Date: 
Friday, May 19, 2017 - 1:00pm
Penn State Campus: 
University Park
Location or Building Name: 
127 Noll Lab

Join Penn State's Clinical and Translational Science Institute for "Integrative Analysis of Clinical, Biomedical, Socio-economic, Environmental + Behavioral Data: Exploring the Challenges + Opportunities" on Friday, May 19 from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. on the University Park Campus, Noll 127.

This event is an opportunity to discuss informatics plans for developing data access and use policy, compliant modular, extensible, reproducible work-flows, tools and secure computational infrastructure for assembly of data sets of clinical, biomedical, behavioral, environmental and other contextual data to support predictive modeling of individual and population health outcomes.

The afternoon is designed to be a discussion about some of the challenges, opportunities and to inform the next steps on this important topic.

Share ideas on capabilities that would enhance your research, what type of data you need access to and what access should look like.

Remote viewing available at: https://psu.zoom.us/j/740402538

Agenda:
Overview of Informatics Plans

  • Data access and use policy compliant, auditable, work-flows for integrating PaTH-EHR data with environmental and contextual data
  • Brief discussion of predictive and casual modeling tools, secure enclaves

Question + Answer/Discussion with all participants

Experience with integration of PaTH-EHR data with contextual data

Question + Answer/Discussion with all participants

Future directions, RFPs to target, pilot projects, open discussion