Jul. 05, 2023

International Collaboration: Charité University, Berlin, Germany

Maya Yiadom launched an international collaboration with colleagues at Charité University in Berlin, Germany. The tran-continental team will validate Maya’s USA-based predictive model developed to reduced delays and disparities in STEMI care in Germany. Contributing participants include Ian Brown, Gabrielle Bunney, Rana Kabeer, Melissa Pasao, and Marium Rizvi along with Quantitative Sciences Unit collaborators, Kate Miller and Anna Graber-Naidich.
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Mar. 28, 2023

ESC Registry Site PIs, Drs. Tanski & Millls

Dr. Maya Yiadom with Emergency STEMI Care Registry Site-PIs Dr. Mary Tanski (Oregon Health Sciences University) and Dr. Angela Mills (Columbia University) connecting in person after years of remote collaboration.
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Nov. 17, 2022

Collaborative Work with Vanderbilt highlighted in Discover

The HSR-DCC Lab’s collaborative work with Vanderbilt University Medical Center was recently featured in the medical center’s scientific blog, Discover. The article titled, “Exceeding Expectations to Improve ED STEMI Care” highlights our work towards better understanding areas for care and risk assessment improvement for ED STEMI patients.
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Oct. 27, 2022

Welcome: Rana Kabeer, MD, MPH

Rana Kabeer, MD, MPH joins the HSR-DCC as a Lab Resident Trainee. He will explore the opportunity to maximize equity in acute coronary syndrome screening for ED patients.
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Oct. 27, 2022

New Publication! NEJM Catalyst

New Publication! Converting an ED Fast Track to an ED Virtual Visit Track was published in NEJM Catalyst, October 2022.
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Jul. 06, 2022

Multi-Site Predictive Model Development led by the HSR-DCC

The Emergency Care HSR-DCC at Stanford leads a multi-site predictive model development study with Dr. Maame Yaa Yiadom as the lead Principal Investigator. The study is a collaboration with Dr. David Berger at Beaumont Hospital, Dr. Brian Freeze at Cooper Hospital and Drs. Adam Wright and Allison McCoy at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
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Jul. 06, 2022

Vanderbilt University Medical Center Collaboration

The Emergency Care HSR-DCC and Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Department of Biomedical Informatics partner for a collaborative study with the expertise of Drs. Maame Yaa Yiadom, Adam Wright and Allison McCoy.. This study focuses on the translation of a screening predictive model that identifies all patients with a final diagnosis of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) into a clinical decision support
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Jul. 06, 2022

2022 Research on Racial Equity and Justice Seed Grant Award

The Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Research (VPDoR) and the Research Development Office (RDO) have selected Drs. Maame Yaa Yiadom and David Kim‘s proposal titled Achieving Algorithmic Equity for Early Heart Attack Diagnosis: Accounting for Racial Disparities in Emergency Care Access for the Research on Racial Equity and Justice (RREJ) Seed Grant program.
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Jul. 06, 2022

2021 AIMI-HAI Grant Award

Drs. Maame Yaa Yiadom and Ian Brown‘s proposal, Developing Artificial Physician Intelligence for the Early Detection of STEMI: Closing an Emergency Care Clinical Practice Gap, has been selected by the Executive Committee at the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging and the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (Stanford HAI). The proposals went through three rounds of review, as
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Jun. 10, 2022

Collaborative Study with Dr. Christopher Bennett

A new collaborative study from Stanford Emergency Medicine physicians Christopher Bennett, MD, MSc, MA, FAAEM, and Maame Yaa Yiadom, MD, MPH, MSCI, offers insight into how the relative lack of Black and Latino medical residents has shown little improvement over time. Covered in Stanford SCOPE by Susan Coppa.