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2018
  1. Williams J, Chung W, Fedotov A, Kiryluk K, Weng C, Connolly J, Harr M, Hakonarson H, Leppig K, Larson E, Jarvik G, Veenstra D, Hoell C, Smith M, Holm I, Peterson J, Williams M,
    Harmonizing Outcomes for Genomic Medicine: Comparison of eMERGE Outcomes to ClinGen Outcome/Intervention Pairs,
    Healthcare Open Access Journal, accepted.

  2. Son JH, Xie G, Yuan C, Ena L, Li Z, Goldstein A, Huang L, Wang L, Shen F, Liu H, Mehl K, Groopman E, Marasa M, Kiryluk K, Gharavi AG, Chung WK, Hripcsak G, Friedman C, Weng C*, Wang K*,
    Deep phenotyping on electronic health records facilitates genetic diagnosis by clinical exomes,
    American Journal of Human Genetics, 2018, in press. (*: equal-contribution corresponding author).

  3. Weng C, Friedman C, Hurdle J,
    A Two-site Survey of Medical Center Personnel’s Willingness to Share Clinical Data for Research: Implications for Reproducible Health NLP Research,
    BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 2019, accepted.

  4. Hanauer D, Mei Q, Vydiswaran V, Singh K, Landis-Lewis Z, Weng C,
    Complexities, variations, and errors of numbering within clinical notes: The potential impact on information extraction and cohort-identification,
    BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 2019, in press.

  5. Aronson S, Babb L, Ames D, Gibbs RA, Venner E, Connelly JJ, Marsolo K, Weng C, Williams MC, Hartzler AL, Liang WH, Ralston JD, Devine EB, Murphy S, Chute CG, Caraballo PJ, Kullo IJ, Freimuth RR, Rasmussen LV, Wehbe FH, Peterson JF, Robinson JR, Wiley K, Taylor CO, on behalf of the eMERGE Network EHRI Working Group
    Empowering Genomic Medicine by Establishing Critical Sequencing Result Data Flows: The eMERGE Example,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc., 2018, in press.

  6. Nathan SA, Weng C, Goldstein A,
    A Call for Post-Publication Peer-Review and Evidence Appraisals in Primary Care,
    The Lancet, Letter, in press.

  7. Weng C, Goldstein A, Yuan C, Zhou Z,
    The ranking of scientists, [link]
    Letter
    to Editor, J Biomed Inform, 2018. PMID: 29454911

  8. Butler A, Wei W, Yuan C, Kang T, Si Y, Weng C,
    The Data Gap in the EHR for Clinical Research Eligibility Screening
    AMIA 2018 Joint Summits, in press.

  9. Rusanov A, Miotto R, Weng C,
    Trends in anesthesiology research: A machine learning approach to theme discovery and summarization,
    JAMIA Open, in press, 2018.

2017

  1. Luo Z, Chen W, Wu M, Weng C,
    Systematic Data Ingratiation of Clinical Trial Recruitment Locations for Geographic-based Query and Visualization,
    International Journal of Medical Informatics, accepted.

  2. Obeid JS, Beskow LM, Rape, M, Gouripeddi R, Black T, Cimino JJ, Embi PJ, Weng C, Marnocha R, Buse JB,
    A Survey of Practices for the Use of Electronic Health Records to Support Research Recruitment,
    Journal of Clinical Transnational Science, accepted.

  3. Sen A, Goldstein A, Chakrabarti S, Shang N, Kang T, Yaman A, Ryan P, Weng C,
    The Representativeness of Eligible Patients in Type 2 Diabetes Trials: A Case Study Using GIST 2.0.
    J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2017, in press, [link].

  4. Shang N, Weng C, Hripcsak G,
    A Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Data Suitability for Observational Studies,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2017, in press, [link].

