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The in-person Research-in-Progress (RIP) sessions play an integral role for cultivating the vibrant intellectual environment that elevates our Department of Biomedical Informatics. RIPS provide our PhD students and postdocs an invaluable opportunity to learn how to present science, interact with their peers, and receive valuable suggestions and insightful feedback from faculty.  Students/Postdocs can learn more about RIP guidelines here.

Fall 2023 Speakers

September 14, 2023

Using Deep Learning to Identify Genetic Regulators of Metabolism
Pablo Maldonado Catala PI: Julio Facelli​
Bioinformatics of Selenocysteine Natural Products
Vladimir Vinnik PI: Julio Facelli​

September 21, 2023

Conceptualization of Trust in AI-based Clinical Decision Support Systems
Usman Sattar​ PI: Jorie Butler

September 28, 2023

Development of SpliceCluster: A New Tool to Discriminate Complexity in Similar Immune Cell Subsets in Single-Cell RNA Sequencing
Jared Andersen PI: Karen Eilbeck
Using Treatment-Resistant Machine Learning to Analyze Pediatric Patients with Epilepsy
Monika Baker​ PI: Karen Eilbeck

October 19th, 2023

Stress-Testing the Mendelian Phenotype Search Engine
Bennet Peterson PI: Mark Yandell
Explainable AI for Risk Stratification in Obstetrics
Raquel Reisinger PI: Mark Yandell