• SAPB Late Night & Weekends: Laser Tag
    August 27 8:00pm
    This event provides an opportunity for students to connect with each other on campus. It also provides an opportunity for students to have fun and relax after the first week of school. This event will have a laser tag arena, food, and other games.  more »
  • IUPUI Discovers Indy
    August 28 2:00pm
    Register for this great event to spend the day explore new places in Indianapolis and learn what this great city has to offer. more »
  • Student Support Centers Resource Fair
    August 29 8:00am
    The Student Support Centers Resource Fair will include academic support services from around the IUPUI campus.  Groups will share program information, discuss valuable material from their area, and answer any questions.  Students will gain an increased awareness of academic resources on campus that can assist them in their academic suc more »
  • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
    August 29 12:30pm
    Target Audience: First- and second-year graduate students in STEM and STEM education; undergraduate seniors planning to enroll in STEM or STEM education graduate programs This session will introduce interested first- and second-year graduate students and undergraduate seniors to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fe more »
  • iMovie: The Basics
    August 29 1:00pm
      This workshop lasts 2 hours. This webinar will cover how to do basic tasks in iMovie, such as import video, cut and edit clips, add transitions, and more   more »
Saturday, August 27, 2016
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    • SAPB Late Night & Weekends: Laser Tag
      August 27 8:00pm
      This event provides an opportunity for students to connect with each other on campus. It also provides an opportunity for students to have fun and relax after the first week of school. This event will have a laser tag arena, food, and other games.  more »
    • IUPUI Discovers Indy
      August 28 2:00pm
      Register for this great event to spend the day explore new places in Indianapolis and learn what this great city has to offer. more »
    • Student Support Centers Resource Fair
      August 29 8:00am
      The Student Support Centers Resource Fair will include academic support services from around the IUPUI campus.  Groups will share program information, discuss valuable material from their area, and answer any questions.  Students will gain an increased awareness of academic resources on campus that can assist them in their academic suc more »
    • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
      August 29 12:30pm
      Target Audience: First- and second-year graduate students in STEM and STEM education; undergraduate seniors planning to enroll in STEM or STEM education graduate programs This session will introduce interested first- and second-year graduate students and undergraduate seniors to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fe more »
    • iMovie: The Basics
      August 29 1:00pm
        This workshop lasts 2 hours. This webinar will cover how to do basic tasks in iMovie, such as import video, cut and edit clips, add transitions, and more   more »
    Saturday, August 27, 2016
      IU Calendar




      • SAPB Late Night & Weekends: Laser Tag
        August 27 8:00pm
        This event provides an opportunity for students to connect with each other on campus. It also provides an opportunity for students to have fun and relax after the first week of school. This event will have a laser tag arena, food, and other games.  more »
      • IUPUI Discovers Indy
        August 28 2:00pm
        Register for this great event to spend the day explore new places in Indianapolis and learn what this great city has to offer. more »
      • Student Support Centers Resource Fair
        August 29 8:00am
        The Student Support Centers Resource Fair will include academic support services from around the IUPUI campus.  Groups will share program information, discuss valuable material from their area, and answer any questions.  Students will gain an increased awareness of academic resources on campus that can assist them in their academic suc more »
      • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
        August 29 12:30pm
        Target Audience: First- and second-year graduate students in STEM and STEM education; undergraduate seniors planning to enroll in STEM or STEM education graduate programs This session will introduce interested first- and second-year graduate students and undergraduate seniors to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fe more »
      • iMovie: The Basics
        August 29 1:00pm
          This workshop lasts 2 hours. This webinar will cover how to do basic tasks in iMovie, such as import video, cut and edit clips, add transitions, and more   more »
      Saturday, August 27, 2016
        IU Calendar