  5. Goldstein A, Venker E, Weng C,
    Evidence Appraisal: A Scoping Review, Conceptual Framework, and Research Agenda
    J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2017, in press. PDF

  6. Kang T, Zhang S, Tang Y, Hruby GW, Rusanov A, Elhadad N, Weng C,
    EliIE: An Open-Source Information Extraction System for Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2017 Apr 1. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocx019. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 28379377. [Github]

  7. Chakrabarti S, Sen A, Huser V, Hruby GW, Rusanov A, Albers DJ, Weng C,
    An Interoperable Similarity-based Cohort Identification Method Using the OMOP Common Data Model version 5.0,
    Journal of Healthcare Informatics Research. [link]

  8. Weiskopf NG, Bakken S, Hripcsak G, Weng C,
    A Data Quality Assessment Guideline for Electronic Health Record Data Reuse,
    eGEMS, accepted. [PDF]

  9. Sharma DK, Soblrig HR, Tao C, Weng C, Chute CG, Jiang G,
    Building A Semantic Web-based Metadata Repository for Facilitating Detailed Clinical Modeling in Cancer Genome Studies,
    Journal of Biomedical Semantics, PMID: 28583204 .

  10. Si Y, Weng C,
    An OMOP CDM-based Relational Database of Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria
    Medinfo' 2017, Hangzhou, China, Aug 21-25, 2017, in press.

  11. Liu S, Wang, L, Ihrke D, Chaudhary, V, Tao C, Weng C, Liu H,
    Correlating Lab Test Results in Clinical Notes with Structured Lab Data: A Case Study in HbA1c and Glucose,
    Proc of 2017 AMIA Joint Summits, San Francisco, CA, March 2017, in press.

2016
  1. He K, Zhao Y, McPherson EW, Li Q, Xia F, Weng C, Wang K, He M,
    Pathogenic Mutations in Cancer-Predisposing Genes: A Survey of 300 Patients with Whole-Genome Sequencing and Lifetime Electronic Health Records,
    PLoS One. 2016 Dec 8;11(12):e0167847. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0167847. PMID: 27930734.

  2. Sen A, Goldstein A, Chakrabarti S, Wang S, Ryan P, Weng C,
    GIST 2.0: A Scalable Multi-trait Metric for Quantifying Population Representativeness of Individual Clinical Studies,
    J Biomed Inform, 2016, in press, PDF

  3. Hoxha J, Jiang G, Weng C,
    Automated Learning of Domain Taxonomies from Text using Background Knowledge,
    J Biomed Inform, 2016 Oct;63:295-306. doi: 10.1016/j.jbi.2016.09.002. Epub 2016 Sep 3. PMID: 27597572, PDF

  4. Kahn MG, Callahan TJ, Barnard JG, Bauck A, Brown JS, Estiri H, Görg C, Holve E, Johnson SG, Liaw ST, Lopez MH, Meeker D, Ong TC, Ryan PB, Shang N, Weiskopf NG, Weng C, Zozus MN, Schilling LM,
    A Harmonized Data Quality Assessment Framework for the Secondary Use of Electronic Health Record Data,
    eGEMS, (Wash DC). 2016 Sep 11;4(1):1244. eCollection 2016. PMID: 27713905

  5. Weng C, Kahn MG,
    Clinical Research Informatics for Big Data and Precision Medicine,
    IMIA Yearbook 2016, section on Clinical Research Informatics, Yearb Med Inform. 2016 Nov 10;(1):211-218. PMID: 27830253

  6. Sen A, Ryan P, Goldstein A, Chakrabarti S, Wang S, Koski E, Weng C,
    Correlating Eligibility Criteria Generalizability and Adverse Events Using Big Data for Patients and Clinical Trials,
    Annals of New York Academy of Sciences, in press, PDF

  7. Hruby GW, Rasmussen LV, Hanauer D, Patel V, Cimino JJ, Weng C,
    A Multi-Site Cognitive Task Analysis for Biomedical Query Mediation,
    International Journal of Medical Informatics, 2016, in press.

