SFI Medical Short Course 2016 - Readings 2016

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John Arden

The Brain Bible
McGraw Hill
One of today's leading experts on brain health, Dr. John Arden tells it straight: There is no single remedy for maintaining sharpmindedness into old age. But there are a lot of things you can do that, over the course of time, will work wonders. It's not about adding one activity or breaking one habit--it's about making many small, simple changes in your everyday routine.

Ben Althouse

Big Data Sensors of Organic Advocacy: The Case of Leonardo DiCaprio and Climate Change

Leveraging Big Data to Improve Health Awareness Campaigns: A Novel Evaluation of the Great American Smokeout

News and Internet Searches About Human Immunodeficiency Virus After Charlie Sheen’s Disclosure

Publication List

Hiroshi Ashikaga

Modelling the heart as a communication system

Regional function analysis of left atrial appendage

Image-based (heart) models . . . from low and high resolution MRI

Building Maps of Local Apparent Conductivity of the Epicardium With a 2-D Electrophysiological Model of the Heart

Elhanan Borenstein

High-resolution characterization of the human microbiome

Evolutionary assembly patterns of prokaryotic genomes

An algorithm for designing minimal microbial communities with desired metabolic capacities

Getting Personal About Nutrition

More publications from Borenstein Lab

David J. Brailer

Presidential Leadership And Health Information Technology

Health Information Technology Is A Vehicle, Not A Destination

Timothy G. Buchman

Precision Diagnosis Is a Team Sport

Using Incentives to Improve Resource Utilization: A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of an ICU Quality Improvement Program

Christine K. Cassel

Getting More Performance from Performance Measurement
Ending the Cycle of Blame in US Health Care

Joshua Epstein

Agent-based Computational Models and Generative Social Science
Exploring Price-Independent Mechanisms in the Obesity Epidemic
Combining Computational Fluid Dynamics and Agent-Based Modeling: A New Approach to Evacuation Planning

Joe Flower

How to Get What We Pay for: A Handbook for Healthcare Revolutionaries
We can fix healthcare now. We can rebuild the system to give us better, cheaper care for everyone. We now have the tools. This is the moment, while healthcare is already changing rapidly.
Healthcare Beyond Reform

Mirta Galesic

How People with Low and High Graph Literacy Process Health Graphs
A Sampling Framework for Uncertainty in Individual Environmental Decisions
On defensive decision making: how doctors make decisions for their patients

Ross Hammond

Complex Systems Modeling for Obesity Research
Ross Hammond - Precision Treatment and Precision Prevention (JAMA 2016)
Smart food policies for obesity prevention

Christopher A. Longhurst

The Quantified Brain: A Framework for Mobile Device-Based Assessment of Behavior and Neurological Function
Health information exchange policies of 11 diverse health systems and the associated impact on volume of exchange.
Use of a Checklist and Clinical Decision Support Tool Reduces Laboratory Use and Improves Cost.
All publications in PubMed

Pilar Ossorio

Regulation of Online Social Network Studies
Taking aims seriously: repository research and limits on the duty to return individual research findings
Myth and Mystification in Race and the Genetic Revolution
Bodies of Data: Genomic Data and Bioscience Data Sharing

Dario Robleto

Your Brain on Art: Emergent Cortical Dynamics During Aesthetic Experiences