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    The Amsterdam Medical Data Science Group meetings are supported by The Right Data Right Now consortium, which includes Amsterdam UMC, OLVG, Vrije Universiteit, Pacmed, and the Amsterdam Economic Board.

    Our main goals is to connect healthcare with data science.

    Medical data is abundant and may be used to benefit the health of future patients. This comes with significant technical, administrative, legal and organisational challenges. Most importantly, doctors and data scientists do not currently always understand each other very well. Or they do not know each other at all. We intend to change that to improve medical data science and patient care.

    Please join our Amsterdam Medical Data Science group if you want to be on board!

    Data and Pizza Meetings

    Please join us if you like data, pizza or both. At every meeting we will discuss everything medical data science. This includes interesting projects, papers and the latest developments. This is where doctors meet data scientists and vice versa. It is a great opportunity to learn, meet like-minded health care professionals, researchers and data scientists, get feedback on your own projects and have some fun. Did we mention there is pizza?

    More information: https://www.meetup.com/amsterdam-medical-data-science.

    Read here the English reports of all past meetups:

    1 – August 21st, 2018:   Data plus pizza meeting

    Luca Roggeveen, MD
    Mark Hoogendoorn, PhD

    2 – September 18th, 2018: 2nd Data plus pizza meeting

    Patrick Thoral, MD
    Hidde Hovenkamp, MSc
    Amin Tabatabaei, PhD

    3 – October 16th, 2018: 3rd Data plus pizza meeting

    Bart Geerts, MD, PhD
    Annette ten Teije, PhD

    4 – November 20th, 2018: 4th Data plus pizza meeting

    Hine van Os, MD
    Doud Sie, PhD

    5 – December 18th, 2018: 5th Data plus pizza meeting

    Bart Westerman, PhD
    Henk Marquering, MD, PhD

    2019

    6 – Januari 15th 2019: 6th Data plus Pizza meeting

    Ronald Petru, MD, PhD
    Martijn Schut, PhD

    7 – February 19th 2019 : 7th Data plus Pizza meeting

    Mathieu Komorowski, MD

    8 – March 19th 2019: 8th Data plus Pizza meeting

    Sanne Abeln
    Kai Lønning

    9 – April 16th 2019: 9th Data plus Pizza meeting

    Ari Ercole, University of Cambridge, UK
    Machine Learning for Intensive Care Medicine

    Ronald Cornet, Amsterdam UMC, Location AMC
    From care data to FAIR data

    10 –  May 21th 2019: 10th Data plus Pizza meeting: Special Edition Speeddating for doctors & data scientists

    Prof. dr. Guus Schreiber, dean Faculty of Science (VU)

    Sorry, ik kon geen tekst vinden bij .* Pitches:
    – Michael Kemna (TU Delft) – The Netflix Experience for Hospitals
    – Edwin Geleijn (Amsterdam UMC) – Text Mining to Prevent Falls
    – Brian Doelkahar – (ABN AMRO) Anomaly Detection Model within Health Care
    – Helen Gosselt – (Amsterdam UMC) Therapeutic Drug Monitoring of MTX in Rheumatoid Arthritis
    – Annanina Koster (Ynformed) – Predicting PROMS for Shared Decision Making

    Sorry, ik kon geen tekst vinden bij .* Intermezzo
    Prof. dr. Armand Girbes, head Intensive Care (Amsterdam UMC)

    Sorry, ik kon geen tekst vinden bij .* Key Note Lecture: aI Amsterdam
    Jeroen Maas, Amsterdam Economic Board

    Sorry, ik kon geen tekst vinden bij .* Pitches:
    – Patrick Thoral (Amsterdam UMC) – Save a Life: Predicting Serious Adverse Events
    – Martijn Schut (Amsterdam UMC) – Mining with Meaning
    – Patrycja Książek (Amsterdam UMC) – Pupillometry to Detect Listening Effort
    – Tom van den Bosch (Amsterdam UMC) – Predicting Complications after Cancer Surgery
    – Melvyn Roerdink (Amsterdam UMC) – HoloLens Mixed Reality for Alleviating Freezing of Gait in Parkinson’s Disease

    11- June 18th 2019 – 11th Data plus Pizza meeting

    Deep learning for Tumor Response Evaluation
    Geert Kazemier (Surgery, Amsterdam UMC)
    Why you should use our Research Infrastructure
    Arno Sinjewel (ICT, Amsterdam UMC)

    12 – September 17th 2019 – 12th Data plus Pizza meeting

    Deep Learning for Outcome Prediction in Postanoxic Coma
    Marleen Tjepkema (Neurology, MS Twente)
    Wearables for health
    Daryl Autar (Wavy, Amsterdam)

    13 – October 15th 2019 – 13rd Data plus Pizza meeting

    Learning to understand patient language
    Zoltán Szlávik (myTomorrows)
    Machine Learning at the Intensive Care
    Luca Roggeveen (Intensive Care, Amsterdam UMC)

    14 – November 19th 2019 – Joint AMDS/ADS Data plus Pizza meeting

    Aart van Halteren – Personalized Body Activity Programs
    Peter Bosman – Evolutionary Intelligence in Medicine
    Patrick Thoral – From models to the beside
    Ewoud Pons – Creating Value for Patients

    15 – December 17th 2019 – 15th Data plus Pizza meeting

    Machine learning to determine regional changes in right ventricular morphology from MRI images – Azar Kianzad (Pulmonology, Amsterdam UMC)
    Semantics-driven decision support and patient pathway identification – Ewoud Pons (Elsevier, Amsterdam)

    In 2020 all meet-ups will be bi-monthly. The next Meetups are planned:

    • 18 februari 2020
    • 21 april 2020
    • 16 juni 2020
    • 15 september 2020
    • 17 november 2020

    About Amsterdam Medical Data Science

    The Medical Data plus Pizza meeting aims to bridge the gap between health professionals and data scientists by bringing both together in an informal setting for presentations and pizza. At Amsterdam UMC data scientists, medical professionals and researchers discuss how AI (Artificial Intelligence) and medical data can be used to benefit patients and improve medical practices. Since it’s launch in August 2018 it has steadily grown in popularity with more and more people attending to hear the latest news and innovations in medical data and spark new collaborations.

    For more reports from previous Medical Data plus Pizza Meet-ups, click here.

    The Amsterdam Medical Data Science Group meetings are supported by The Right Data Right Now consortium, which includes Amsterdam UMC, OLVG, Vrije Universiteit, Pacmed, Smart Health Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Economic Board.

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