- BMJ Editorial: Caldicott 2 and Patient Data
- "Patient Safety, Law Policy and Practice" Published in Paperback
- UCL Joins the European Connected Health Alliance
- UCL CHIME is Early Contributor to New Health Informatics Online Resource
- Professor Dipak Kalra takes up Presidency of the EuroRec Institute
- 2012 European Summit on Trustworthy Reuse of Health Data – plenary sessions now available on YouTube
- "Patient Safety, Law Policy and Practice"
- Ethnicity and academic performance in medicine
- Uptake of flu vaccine among healthcare workers
- Open Source, Open Standards, and Health Care Information Systems
- howRU, a new short generic measure of health status
- Dr Don E. Detmer honoured by American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)
- Public 'reassured' by swine flu media coverage
- Key NHS IT Programmes – UCL report
- UKHIT online - Computers and the Internet
- Group membership and staff turnover affect outcomes in group CBT for persistent pain
- Electronic patient records are not a panacea
- Using computerised CBT to prevent mental health problems: a systematic review and a case study of Xanthis
- New Students Begin UCL Postgraduate Programme in Health Informatics
- CHIME researcher contributes to new book
CHIME researcher contributes to new book
15 September 2009
A new book, Intelligent Engineering Systems and Computational
Cybernetics, has been published. The book is a collection of recent
research materials on very diverse topics in artificial intelligence,
including medical applications.
Dr Igor Toujilov (CHIME) and Dr Sylvia Nagl (the UCL Cancer Institute) contributed a chapter to the book, describing their research in knowledge representation for cancer medicine. This research spans a period when Dr Toujilov was working in the Cancer Institute on the CancerGrid project, devoted to creation of UK national metadata repositories for clinical trials. The knowledge representation technique is based on the Semantic Web technology, which involves automatic reasoning on ontologies.
Dr Toujilov is continuing to use Semantic Web technology in the DebugIT project (EU collaboration in treatment of infectious diseases), led from UCL by Professor Dipak Kalra. Previous projects in CHIME include mammography applications of ontologies in collaboration with Dr Paul Taylor who is a principal investigator of the project.
Contact: Dr Igor Toujilov