Informatics Conference

Mon, 10 Apr 1995 14:32:33 EDT

May be of interest to some anthropologists. Pamela Rose

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Colleagues: Below is information announcing plans and tentative
program for the Informatics Conversations in the Disciplines. Please
share this information with others. Thanks. Amy
Thanks. Amy


The University at Buffalo is hosting a conference on health
informatics on Friday, May 19, 1995. The focus of the conference
is on the interdisciplinary nature of informatics.

Keynote Delivered by:
Suzanne Stensaas, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Cornell University Medical College

Panel Presentation:
Moderated by: John Eisner, DDS, PhD
Associate Dean for Information Resources
Department of Dental Medicine
University at Buffalo

Panel presentors:
Naomi Broering, MLS
Director, Biomedical Center Library,
Georgetown University Medical Center

Dr. Mark Frisse, MD
Director, School of Medicine Library and
Biomedical Communications Center
Washington University, St Louis

John Loonsk, MD
Assistant Dean and Director, Office of
Information Systems
University of North Carolina

Judith Ronald, RN, EdD
Associate Professor
Coordinator of Informatics
School of Nursing
University at Buffalo

Opportunity to view concurrent demonstration of nine Informatics
Projects will be available in the afternoon

Closing remarks by:
Thomas Riemenschneider, MD
Vice Provost for Health Sciences and
State University of New York
System Administration

This conference in part, is sponsored by the Conversations
in the Disciplines Program of the State University of New York
with support from the University Libraries and the Health
Sciences Center of the University at Buffalo.

Join your colleagues for what we hope will be a day of
information and sharing. Watch for registration information to
appear soon.

Inquiries about the conference may be addressed to Amy
Lyons, Health Sciences Library, University at Buffalo, Buffalo,
NY, 14214, Phone: 716/829-2483, Fax 716/829-2211. E-mail
requests may be sent to either HSLAMY@UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU or