Join us as Dr. Nick Tsinoremas, Founding Director of IDSC and Vice Provost for Research Computing and Data, leads an important discussion to learn more about: Read more “Move Beyond Data Collection: Practical Perspectives for Researchers 11/17”
The University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) is pleased to partner with the Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus, School of Engineering and Design Technology (“EnTec”) in offering MDC students a glimpse into the world of Data Visualization and Data Journalism through the eyes of IDSC Director of Visualization, Dr. Alberto Cairo. Read more “Miami Dade College Data Visualization Webinar 3/30 features Alberto Cairo”
Dr. Ken Goodman opened the fourth session in the Meet A Data Scientist lecture series on January 13, 2021 from 4:00-5:00 PM with a talk on how data science works to reduce ignorance, uncertainty, and the harboring of false beliefs, and to correct previous mistakes. Read more “Catch the Replay: Meet A Data Scientist with Dr. Ken Goodman”
Chris Mader, IDSC Software Engineering Director will present an overview of the recent project to develop the xSAT eXperimental Situational Awareness Tool in a webinar on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, 3:00-4:00 PM on Zoom. Read more “xSAT COVID-19 Early Detection WEBINAR 9/8/2020”
From contact tracing to communicating with the public, the COVID-19 pandemic presents ethical challenges to data professionals. Dr. Nick Tsinoremas, IDSC Founding Director, moderated a July 23, 2020 online discussion on “Data Ethics during COVID-19” with Brian Lee, Senior Advisor, Informatics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Office of the Chief Information Officer; Kenneth Goodman, PhD, Founder and Director, UM Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy, and Director, Data Ethics and Society, IDSC; and Soyeon Ahn, PhD, Chair and Professor, Department of Educational and Psychological Studies (EPS) in the School of Education & Human Development.
The University Research Informatics Data Environment, or URIDE, is a web-based platform that aggregates and visualizes de-identified data from the UHealth UChart system. With URIDE, clinical research investigators and their teams can easily explore demographics, diagnoses, procedures, vitals, medications, labs, notes, allergies, comorbidities, locations, physicians, and much more. URIDE can also help you design your study, help with feasibility analysis, grant submission, and applications in which population assessments need to be conducted. Read more “WEBINAR How to Use UChart Data through URIDE 8/12/2020”