Winning Posters Explore Personalized Medicine, Political Polarization and Atomic Imaging

The Foundations of Data Science Center kicked off the fall semester with a poster competition, drawing 16 students from Columbia Business School, Columbia Engineering, Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), Columbia’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) and Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation (GSAPP). Three posters were picked for special recognition by a panel of judges—Ali Mehmani, Ken Ross, Sharon Sputz, John Wright and Tian Zheng. The posters, and the judges comments, are summarized below. Research associate Matthew Levine presented results demonstrating the accuracy of a glucose-prediction app. First Place Meal-time Decision Support for Type 2 Diabetics  Many health apps rely on their users to make discoveries and take action. GlucOracle, an app developed by CUMC researchers Lena Mamykina, Dave Albers and George Hripcsak, puts users in control by computing…


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