Sunday, October 23, 2005

AMIA - Day 1

Woke up at 6am and grabbed some breakfast in the hotel before the student paper competition. A plain bagel and a 6oz orange juice - $5.50. Ouch. Gotta love DC hotels.

As for the the competiton - it was quite an experience. There were some excellent presentations on equally impressive pieces of research. Presentation order was randomized, and I ended up presenting last. Nothing like getting an audience right before lunch. :-) Anyway, the presentation went over well (from my perspective). Now, all of the competitors have to wait until Wednesday until the top three are annouced. Ah, waiting...

I ended up splitting my afternoon between a research paper session on biosurveillance and a panel on genomic data integration into clinical medical records. Very interesting. More to come sooon; however, I am exhausted, and I to eat some dinner. Be back later.

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