Computational Health Science Workshop

Held in conjunction with the
  6th ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics
Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 9 September 2015

Computational Health Science (CHS) represents the application of innovative computer science tools, including social media and data mining, to address health-related questions and problems. It integrates the analytical strengths and skills of health scientists and computer scientists, supported by complementary expertise from other researchers and practitioners as applicable (e.g., psychologists, sociologists). The goal of CHS is to better understand how technology can affect human interactions and enhance supporting environments by conducting innovative research that will inform future practice directed at changing health behavior through improved surveillance, communication, networking and targeted intervention.

Final Program

8:30 Welcome

8:45 Invited Contribution
9:30 Paper Session
10:30 Break

11:00 Invited Contribution
11:45 Panel Discussion
12:45 Wrap-up

13:00 Lunch

Program Committee

Nitin Agarwal (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA)
Jérôme Azé (LIRMM, France)
Michael Barnes (Brigham Young University, USA)
Michael Chary (Mt. Sinai Hospital, USA)
Emilio Ferrara (Indiana University, USA)
Carl Hanson (Brigham Young University, USA)
Jenine Harris (Washington University in St. Louis, USA)
Xia Hu (Arizona State University, USA)
Stephen Jeffares (University of Birmingham, UK)
Vasileios Lampos (University College London, UK)
Bing Liu (Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
Huan Liu (Arizona State University, USA)
Amit Saha (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA)
Glen Szczypka (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
Josh West (Brigham Young University, USA)
Elad Yom-Tov (Microsoft Research, USA)


Sherry Emery
Institute for Health Research and Policy
Health Media Collaboratory, Director
University of Illinois at Chicago (MC 275)

Christophe Giraud-Carrier
Department of Computer Science
Computational Health Science Collaborative
Brigham Young University