In our new socially-distanced edition of Monday Lunch Live Stream, Professor Wendy Chapman, Associate Dean of Digital Health and Informatics at The University of Melbourne, will illustrate what Natural Language Processing can do – and its limitations. Professor Chapman will show how NLP has been used to provide insights in the field of cancer and other areas of health, and how to determine whether natural language processing can be helpful for your work.
Professor Wendy Chapman
Director, Centre for Digital Transformation of Health
Associate Dean, Digital Health and Informatics
Medicine Dentistry and Health Science, The University of Melbourne
Professor Chapman joined the Faculty in September to take on the roles of Associate Dean Digital Health and Informatics and founding director of the Faculty’s new centre for clinical and population health informatics. Wendy will coordinate emerging activities in these areas across all the Schools at the University and link them to opportunities with our healthcare partners and the Melbourne Academic Centre for Health.
Her areas of specialisation include biomedical informatics, natural language processing, knowledge representation, application of informatics to clinical care and research.
Monday Lunch Live Stream
Monday 30 March 2020
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