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AMP Weekend July 13 – 14, 2018

Thursday, July 12

8:00 – 10:00 pm On-Site Study Session (optional)
Cheng Wang, Sadegh Eghdami, Heitor Arakawa, Graduate Teaching Assistants
Darden Classroom 280

Friday, July 13

Continental breakfast available outside Darden Classroom 280

9:00 am – 5:00 pm Class

SYS 6043 Applied Optimization
Professor Peter Beling
Cheng Wang, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Darden Classroom 280
Learning Team Rooms 293 A – D & 294 B – D

12:00 pm Buffet lunch in the Abbott Center Dining Room

6:00 pm Tex-Mex Buffet on Flagler Court (rain site is the Abbott Center Dining Room)

7:00 pm Seminar with Dr. James H. Harrison, Jr. – Python: The Full Monty
Darden Classroom 280

Dr. James H. Harrison is Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Laboratory Informatics in the Department of Pathology at UVA, he has a secondary appointment in the Division of Biomedical Informatics, Department of Public Health Sciences, and he is Associate Director for Health Data Analytics in the UVA Data Science Institute. He also has a courtesy appointment in the Department of Systems and Information Engineering. Jim joined the faculty at the University of Virginia in 2005. He has ~20 years of experience in the field of medical informatics, including work in clinical laboratory information systems, electronic health records, clinical data analysis, clinical data standards, and World Wide Web development. He has received R01 and T15 funding as PI for work in informatics from the National Library of Medicine and the National Cancer Institute. He also contributes to the implementation and optimization of the Epic electronic health record in the UVA Health System, particularly as it relates to clinical research and clinical laboratory operations. He is active in medical data standards development and is a member of the HL7 standards organization (www.hl7.org), the Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Workgroup of the IHE (www.ihe.net), and the Health Information Technology Standards Advisory Committee of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Jim earned his B.S. in Chemistry from Furman University in Greenville, SC, his M.D. and a Ph.D. in Pharmacology at the Medical University of South Carolina, and did his residency in Pathology and a post-doctoral fellowship at Yale University. Prior to moving to Virginia he served on the faculties of Tulane University and the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Harrison’s areas of expertise include general clinical informatics and medical data standards, informatics curriculum development, programming (Python), XML, laboratory medicine, and pharmacology/pharmacokinetics. His research interests include clinical decision support, clinical process monitoring, time sequence analysis in medicine, clinical user interface design, modeling health-related data and documents, healthcare data mining, and biomedical research collaboration support.

Saturday, July 14

7:00 am Breakfast in the Abbott Center Dining Room

8:00 am – 4:00 pm Class

SYS 6045 Applied Probabilistic Modeling
Professor Steve Patek
Sadegh Eghdami, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Darden Classroom 280

12:00 pm Buffet lunch in the Abbott Center Dining Room