9 episodes

The BMI Roundtable Podcast brings you news and insights from the fast-moving world of biomedical informatics, with hosts Dr. Jason Moore and Dr. Marylyn Ritchie of the University of Pennsylvania. Get episode details at http://bmipodcast.org/

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The BMI Roundtable Podcast brings you news and insights from the fast-moving world of biomedical informatics, with hosts Dr. Jason Moore and Dr. Marylyn Ritchie of the University of Pennsylvania. Get episode details at http://bmipodcast.org/

    Episode 8: COVID-19 Data Science

    Episode 8: COVID-19 Data Science

    In this ninth episode, we discuss the analysis of COVID-19 testing and surveillance data with guest host Dr. Jeff Morris from the University of Pennsylvania who is the founder and author of the popular COVID-19 Data Science blog. We also discuss several high-profile papers retracted from the New England Journal of Medicine and The Lancet for possible data fraud. Finally, we discuss different philosophical approaches to running a research lab. We include our usual news and items of interest.

    Show notes and links
    http://bmipodcast.org/podcast/episode-8-covid-19-data-science/

    • 1 hr 40 min
    Episode 7: Informatics Consortia

    Episode 7: Informatics Consortia

    In this eighth episode, we discuss the pros and cons of participating in research consortia. Our journal club segment features a paper from Nature Machine Intelligence on machine learning analysis of COVID-19 data. We present the sci-kit learning resource in our software segment and present a nice source of open data for COVID-19. We also cover a number of news items. Finally, we discuss 10 tips for giving a great scientific presentation in our training segment.

    Show notes:
    http://bmipodcast.org/podcast/episode-7-informatics-consortia/

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Episode 6: The Metaverse

    Episode 6: The Metaverse

    In this seventh episode, we discuss how informaticians can help respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. We present the Avida software for artificial life and the Google Dataset Search tool that gives you access to more than 25 million datasets. We offer some advice to trainees on work-life balance during the pandemic and feature Dr. Philip Payne from Washington University in our informatician spotlight. We also discuss several news items and the metaverse.
    See the show notes for more details and links:
    http://bmipodcast.org/podcast/episode-6-the-metaverse/

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Episode 5: Evolutionary Computation

    Episode 5: Evolutionary Computation

    In this sixth episode, we discuss evolutionary computation and review a paper with guest host Dr. Moshe Sipper from Ben-Gurion University in Israel. In our training advice segment, we discuss tips for asking questions at scientific talks. We also present several interesting news items and mention some upcoming conferences and deadlines.

    For show notes and links, see http://bmipodcast.org/podcast/evolutionary-computation/

    • 1 hr 41 min
    Episode 4 - Leadership Skills

    Episode 4 - Leadership Skills

    In this fifth episode, we discuss strategies for motivating junior faculty and discuss a review paper on visual analytics. Finally, in our training advice segment, we discuss the qualities and skill found in effective leaders. We also present several interesting news items and mention some upcoming conferences and deadlines.

    Show notes with links:
    http://bmipodcast.org/podcast/episode-4-leadership-skills/

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Episode 3: Informatics Journals

    Episode 3: Informatics Journals

    In this fourth episode, we discuss top informatics journals and a paper on deep phenotyping in the EHR. We also discuss the PhenX toolkit in our open data segment. Finally, in our training advice segment, we discuss “How to deal with someone else having my idea especially when they do it first”. We also present several interesting news items and mention some upcoming conferences and deadlines.
    Show notes: http://bmipodcast.org/podcast/informatics-journals/

    • 1 hr 40 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

nephrogal ,

Needed topic

Really enjoying this podcast so far! Especially liked hearing two people at the top of their game discuss imposter syndrome, share tips on efficiency etc. A podcast covering the biomedical informatics space is definitely needed.

Jmillz86 ,

Comments from a postdoc

It was great to hear two experts discuss emerging areas in biomedical informatics. I also really like their tips for time management. I can’t wait for future episodes, keep up the great work!!!

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