MLBio+Laboratory Machine Learning in Biomedical Informatics

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Title: Modeling Precursors for Event Forecasting via Nested Multi-Instance Learning

Authors: Yue Ning, Sathappan Muthiah, Huzefa Rangwala and Naren Ramakrishnan

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Anveshi Charuvaka, Ph.D. who defended his thesis in Fall 2015 wins the CS Outstanding Graduate Student Award this Academic Year.

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Azad and Huzefa are presenting a tutorial at SIAM SDM 2016 in Miami, FL titled "Large Scale Hierarchical Classification: Foundations, Algorithms and Applications"

The links to the tutorial page are here:

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Congratulations to CS undergraduate student Ananya Dhawan for winning a 2016 OSCAR Student Excellence Award. He is working on a NSF funded medical cyber-physical research project under the mentorship of Professor Sikdar (Bioengineering Department) and Professors Kosecka and Rangwala of the CS department. Celebrations are on May 4, 2016. See for more details.

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Congratulations to Azad for winning the Summer Graduate Fellowship in 2016 from the Provost Office.

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Title: Real-time Classification of Hand Motions using Ultrasound Imaging of Forearm Muscles.

Authors: Akhlaghi, N., Baker, C.A. ; Lahlou, M. ; Zafar, H. ; Murthy, K.G. ; Rangwala, H.S. ; Kosecka, J. ; Joiner, W.M. ; Pancrazio, J.J. ; Sikdar, S.

Journal: IEEE Transactions in Biomedical Engineering


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Congratulations to Nikhil Muralidhar for successfully defending his Masters Thesis titled "RECOMMENDING TEMPORALLY RELEVANT NEWS CONTENT USING IMPLICIT FEEDBACK DATA: A TAG-BASED APPROACH"

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Kunal Sarkhel, B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics is working on developing a topic model for analyzing career related data.

Thanks to OSCAR for supporting his project.

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Title: Predicting Clinical Phenotype using OTU-based Metagenome Representation

Authors: Nathan LaPierre and Huzefa Rangwala

Workshop: Biological Data Mining and its Applications in Healthcare of the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM'15)

Location: Atlantic City, NJ

Dates: November, 2015.

Paper Attached

Congrats to Anveshi

25 Aug 2015
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Congratulations to Anveshi for successfully completing his Ph.D. defense!

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