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Welcome to NLP@UCSF community knowledge base!

Are you curious about how natural language processing (NLP) can be applied in healthcare, clinical, and biomedical research? NLP@UCSF brings together learners, users, and doers to share and discuss NLP applications in medicine.

Our regular meetups are opportunities for NLP practitioners to ask questions, discuss approaches and solutions, share best practices as well as the latest news from the field. To learn what you've missed at the previous meetups and to discuss the upcoming meetup, visit the Blogs page!


Next NLP@UCSF Tech Meetup

Our Next Meetup - Exploring Natural Language Understanding Tools for Biomedical Texts

Speaker:

Dmytro ("Dima") Lituiev, PhD (dmytro.lituiev@ucsf.edu)
Sr. Machine Learning Scientist
UCSF Bakar Computational Health Sciences Institute

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Dr. Dmytro ("Dima") Lituiev studied Biochemistry at Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and obtained his Doctorate in Systems Biology at University of Zurich. He currently works as a Sr. Machine Learning Scientist at the Bakar Computational Health Sciences Institute, where he develops Natural Language Processing tools and curates Clinical data assets within the Information Commons team.

NLP-Biomed Slack Channel

Join the NLP-Biomed Slack Channel through this link.

The channel is envisioned as a space for instant communications, practice Q&A, announcements for UCSF (and other UCs) community of practice around NLP!

NLP@UCSF Email List

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You will receive periodic email with updates from NLP@UCSF community, including a digest of activity on our Slack channel. 



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