Early Flu Season Found Lurking in Social Data

Early Flu Season Found Lurking in Social Data
Liz Gannes, allthingsd.com

A small start-up called Sick­weath­er says pub­lic tweets and Face­book mes­sages helped it declare an early start to this year’s U.S. flu sea­son, six weeks before the CDC.

Baltimore-based Sick­weath­er tweet­ed about the early flu sea­son on O…

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Personally experiencing the nightmare of health IT

Robots, iPhones, and Windows XP—a personal journey through hospital IT
Sean Gallagher, arstechnica.com

On the Sunday after Thanksgiving, I rushed my wife to the emergency room at Baltimore’s Sinai Hospital. What she thought was just the stomach bug du jour turned out to be a life-threatening condition that would take her to nearly every corn…

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JHU 7th Annual Biotech Research Symposium live webcast

English: Photograph of first medical school gr...
English: Photograph of first medical school graduating class of Johns Hopkins University, 1897. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr. Jonathan Pevsner will be discussing “Bioinformatics approach to understanding childhood brain disorders“.  Dr. Pevsner is an Associate Professor at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and holds a Primary Faculty Appointment at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Please join us for our 7th Annual Research Symposium online.
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