Updating clinical guidelines


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Assistant Professor whose current research focus is in the area of computational molecular and systems biology, translational bioinformatics and biomedical text mining, using signal processing and machine learning. Hochheiser’s research focuses on the design of usable systems for use in clinical and research settings.