Tomasz Adamusiak MD PhD is a Senior Scientist at the Human and Molecular Genetics Center, Medical College of Wisconsin and a Chair Elect of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Knowledge Representation and Semantics Working Group. He trained in clinical informatics at the U.S. National Library of Medicine, and bioinformatics at the Genome Campus in Hinxton, UK.
Dr. Adamusiak’s research focus is on secondary use of EHR data, in particular EHR phenotyping, clinical terminologies (ICD-10, SNOMED CT, LOINC, and RxNorm), and predictive analytics (applying statistics, modeling, machine learning, and data mining to make predictions about patient's future).
Dr. Adamusiak’s major role at HMGC MCW is the continued design and development of the ClinMiner portal (https://clinminer.hmgc.mcw.edu/), a novel platform for secondary use of EHR data.
ClinMiner is used as part of HMGC Personalized Medicine Program for integrating heterogeneous datasets, data mining and visualization of clinical data from Electronic Health Records. Specifically, ClinMiner allows mining and curating of phenotypic datasets to support identification of refined clinical phenotypes and cohorts of interest for “phenotype first” genomic analysis of patient samples and efficient data mining and association analysis in both phenotype first and genotype first queries.