CDS Members Author Paper on Graph Neural Networks in Electronic Health Records Representation Learning

Weicheng Zhu (left) and Narges Razavian (right)
  1. MIMIC-III mortality prediction (public data)
  2. eICU readmission prediction (public data)
  3. Prediction of future Alzheimer’s dementia onset based on NYU Langone’s 1.6 million de-identified patients data (internal data, for their early dementia intervention program)
  1. Diagnosis Code Wikipedia webpage
  2. “Variationally Regularized Graph-based Representation Learning for Electronic Health Records” paper

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