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Artificial Intelligence | May 11–13, 2020 | Boston, MA USA

Thomas McCoy, MD

Thomas McCoy, MD
  • Director of Research, Center for Quantitative Health, MGH; Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Medicine, HMS,

Dr. McCoy is the Director of Research at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Quantitative Health and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine at Harvard Medical School. His work focuses on development of algorithms to distil data generated through routine clinical care (typically captured in electronic health records) into tools for clinical risk stratification and life sciences discovery. His recent work has focused on probabilistic topic modeling to build cross-diagnostic phenotypic maps of administrative and health records data. His current domain areas of interest are multidimensional psychiatric phenotypes and biologically informed models of medication effects for repositioning and adverse event prediction.

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