Workshops + Events

Browse the latest events sponsored by the Institute for Informatics and our partners.


The Institute for Informatics (I2) Research-in-Progress Lecture Series

This talk will feature Dr. Karen Joynt Maddox, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Cardiovascular Division at Washington University School of Medicine and Co-Director of Center for Health Economics and Policy. Dr. Joynt Maddox is a health services and health policy researcher whose specific research interests include: 1) Improving the measurement of the quality and efficiency of physicians, hospitals and health systems; 2) Understanding the impact of policy interventions on health care, with a focus on value-based and alternative payment models; and 3) Reducing disparities in care, with a focus on vulnerable populations including racial and ethnic minorities, individuals living in poverty, individuals with disabilities, frail elders, and those in rural areas. She will be presenting “Using Health Information Technology to Improve Health Insurance Literacy and Financial Toxicity.”

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Institute for Informatics (I2) &
School of Basic Medical Sciences
Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) Workshop

This workshop will introduce participants to basic concepts in clinical trial design, conduct and analysis. It will then introduce the ways in which healthcare information technology and informatics tools can be used to automate and improve the efficiency of clinical studies. In addition, participants will complete a series of hands-on exercises, focused on best practices for improving data quality and assessing technology functionality in the clinical research domain.

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Institute for Informatics (I2)
Third Annual Scientific Symposium

Registration is free and required.

Join the Institute for Informatics at Washington University in St. Louis for our third annual scientific symposium: Precision Health: When Personalized Medicine Gets Personal.

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From our

Mar. 23

AMIA 2020 Informatics Summit

The AMIA 2020 Informatics Summit is a dynamic activity continuously reflecting the changing nature of informatics, and it will focus on cutting edge research around four main areas: Translational Bioinformatics, Clinical Research Informatics, Implementation Informatics and Data Science. Attendees will experience content dedicated to these four areas in one integrated conference experience. The event runs March 23 – 26, 2020.

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