate professor, health systems and sciences research department, to learn more of this interesting topic and to participate in an exchange of ideas.
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
11 a.m. Speakers
Three Parkway, Room 1043
Guest speakers include:
David Gefen, PhD, Provost Distinguished Research Professor, academic director of the doctorate in Business Administration Program, Decision Sciences and MIS, LeBow College of Business
Maxim Topaz, PhD, RN, MA, postdoctoral research fellow, Harvard Medical School
Jake Williams, PhD, assistant professor, Information Science, College of Computing & Informatics
Space is limited.
If planning to attend, please respond by clicking here no later than Wednesday, May 23.