AI Health Data Studio: Session 1 Introduction to Data Studios: An overview of Duke’s clinical data landscape

February 10, 2022
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Event sponsored by:

AI Health
+DataScience (+DS)
Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
Computer Science
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
Office of Information Technology (OIT)
Pratt School of Engineering





Ursula Rogers; Senior Informaticist, Duke AI Health
This one-hour virtual seminar will introduce researchers to the landscape of data sources with existing Duke medical data. This first session will be a high-level overview of the types of data and multiple resources available to investigators at Duke. Attendees will learn about what data is available, where it can be found, use case examples, and how to request access. A recording of this video will be later available for anyone unable to join the live session. This session is part of the AI Health Data Studio series in spring 2022, hosted by Ursula Rogers, Ricardo Henao, and Shelley Rusincovitch. Starting with the February 10 overview, the follow-on weekly seminars will go into deeper detail on each of the data resources, and introduce participants to the many experts and resources available at Duke. The data studios are designed for investigators who are considering working with medical data at Duke, especially applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence, but may not be sure where to begin. We especially encourage Duke early-stage investigators and campus-based researchers to attend. Register here:

AI Health Data Studio