CASE STUDY: PARKINSON DISEASE ONTOLOGY Applying New Methods to Biomedical Data to Provide Critical Insights

A session at 5th National Summit on Data Analytics for Healthcare

Friday 9th December, 2016

3:30pm to 4:00pm (EST)

The availability of biomedical data from different data sources makes necessitates new methods that enable both clinicians and researchers to access information that is not only meaningful in their assessments but also provides critical insights. Text mining when used in conjunction with domain specific ontology (e.g. WordNet) provides more meaningful insights since it has already reduced the ambiguity that is prevalent in your databases. Source strategies on how to:

-Apply ontologies in the field of neuroinformatics, specifically on Parkinson's Disease
-Capture tacit knowledge
-Integrate a knowledge map

Leverage biomedical data to improve your insights.

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Time 3:30pm4:00pm EST

Date Fri 9th December 2016

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