Data Science for Child Health - inaugural symposium

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Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

30 Guilford Street

Leolin Price Lecture Theatre

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PPP Data Science Symposium

Leolin Price Lecture Theatre

27th February 2020, 10.00-13.00, Leolin Price Lecture Theatre



Join us for the inaugural UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health Data Science Symposium! Learn about the ground-breaking research using big and complex healthcare data carried out at the Institute and beyond. This symposium is part of the UCL GOS ICH Data Science Strategy.

Convenor: Dr Pia Hardelid

Keynote speaker: Professor Sarah Walker

Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology (University of Oxford and University College London)

Title: Using different types of routinely collected electronic health record data for infectious diseases surveillance

Abstract: Vast amounts of data are routinely collected on individuals interacting with the healthcare environment. Yet infectious diseases surveillance has historically predominantly been based on manual data collection through bespoke systems. Widespread use of universal patient identifiers such as NHS numbers provides the opportunity to easily link data from inpatient admissions and pathology (including microbiology and blood test results), substantially increasing the scope of infectious disease surveillance. Illustrative examples demonstrate both this potential and some major pitfalls.


09.50 -10.00 Welcome and introduction


10.00 – 10.40 Short-fire presentations on new, cutting-edge data science projects

Dr Michelle Heys, Senior Clinical Lecturer (UCL GOS ICH)

Neotree

Dr Silke Gastine, research fellow, (UCL GOSH ICH)

Application of PK/PD Modelling to optimize Antibiotic Treatment in Neonates and young Infants.

Dr Pau Puigdevall-Costa, BRC Research fellow (UCL GOSH ICH)

Genetic background effects in human iPSCs and iPSC-derived cell types

Dr Pia Hardelid, Associate Professor of Epidemiology (UCL GOS ICH)

PICNIC study

10.40 – 11.40 Ground-breaking results

Dr Ania Zylbersztejn, Research Associate (UCL GOS ICH)

Why do children die? Using administrative linked data to inform policy priorities

Professor Neil Sebire, Professor of Paediatric and Developmental Pathology (UCL GOS ICH & Great Ormond Street Hospital)

Using real world clinical data for research; role of a digital research environment

Dr Claire Deakin, Senior Research Associate (UCL GOS ICH)

Emulating the target trial for a second-line treatment in a rare disease when a clinical trial wouldn’t be feasible

11.40 – 12.00 Networking and refreshments

12.00 – 13.00 Keynote Lecture

Professor Sarah Walker

Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology (University of Oxford and University College London)

Using different types of routinely collected electronic health record data for infectious diseases surveillance

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30 Guilford Street

Leolin Price Lecture Theatre

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