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April 19, 2022

Machine Learning Tools for Clinical Researchers: A Pragmatic Approach Event Series

This virtual seminar series will provide a background in the use of machine learning tools to answer clinical questions, understand the strengths and limitations of these methods, and examine real-world examples of machine learning methodology in clinical research. The series is co-sponsored by the UNC Core Center for Clinical Research and the UNC Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care.

November 23, 2021

InsideTraCS with Emily Pfaff, PhD

Emily Pfaff, PhD, is Co-director of Informatics and Data Science at NC TraCS. She has a PhD in Health Informatics and a master's in Information Science, both from UNC. Her primary expertise and research interests are in "computable phenotyping" and clinical data modeling in support of translational research. We recently spoke with Pfaff about improving/refining health data collection and analysis, COVID research, and the role of informatics in solving today's pressing health problems.