Health Informatics Workshop: applications that use knowledge and data

Mizpor 30th floor, Eshkol Tower, University of Haifa

Organizers: Mor Peleg and Alexandra Kogan
Nov. 15, 2017




start time end time speaker title
9:00 9:30 -- Registration
9:30 9:40 Prof. Gad Landau
Head of the Caesarea Rotschild Institute
9:40 10:00 Mor Peleg, University of Haifa Goal oriented Ontology supported methodology for treatment of multimorbidities
10:00 10:20 Judith Somekh, University of Haifa and Technion A model-driven methodology for exploring complex disease comorbidities applied to autism spectrum disorder and inflammatory bowel disease
10:20 10:40 Max Topaz, University of Haifa Current trends in health natural language processing
10:40 11:00 Erez Shalom,Ruth Edry, Ben-Gurion University
Ruth Edry, Rambam Hospital
Completing clinical guideline knowledge: implications for methodological support
11:00 11:15 -- coffee break
11:15 11:35 Shai Shen-Orr, Technion In theory versus practice: Lessons learned on the utility and obstacles of using ontologies in a fast-paced fuzzy scientific domain
11:35 11:55 Efrat Shadmi, University of Haifa The correlation between the use of information systems and effective interventions: prevention of repeated hospitalizations
11:55 12:10 -- coffee break
12:10 12:30 Ayelet Ben-Sasson, University of Haifa The Smart Baby Diary: Using crowd-based developmental norms to track early child development
12:30 13:30 Samson Tu, Stanford Ontologies, Information Models, and Knowledge Bases: Their Representations and Uses