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.
The Master’s in Health Information and Data Science is an industry-driven program, focused on current and emerging technologies that will inform healthcare.
Demystifying Biomedical Big Data: A User’s Guide
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ICBI’s 8th Annual Informatics & Data Science Symposium on Friday Oct 18th, 2019 at Georgetown University.
ICBI is a national leader in data science, clinical informatics, and health IT that seeks to build innovative partnerships to develop answers, tools, and solutions for complex health questions and problems. ICBI is part of a large academic medical center, providing unique access to patient data and an extensive community of researchers and clinicians across a range of disciplines.
ICBI’s core competency in health data science, advanced innovative technical capabilities and a track record of research accomplishments are well demonstrated in the center’s contribution to science, high impact publications and leadership of large biomedical programs impacting human health. With direct and exclusive access to over 4 million patient records from 10 MedStar Health hospitals, ICBI collaborates with world renowned investigators and works with NIH, FDA, DoD, and early-stage startup companies to support the full life cycle of healthcare data from collection to analysis to create impact through peer-reviewed articles product development. Rapid access to a diverse health data sources that include outpatient, inpatient, labs, imaging and other datasets, combined with ICBI developed methods and tools enables the Center to rapidly query real-world clinical and research data to provide data insights and improve patient outcomes. ICBI works with compliance, data governance offices and institutional review boards to ensure information security, patient confidentiality and HIPAA-compliant data access protocols.
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.
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.
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.
Our NLP Method ranked 1st in identifying clinical trials for patients with given molecular anomalies in the NIST TREC Precision Medicine competition.