CHIP has a robust COVID-19 research agenda, from the landmark first publication in January 2020 establishing pandemic transmissibility, to disease forecasting, participatory surveillance, and reimagining health IT for biosurveillance.

The Boston Children's Hospital Computational Health Informatics Program (CHIP) is a multidisciplinary applied research and education program. One area of focus is disease surveillance of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our faculty have built machine learning programs using predictive algorithms to forecast COVID-19 outbreaks.

Projects

Publications

Gordon WJ, Gottlieb D, Kreda D, Mandel JC, Mandl KD, Kohane IS. Patient-led data sharing for clinical bioinformatics research: USCDI and beyond. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA 2021.

Gokuldass A, Schina A, Lauss M, Harbst K, Chamberlain CA, Draghi A, Westergaard MCW, Nielsen M, Papp K, Sztupinszki Z, Csabai I, Svane IM, Szallasi Z, Jönsson G, Donia M. Transcriptomic signatures of tumors undergoing T cell attack. Cancer immunology, immunotherapy : CII 2021.

Finlayson SG, Subbaswamy A, Singh K, Bowers J, Kupke A, Zittrain J, Kohane IS, Saria S. The Clinician and Dataset Shift in Artificial Intelligence. The New England journal of medicine 2021.

Donado C, Nedeljkovic K, Wangnamthip S, Solodiuk JC, Bourgeois FT, Berde CB. Trends in Gabapentin and Pregabalin Prescribing in a Tertiary Pediatric Medical Center. Hospital pediatrics 2021.

Guo J, Zhou Y, Xu C, Chen Q, Sztupinszki Z, Börcsök J, Xu C, Ye F, Tang W, Kang J, Yang L, Zhong J, Zhong T, Hu T, Yu R, Szallasi Z, Deng X, Li Q. Genetic Determinants of Somatic Selection of Mutational Processes in 3,566 Human Cancers. Cancer research 2021.