Massachusetts Medical Society: MMS Information Technology Award: 2005 Winners

MMS Information Technology Award: 2005 Winners

Jesse Wei – MRI Physics: The Movie(s)

Category: Resident

Attempts to overcome a growing deficit in medical education by producing 18 interactive computer generated animations, emphasizing the time complexity of the MRI process. The animations start with the basics and gradually build on the fundamentals to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of this complex technology.

Elliot Servais – Argus

Category: Student

Software for efficiently and effectively turning microarray data into biological insights. Measuring the expression of one gene, or even a handful of genes, is like looking at the complexity of cellular activity through a keyhole. In designing Argus, the overriding goals were to create software that (1) can be used by a non-specialist, (2) is broadly accessible to the community, and (3) presents data in a fashion most useful to the end user. To these ends, Argus produces a Web-browsable database that can be searched locally or over the internet by anyone with a Web browser.

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