Our second episode of this year is fascinating. What do phenotypes, COVID, Cancer, Spiderman, and Jurassic Park have in common? Well, we talk about almost all of this in the episode, but I bring up Spiderman now, and the Peter Parker principle (With great power comes great responsibility....)
We welcome back Shannon Rich (@richones1), a regular on this show and a constant boost of energy and cynicism. Jane Bach (@janebach) also returns for this episode, with a great song that hints at the subtext of our conversation.
Wei QI Wei, PhD (@weiweiqi) is a national expert in phenotyping— the science of using analytics and natural language processing to uniquely identify subgroups of people in a medical record system who have specific defining characteristics.
Jane was kind enough to send me a fabulous recording of "I Am One" written by Jane Bach, Sandra Piller, Jeanie McQuinn. Vocals by Briana Tyson. Copyright Piller Sounds Music Publishing (ASCAP), Great Big River Music (BMI). Check out that lyric video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyKN0Gk2-3M
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Informatics and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Automated Resilience: Biomedical Informatics as a Safety Net for Life
AI and Medicine: The Slippery Slope to an Uncertain Future
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