June 3 and 4, 2011
This two-day national medical informatics conference will explore recent advances to understand, improve and analyze the impact of medical data analysis on treating and better understanding human diseases. Health care professionals and clinical researchers will discuss and present new developments in determining efficient models to explore treatments and disease patterns related to major epidemic diseases such as cancer and HIV.
Speakers and Audience
Distinguished speakers and clinical researchers from around the nation will deliver keynote speeches related to the conference’s topics. Ample time will be provided for presentations, networking, and group discussions. While parallel sessions will mainly involve clinical researchers and health care professionals, the general public is welcome to attend keynote speeches, by registering here, without having to pay the conference fee. A limited number of complimentary tickets are available.