Alexis Turner is a Research Associate with the Department of Medical Informatics at OHSU. She is the department webmaster, technical advisor, and courseware administrator. She has a BA from Sarah Lawrence College with a dual concentration in Forensic Science and the History of Science.
Alexis is endlessly fascinated by the Internet and the possibility of using it as a tool for better understanding vast amounts of data. To this end, her latest research interests include the intersection of art, science, technology, and engineering; data visualization; cognition; networking; and human computer interaction. Although not a medical informatician, she believes that her interests overlap significantly with those of the field, and continues to find unexpected insight from her work with the department.
Of course, she also finds these accidental associations from endless forays into anything and everything, including cooking, forensic diving, travelling the world, confidence men, pranks, photography, pirate radio, cheese, mapping, and several other things too numerous to mention, so we're not really sure just how trustworthy she is.
Posts by Alexis
- Video: Automatic Summarization of Mouse Gene Information for Micro Array Analysis by Functional Gene Clustering and Ranking of Sentences in Medline Abstracts, 07 Jun 2007 in Bioinformatics, Fellows, Information Retrieval, Text mining
- Video: Hospital Performance and IT: Does IT Make a Difference?, 17 May 2007 in Economics, Healthcare Quality
- Video: Enabling Personal Telehealth Solutions Through Industry Collaboration, 26 Apr 2007 in Consumer Health
- Video: eDoctoring or Dot-Compost? The Once and Future Health Care Information Revolution, 05 Apr 2007 in Economics, History, Technology Acceptance
- Video: Technology for Successful Aging, 22 Mar 2007 in Faculty, Healthcare Quality, Human Computer Interaction