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inHealth design session

CAMP, COE Analytics in Medicine Program, trains participants in the Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine Analytics Platform (PMAP) and is organized by the Technology Innovation Center, the inHealth Initiative, and the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR).

PMAP is a Johns Hopkins initiative to accelerate biomedical research by combining EMR, medical imaging, physiological monitoring, and genomics onto a cloud-based big data platform. In this 12-week preparatory course, participants will learn how to significantly improve their data collection methods and leverage machine learning algorithms in order to exit the program with a concrete data projection that includes a draft proposal for IRB and a data management plan.

Running from September through December, CAMP is open to all research teams who are interested in applying to create a Precision Medicine Center of Excellence (PMCOE). A total of 10 teams will be accepted into the program with 2-4 participants in each team. Weekly programming sessions take place every Monday at noon on the East Baltimore campus. Tuition for the program is $3000 per team which may be covered by a sponsoring department.

Tuition for the program is $3000 per team which may be covered by a sponsoring department.

Skill Building Topics

  • Precision Medicine Analytics Platform
  • Grant Writing, IRB, & Data Trust
  • JH Resource Partners & Epic Data Sources
  • Deep Learning for Medical Imaging
  • Genomics EMR Integration
  • Physiological Monitoring & Wearables
  • Natural Language Processing
  • SQL & Data Projection
  • Jupyter Notebook
  • & More…

Who Can Participate?

Clinical researchers (JHM Faculty) who have a central hypothesis. Each clinical researcher must agree to participate in 75% of the 12, 1.5-hour workshops in person. Clinical researchers must join the program with a team of 2-4 individuals who agree to participate in at least 25% of program sessions (per team member).

How to Apply

Applications are closed for the 2018 program.

  • Complete the online application which includes a Commitment Contract that requires you to attend 75% of the 12 weekly programming sessions. Receive a signature on that contract from your department head and submit it with your application.
  • Qualified research teams will be invited to participate in an interview process to gain admission to the program.
  • Program fees are $3000 for each research team and can be covered by the department or other means. Unfortunately, we cannot currently accept tuition remission to cover costs.



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