Category Archives: At DSV

Prof. Anna Dreber talk on (Predicting) replication outcomes, May 12, 2021

Speaker: Anna Dreber, professor, Stockholm School of Economics Title: (Predicting) replication outcomes AbstractWhy are there so many false positive results in the published scientific literature? And what is the actual share of results that do not replicate in different literatures … Continue reading

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New Employee (Amanuens) – Sonja Remmer

Hi everybody!   My name is Sonja, and I just started working half-time with Hercules Dalianis and the Clinical Text Mining Group. While working, I’m finishing my master’s thesis within the DSV program in Decision analysis and Data science. The … Continue reading

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ClinCode project funded by the Research Council of Norway for automatic ICD-10 coding

The project ClinCode – Computer-Assisted Clinical ICD-10 Coding for improving efficiency and quality in healthcare has been funded by Research Council of Norway for 2021-2023 at the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research in Tromsø. ClinCode will be using both Norwegian and … Continue reading

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New Research assistant – Anastasios Lamproudis

Hi everyone! My name is Anastasios Lamproudis, or just Tasos! I recently started working as a research assistant for Professors Hercules Dalianis and Aron Henriksson. I will be working with Natural Language Processing (NLP) in the DataLEASH, and Sepsis prediction … Continue reading

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Talk by Alberto Blanco Garcés with the title Multi-label deep neural classification of health records in Spanish

Alberto Blanco Garcés visitor at DSV/Stockholm university from the University of the Basque country gave today a Zoomtalk with the title Multi-label deep neural classification of health records in Spanish.    Abstract The seminar is about clinical text mining, a … Continue reading

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New PhD Student – Thomas Vakili

Hello! My name is Thomas Vakili and I am a new PhD student here at DSV in the IS unit. I will be working on NLP and de-identification of medical records with Professor Hercules Dalianis as my supervisor. I have … Continue reading

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Mila Grancharova, new employee

Hi! My name is Mila and I’ve just started as a research assistant at DSV. I will be working on de-identification of medical records under the supervision of Hercules Dalianis until February 2021. My background is in computer science and … Continue reading

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Gideon Mekonnen Jonathan’s Licentiate Seminar

On May 11, 2020 our colleague Gideon Mekonnen Jonathan, PhD student in IT Management and Governance group at DSV/Stockholm University has defended successfully his licentiate thesis entitled: “Information Technology Alignment: The Role of Organizational Structure”. His licentiate thesis is available … Continue reading

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