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  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Biomedical Informatics
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Biomedical Informatics Resrch

Current Courses

Spring 2020

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    Location: 421 WA 1470 (421 WA 1470)
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Courses I Teach

  • BMI 6300 - Medical Decision-Making and Knowledge Engineering
    Quantitative and symbolic approaches to medical decision-making. Statistical methods (discriminant functions, Bayes theorem), decision analysis, utility theory, artificial intelligence, and expert systems. Survey of operational decision-making systems; strengths and weaknesses of a group of approaches. Expert system techniques used in medical decision-making. Conceptual framework for computer-based medical decision-making. Student works with an expert in a medical discipline to conceive and develop an operational expert system.