  8. Hruby GW, Hoxha J, Chandar P, Mendonca E, Hanauer D, Weng C,
    A Data-driven Concept Schema for Defining Clinical Research Data Needs,
    International Journal of Medical Informatics, 2016 Jul;91:1-9. PMID: 27185504 [PDF]

  9. Hruby GW, Matsoukas K, Cimino JJ, Weng C,
    Facilitating Biomedical Researchers’ Interrogation of Electronic Health Records Data: Ideas from Outside of Biomedical Informatics,
    J Biomed Inform, 2016 Mar 10. pii: S1532-0464(16)00044-7. Volume 60, April 2016, Pages 376–384. PMID: 26972838. [PDF]

  10. Hoxha J, Weng C,
    Leveraging Dialog Systems Research to Assist Biomedical Researchers’ Interrogation of Big Clinical Data,
    J Biomed Inform, 2016 Jun;61:176-84. PMID: 27067901 [PDF]

  11. Hoxha J, Chandar P, He Z, Hanauer D, Cimino JJ, Weng C,
    DREAM: Classification Scheme for Dialog Acts in Clinical Research Query Mediation,
    J Biomed Inform, 2016 Feb;59:89-101. PMID: 26657707.  

  12. Hao T, Liu H, Weng C,
    Valx: A System for Extracting and Structuring Numeric Comparison Statements from Text,
    Methods of Information in Medicine, 2016 Mar 4;55(3). PMID: 26940748. [PDF]

  13. Ma H, Weng C,
    Prediction of Black Box Warning by Mining Patterns of Convergent Focus Shift in Clinical Trial Study Populations Using Linked Public Data,
    J Biomed Inform, 2016 Feb 3. pii: S1532-0464(16)00016-2. PMID: 26851401  Dataset & Algorithm in GitHub

  14. He Z, Ryan P, Hoxha J, Wang S, Carini S, Sim I, Weng C,
    Multivariate analysis of the population representativeness of related clinical studies,
    J Biomed Inform, 2016 Jan 25. pii: S1532-0464(16)00008-3. PMID: 26820188

  15. Wang Y, Wu P, Liu Y, Weng C, Zeng D,
    Learning Optimal Individualized Treatment Rules from Electronic Health Record Data,
    IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics 2016 (ICHI 2016), Chicago, October 4-7, 2016, in press.

  16. Rusanov A, Prado P, Weng C,
    Unsupervised Time-Series Clustering Over Lab Data for Automatic Identification of Uncontrolled Diabetes,
    IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics 2016 (ICHI 2016), Chicago, October 4-7, 2016, in press.

  17. Brown W, Weng C, Vawdrey DK, Carballo-Diéguez A, Bakken S,
    SMASH: A Data-driven Informatics Method to Assist Experts in Characterizing Semantic Heterogeneity among Data Elements,
    AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2017 Feb 10;2016:1717-1726. eCollection 2016. (Student Paper Finalist)

  18. Yaman A, Chakrabarti S, Sen A, Weng C,
    How Have Cancer Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria Evolved Over Time?
    Proc of 2016 AMIA Joint Summits, San Francisco, CA, March 2016, in press. PDF (Distinguished Paper Award)

  19. Ma H, Weng C,
    Identification of Questionable Exclusion Criteria in Mental Disorder Clinical Trials Using a Medical Encyclopedia,
    2016 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing, in press. PDF Dataset & Algorithm in Github

2015

  1. Weng C,
    Optimizing Clinical Research Participant Selection with Informatics,
    Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 36 (2015), Cell Press, pp. 706-709. PMID: 26549161 PDF

  2. Gordan C, Weng C,
    Combining Expert Knowledge and Knowledge Automatically Acquired from Electronic Data Sources for Continued Ontology Evaluation and Improvement
    J Biomed Inform, 2015 Jul 23. pii: S1532-0464(15)00154-9. PMID: 26212414. PDF

  3. Herr TM, Bielinski SJ, Bottinger E, Brautbar, A, Brilliant M, Chute CG, Cobb BL, Denny J, Hakonarson H, Hartzler A, Hripcsak G, Kannry J, Kohane I, Kullo I, Lin S, Manzi S, Marsolo K, Overby CL, Pathak J, Peissig P, Pulley J, Ralston J, Rasmussen L, Roden D, Tromp G, Weng C, Uphoff T, Wolf W, Williams M, Starren J,
    Practical Considerations in Genomic Decision Support,
    Journal of Pathology Informatics, 2015 Sep 28;6:50. PMID: 26605115

  4. He Z, Carini S, Sim I, Weng C,
    Visual Aggregate Analysis of Eligibility Features in Clinical Trials,
    J Biomed Inform, 2015 Jan 20. pii: S1532-0464(15)00007-6. PMID: 25615940  PDF

  5. Miotto R, Weng C,
    Case-based Reasoning Using Electronic Health Records Identifies Eligible Patients for Clinical Trials,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2015 Mar 13. pii: ocu050. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocu050. PMID: 25769682 PDF, Presentation

  6. Hao T, Weng C,
    Adaptive Semantic Tag Mining from Heterogeneous Clinical Research Texts,
    Methods of Information in Medicine, 2015 Mar 23;54(2):164-70. doi: 10.3414/ME13-01-0130. Epub 2014 Oct 20., PMID: 25327613 PDF.

