Accepted Papers

Papers Accepted for Oral Presentation:


1. OCR-based Image Features for Biomedical Image and Article Classification: Identifying Documents relevant to Cis-Regulatory Elements

Hagit Shatkay, Ramya Narayanaswamy, Santosh Shashank Nagaral, Na Harrington, Dorothea Blostein, Ryan Tarpine, Kyle Schutter, Rohith Mv, Gowri Somanath, Sorin Istrail and Chandra Kambahmettu

2. Discovering Health Beliefs in Twitter
Sanmitra Bhattacharya, Hung Tran and Padmini Srinivasan
3. Automatic Formalization of Clinical Practice Guidelines

Matthew Gerber, Donald Brown and James Harrison


4. Integration of UMLS and MEDLINE in Unsupervised Word Sense Disambiguation

Antonio Jimeno and Alan Aronson


5. Experimenting with Drugs (and Topic Models): Multi-Dimensional Exploration of Recreational Drug Discussions

Michael Paul and Mark Dredze


6. Subgraph Matching-based Literature Mining for Biomedical Relations and Events

Haibin Liu, Vlado Keselj, Christian Blouin and Karin Verspoor

7. Generating Interpretable Hypotheses Based on Syllogistic Patterns

Takuya Hagimura, Kazuhiro Seki and Kuniaki Uehara.


8. PROBE: Periodic Random Orbiter Algorithm for Machine Learning

Larry H. Smith, Won Gyu Kim and W. John Wilbur


9. Global and Local Approach of Part-of-Speech Tagging for Large Corpora

Shi Yu, Robert Grossman and Andrey Rzhetsky


10. Notes about the OntoGene pipeline

Fabio Rinaldi, Gerold Schneider, Simon Clematide and Gintare Grigonyte.


11. An Inference Method for Linking Disease Mentions to MeSH® Identifiers

Rezarta Islamaj Dogan and Zhiyong Lu


12. Collaborative Biomedical Information Retrieval

Paul Thompson and Suzanne Thompson


Poster presentations:

Poster 1: Towards Semantic Literature Based Discovery

Judita Preiss, Mark Stevenson and M. Heidi McClure

Poster 2: Malpractice and Malcontent: Analyzing Medical Complaints in Twitter

Atul Nakhasi, Ralph J Passarella, Sarah G Bell, Michael J Paul, Mark Dredze, Peter J Pronovost

Poster 3: Investigating Twitter as a Source for Studying Behavioral Responses to Epidemics

Alex Lamb, Michael J. Paul, Mark Dredze


Poster 4: Towards Effective Representation of Clinical Documents for Search and Retrieval

Anthony R. Davis, Michael Nossal, N. Stephen Ober


Poster 5: Automatic Identification of Key Concepts in Large PubMed Retrievals

Lana Yeganova, Vahan Grigoryan, Won Kim, W. John Wilbur


Poster 6: Efficient Classification of Clinical Reports Utilizing Natural Language Processing and Topic Modeling

Efsun Sarioglu, Kabir Yadav, Hyeong-Ah Choi


Poster 7: Term evolution: use of biomedical terminologies

Gintare Grigonyte, Fabio Rinaldi and Martin Volk


Poster 8: Semantic Role Labeling for Biological Transport

He Tan and Srikanth Chowdari


Poster 9: Multi-Tweet Summarization for Flu Outbreak Detection

Brent Wenerstrom, Mehmed Kantardzic, Elaheh Arabmakki and Musa Hindi


Poster 10: BIOASQ: A Challenge on Large-Scale Biomedical Semantic Indexing and Question Answering

George Tsatsaronis, Michael Schroeder, Georgios Paliouras, Yannis Almirantis, Ion Androutsopoulos, Eric Gaussier, Patrick Gallinari, Thierry Artieres, Michael Alvers, Matthias Zschunke and Axel Ngonga