Past Data Studio Presentations

Spring 2022 Studios

Date Investigator Project Title

3/30

 

Data Studio Office Hour 

Zoom Access

Registration for the Data Studio Office Hour is not available on this occasion because the slots have been reserved. Given that this is our first meeting for the Spring Quarter, we will review the syllabus for Data Studio (BIODS 232) with the enrolled students and present a brief introductory lecture from 1:30 until 2:00 PM. We have investigators registered for Office Hour consultations from 2:00 until 3:00 PM. You are welcome to observe the session.

Abstract (PDF)

4/6

 

Sophia Chernikova, PhD,  Senior Research Scientist, Department of Neurosurgery

Zoom Access

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

The Data Studio Workshop brings together a biomedical investigator with a group of experts for an in-depth session to solicit advice about statistical and study design issues that arise while planning or conducting a research project. This week, the investigator(s) will discuss the following project with the group.

Do cell migration inhibitors delay brain metastasis in breast cancer patients?

Abstract (PDF)

4/13

Ann Hsing, PhD, Professor (Research) of Medicine, Stanford Prevention Research Center 

Zoom Access

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

The Data Studio Workshop brings together a biomedical investigator with a group of experts for an in-depth session to solicit advice about statistical and study design issues that arise while planning or conducting a research project. This week, the investigator(s) will discuss the following project with the group.

Well-being and Heart-Rate-Variability-derived Stress Levels: A Pilot Study of Continuous Real-time Data Capture Through Wearable Technology

Abstract (PDF)

4/20

 

Lucas Vitzthum, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Radiation Oncology

Zoom Access

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

The Data Studio Workshop brings together a biomedical investigator with a group of experts for an in-depth session to solicit advice about statistical and study design issues that arise while planning or conducting a research project. This week, the investigator(s) will discuss the following project with the group.

Isotoxic Hypofractionation to Personalize Radiation for Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

Abstract (PDF)

4/27

 

Data Studio Office Hour 

 

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

This week, Data Studio holds office hours for your data science needs.  The Data Studio Office Hour brings together a series of biomedical investigators with a group of experts for brief individualized sessions to solicit advice about a statistical and study design issue that arises while planning or conducting a research project. Biomedical Data Science faculty are available to provide assistance with your research questions. 

Reserve a Data Studio Office Hour session by completing the Registration Form. Sessions are at least 15 minutes long but might be extended at the discretion of the coordinator. If you register for a session, please be present at the start time on Wednesday.

Abstract (PDF)

5/4

Data Studio Office Hour 

 

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

This week, Data Studio holds office hours for your data science needs.  The Data Studio Office Hour brings together a series of biomedical investigators with a group of experts for brief individualized sessions to solicit advice about a statistical and study design issue that arises while planning or conducting a research project. Biomedical Data Science faculty are available to provide assistance with your research questions. 

Reserve a Data Studio Office Hour session by completing the Registration Form. Sessions are at least 15 minutes long but might be extended at the discretion of the coordinator. If you register for a session, please be present at the start time on Wednesday.

Abstract (PDF) 

5/11

Elizabeth Mayne, MD, PhD, Instructor in Neurology

Zoom Access

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

The Data Studio Workshop brings together a biomedical investigator with a group of experts for an in-depth session to solicit advice about statistical and study design issues that arise while planning or conducting a research project. This week, the investigator(s) will discuss the following project with the group.

Of Mice and Strokes

Abstract (PDF)

5/18 

Murli Manohar, PhD, Basic Life Research Scientist, Pediatric Gastroenterology 

Zoom Access

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

The Data Studio Workshop brings together a biomedical investigator with a group of experts for an in-depth session to solicit advice about statistical and study design issues that arise while planning or conducting a research project. This week, the investigator(s) will discuss the following project with the group.

Potenrial Diagnostic Biomarkers for Pancreatitis

Abstact (PDF)

5/25

Data Studio Office Hour 

Zoom Access

Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

 

This week, Data Studio holds office hours for your data science needs.  The Data Studio Office Hour brings together a series of biomedical investigators with a group of experts for brief individualized sessions to solicit advice about a statistical and study design issue that arises while planning or conducting a research project. Biomedical Data Science faculty are available to provide assistance with your research questions. 

Abstract (PDF)

6/1 

Vikram Fielding-Singh, MD

Jai Madhok, MD

Melissa Vogelsong, MD

Department of Anesthesiology, Periperative, and Pain Medicine -- Cardiac Division

Zoom Access


Room x393, Medical School Office Building, 1265 Welch Road. 

The Data Studio Workshop brings together a biomedical investigator with a group of experts for an in-depth session to solicit advice about statistical and study design issues that arise while planning or conducting a research project. This week, the investigators will discuss the following project with the group.

Updating Surgical Risk Prediction Models Using Length of Stay

Abstract (PDF)

Winter 2022 Studios

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