  7. McKillop M, Polubriaginof F, Weng C,
    Examination of Temporal ICD Coding Bias Related to Acute Diseases,
    AMIA 2015 Fall Symp, in press. PDF

  8. Paulson M, Weng C,
    Desiderata for Major Eligibility Criteria in Breast Cancer Trials,
    AMIA 2015 Fall Symp, in press. PDF (Third place in Student Paper Competition)

  9. He Z, Chandar P, Ryan PB, Weng C,
    Simulation-based Evaluation of the Generalizability Index for Study Traits,
    AMIA 2015 Fall Symp, in press. PDF (Distinguished Paper Award)

  10. Chandar P, Yaman A, Hoxha J, He Z, Weng C,
    Similarity-based Recommendation of New Concepts to a Terminology,
    AMIA 2015 Fall Symp, in press. PDF

  11. Kang T, Elhadad N, Weng C,
    Initial Readability Assessment of Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria,
    AMIA 2015 Fall Symp, in press. PDF

  12. Jiang G, Solbrig HR, Hommeaux EP, Weng C, Chute CG,
    Quality Assurance of The Common Data Elements in Cancer Research Using A Post-Coordination Approach,
    AMIA 2015 Fall Symp, in press. (Nominee to Distinguished Paper Award)

  13. He Z, Wang S, Borhanian E, Weng C,
    Assessing the Collective Population Representativeness of Related Type 2 Diabetes Trials by Combining Multiple Public Data Resources,
    Proc of MedInfo’2015, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 19-23 August, accepted. PDF   (Finalist to Student Paper Competition)

  14. He Z, Weng C,
    Recommending Indications Using Temporal Patterns in Drug Retesting in Clinical Trials: A Proof of Concept,
    Proc of 2015 AMIA Joint Summits for Translational Science, an Francisco, March 23-27, 2015, 445-449. PDF

  15. Levy-Fix G, Yaman A, Weng C,
    Structuring Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria with Common Data Model,
    Proc of 2015 AMIA Joint Summits for Translational Science, an Francisco, March 23-27, 2015, 11-15.  PDF

  16. Wilcox AB, Vawdrey DK, Weng C, Velez M, Bakken S,
    Research Data Explorer: Lessons Learned in Design and Development of Context-based Cohort Definition and Selection,
    Proc of 2015 AMIA Joint Summits for Translational Science, San Francisco, March 23-27, 2015, 194-198.  PDF


2014

  1. Bales ME, Dine DC, Merrill JA, Johnson SB, Bakken S, Weng C,
    Associating Co-authorship Patterns with Publications on High-Impact Journals,
    J Biomed Inform, 2014 Jul 18. pii: S1532-0464(14)00162-2. doi: 10.1016/j.jbi.2014.07.015 PMID: 25046832. in press.

  2. Rusanov A*, Weiskopf NG*, Wang S, Weng C,
    Hidden in plain sight: bias towards sick patients when sampling patients with sufficient electronic health record data for research,
    BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 2014 Jun 11;14(1):51, in press [link]. PMID: 24916006 (*: equal-contribution first authors) (Best Paper Selection for Clinical Research Informatics, IMIA Year Book 2015, Synopsis, Link)

  3. Weng C, Li Y, Ryan P, Zhang Y, Gao J, Liu F, Bigger JT, Hripcsak G,
    A Distribution-based Method for Assessing The Differences between Clinical Trial Target Populations and Patient Populations in Electronic Health Records,
    Applied Clinical Informatics, Vol. 5: Issue 2 2014, 463-479. PMID: 2502476

  4. Hassid BG, Lucas AL, Salomao M, Weng C, