A special occasion for achieving broad visibility for MOSAIC was offered by the EMBC 2013 that took place in Osaka. A MOSAIC poster was exposed, where information was provided about the project to medical professionals and researchers.
MOSAIC participated in the poster session with the contribution “An integrated framework to collect and investigate multisource clinical and environmental data of T2D patients”. It was an excellent opportunity to shared this information to leading scientists in the field of diabetes research.
We took this opportunity to share the value of MOSAIC among other researchers in the biggest reunion of ICT in Europe. A MOSAIC poster was exposed and information of the project was spreaded during the three days in the Medtronic stand in Vilnius.
MOSAIC presented a Personalized glucose-insulin metabolism model based on self-organizing maps for patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus in one of the biggest congress of bioinformatics and bioengineering, a perfect place to show the potential of the porject.
The Symposium was the leading scientific meeting for biomedical and health informatics research, and MOSAIC had the chance to present its analysis on Big Data and the MOSAIC framework “Biomedical and Healthcare Analytics on Big Data” during a panel session.
MOSAIC was presenting a poster on the analysis of glucose variability indices to international audience of researchers and clinicians as well as developers from the medical technology industry.
Padova was invited to speak on mathematical modeling of human beta-cells, which potentially could be useful for multiscale modeling of interest for MOSAIC.
MOSAIC was attending this congress in order to acquire more knowledge in continuous education in diabetes research, evaluation and treatment of the disease.
The project had a relevant participation in this event. MOSAIC organized a special session to share and discuss the main topics of the project and also four articules created for the MOSAIC team were published.
MOSAIC participated in the special session of "Emerging Health Technologies for Early Diagnoses and Monitoring of Chronic Diseases" (Diabetes).
MOSAIC participated in a special session about the Analytic Hierarchy Process in Healthcare. The work done about User Need Elicitation through the AHP was presented.
Part of MOSAIC team were at Medtronic booth in the 50th EASD Annual Meeting where the value of the project were shared with clinicians and the diabetes community.
Folkhalsan presented the poster: “Continuous blood glucose monitoring in early stages of type 2 diabetes", related with the Prospective Study that MOSAIC is performing.
TSB attended the congress and participated in a round table based on Chronic Management Systems introducing MOSAIC and the tools that are being developed.
Three posters were presented: "Temporal association rules for stratification of type 2 diabetic patients", "Cardiovascular risk associated qualitative pathway in T2D patients" and "Exploring Continuous Glucose Monitoring on the frequency domain to identify risk factors in type 2 Diabetes".
Riccardo Bellazzi presented the Mosaic project within DMMI workshop, focused on Electronic Phenotyping: Risk-Associated Temporal Clinical pathways in T2D Patients.
Liisa Hakaste and Tiinamaija Tuomi attended the seminar. They presented the MOSAIC prospective study which is being perfomed in order to validate and feed the models.
Francesco Sambo and Lucia Sacchi presented a poster within the SUMMIT workshop, focused on the main goals and achievements of MOSAIC, specially the management tools developed.
User Centered Design to incorporate predictive models for Type 2 Diabetes screening and management into professional decision support tools: preliminary results (Fico et al.).
Arianna Dagliati and Lucia Sacchi, as one of the organizers of the conferences, attended various sessions of the meeting; they had the possibility of discussing innovative methods in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Lucia Sacchi gave an oral presentation about the MOSAIC architecture, illustrating the implementation of the Use Cases dedicated to T2D diagnosed patients management and Lucia Sacchi presented MOSAIC during the talk "Big Data to Support Clinical Decisions"
UNIPV presented two papers during the invited session "INNOVATIVE METHODS AND IT TOOLS TO SUPPORT DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS" organized by the MOSAIC consortium.
Riccardo Bellazzi performed an oral presentation: “On top of i2b2: from data analytics to decision support" within the I2b2 European meeting
Lidia Manero from medtronic presented and overview of MOSAIC within the MMH 2015, focused on the models and tools developed.
Representatives from Medtronic, NTUA and UPM supported the dissemination of the MOSAIC project at the conference's interactive exhibition.
Two poster presentations: “Metformin Exposure Patterns Are Related to Type 2 Diabetes Nephropathy” and “Predicting Microvascular Complications fromType 2 Diabetes Retrospective Data”.
The progress of the Actions plan targets and future research directions have been presented. Discussion and networking with a wide panel of experts in the field of health and ageing.
Two poster presenation: “A tool to improve T2DM patient management through heterogeneous data streams and temporal data mining” (Sacchi L. et al.) “Enhance T2D adverse events’ risk prediction through drug purchasing behavioral patterns” (Dagliati A. et al.)"
One poster presentation: Learning T2D evolving complexity from EMR and administrative data by means of Continuous Time Bayesian Networks (Marini S. at al.)
Giuseppe Fico from UPM presented "Heuristic Evaluation of a Toolset for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Management"
Jorge Posada and Giuseppe Fico presented the MOSAIC tool developed in the “Big Data, Big Opportunity, Big Value” session to private healthcare providers and insurers. "