• Cutting-edge Research

    Cutting-edge Research

    The Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics (ICBI) is a hub for cutting-edge research in biomedical informatics that will enhance research and educate the next generation of scientists and physicians.

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  • Enabling Systems Medicine

    Enabling Systems Medicine

    ICBI members collaborate with experts in the fields of Oncology, Neurology, Endocrinology, Pediatrics, Neonatology and other clinical specialties to develop informatics tools and resources in support of Systems Medicine.

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  • Informatics Knowledge Sharing

    Informatics Knowledge Sharing

    ICBI responds to a growing need to ensure that the clinicians, researchers, and students have ready access to education and training opportunities in biomedical informatics through think tanks, symposia, and degree programs.

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  • Multi-disciplinary

    Multi-disciplinary

    Members bring a variety of diverse backgrounds and research to address key challenges in Systems Medicine. These unique areas of interest allow for the exchange of ideas and discovery, creating a dynamic research environment.

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Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics

Welcome Dr. Shaojun Tang!

We are extremely pleased to welcome Shaojun Tang, PhD, an accomplished Bioinformatics Scientist, as a new faculty member of ICBI.  Dr. Shaojun Tang joined ICBI in January 2016. His research primarily focuses on the development of tools and methods for the analysis of cancer immunotherapy data, including breast cancer and melanoma datasets. Dr. Tang is also interested in the study of multi-'omics' data using various machine learning tools. Further areas of substantive interest include splicing analysis, biomarker discovery and health informatics data mining.  Learn more...

 

Welcome Dr. Vishakha Sharma!

We are extremely pleased to welcome Vishakha Sharma, PhD, an accomplished Computer Scientist, as a new Postdoctoral Research Fellow of ICBI.  Dr. Vishakha Sharma joined ICBI in January 2016.  Her doctoral research focuses on programming languages and their applications to computational biology and systems modeling. As a part of her doctoral research, she has designed and implemented BioScape, a high-level modeling and simulation language for the stochastic simulation of biological and biomedical systems, as well as developed various computational models such as drug response in breast cancer, JAK-STAT signal transduction pathway, pH-triggered antibacterial coatings, bifunctional surfaces, intracellular viral transport, and effects of counterfeit components in the performance of a complex multi-component system.  Learn more... 

 

Annual Biomedical Informatics Symposium

The Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics hosts an annual scientific symposium at Georgetown University. The 4th annual event was held on Friday, October 16, 2015, at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center. Isaac Kohane, MD, PhD from Harvard University delivered the keynote address at this year’s symposium, which showcased exciting advances in the areas of molecular medicine, health data analytics, and related state-of-the-art technologies. The free, one-day event included talks by academic, industry, and government leaders in clinical and translational sciences who highlighted applications of informatics science and tools to advance precision medicine. The symposium brought together a dynamic community of innovators, research scientists, clinicians, program managers, educators, and students to exchange ideas and learn new methodologies. This event also provided an opportunity to network and socialize with colleagues during the evening reception and poster session. To see highlights from this year's event read more...

 

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