        • SAPB Late Night & Weekends: Laser Tag
          August 27 8:00pm
          This event provides an opportunity for students to connect with each other on campus. It also provides an opportunity for students to have fun and relax after the first week of school. This event will have a laser tag arena, food, and other games.  more »
        • IUPUI Discovers Indy
          August 28 2:00pm
          Register for this great event to spend the day explore new places in Indianapolis and learn what this great city has to offer. more »
        • Student Support Centers Resource Fair
          August 29 8:00am
          The Student Support Centers Resource Fair will include academic support services from around the IUPUI campus.  Groups will share program information, discuss valuable material from their area, and answer any questions.  Students will gain an increased awareness of academic resources on campus that can assist them in their academic suc more »
        • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
          August 29 12:30pm
          Target Audience: First- and second-year graduate students in STEM and STEM education; undergraduate seniors planning to enroll in STEM or STEM education graduate programs This session will introduce interested first- and second-year graduate students and undergraduate seniors to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fe more »
        • iMovie: The Basics
          August 29 1:00pm
            This workshop lasts 2 hours. This webinar will cover how to do basic tasks in iMovie, such as import video, cut and edit clips, add transitions, and more   more »
        Saturday, August 27, 2016

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          Abstract:

          Global health informatics represents a growing discipline that cultivates technology partnerships across institutions of various disciplines. Whether academic, governmental, or public in nature, the collaboration between these sectors provides myriad opportunities for research and development within the computer science and informatics disciplines. Paul will provide examples of these partnerships in discussing the Indiana University – Moi University academic partnership, and how collaboration from these campuses facilitates the development of the largest health information system to support both HIV and primary health care in sub-Saharan Africa. He will also describe the rapidly growing, international, open source project called OpenMRS which Paul helped create alongside other Indiana University faculty.  Finally, Paul will discuss the Health Informatics Public Private Partnership. This program highlights the Regenstrief Institute’s active leadership in global health informatics through its involvement with the US Government to provide adaptive technical assistance in health information exchange (HIE) within the world’s most resource poor environments.

          Bio:  Dr. Biondich is an assistant professor of pediatrics, IU School of Medicine; and a research scientist at the Regenstrief Institute. Biondich is a medical informatics researcher whose research interests include decision support systems and controlled medical vocabularies.  As a practicing pediatrician, he has significant experience in the design, implementation and installation of multiple decision support systems, particularly within outpatient settings. 

           

          Dr. Biondich is the co-creator of the Child Health Improvement through Computer Automation (CHICA) system, which is designed to improve the process of outpatient pediatric preventive care.  Much of this work with the American Academy of Pediatrics involves the disambiguation and active revision of pre-existing clinical guidelines, along with the ultimate development of supporting standardized vocabularies.  He also has extensive experience with clinical repository development, having co-developed the AMRS, an open source repository designed to support HIV care in sub-Saharan Africa.

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          • SAPB Late Night & Weekends: Laser Tag
            August 27 8:00pm
            This event provides an opportunity for students to connect with each other on campus. It also provides an opportunity for students to have fun and relax after the first week of school. This event will have a laser tag arena, food, and other games.  more »
          • IUPUI Discovers Indy
            August 28 2:00pm
            Register for this great event to spend the day explore new places in Indianapolis and learn what this great city has to offer. more »
          • Student Support Centers Resource Fair
            August 29 8:00am
            The Student Support Centers Resource Fair will include academic support services from around the IUPUI campus.  Groups will share program information, discuss valuable material from their area, and answer any questions.  Students will gain an increased awareness of academic resources on campus that can assist them in their academic suc more »
          • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
            August 29 12:30pm
            Target Audience: First- and second-year graduate students in STEM and STEM education; undergraduate seniors planning to enroll in STEM or STEM education graduate programs This session will introduce interested first- and second-year graduate students and undergraduate seniors to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fe more »
          • iMovie: The Basics
            August 29 1:00pm
              This workshop lasts 2 hours. This webinar will cover how to do basic tasks in iMovie, such as import video, cut and edit clips, add transitions, and more   more »
          Saturday, August 27, 2016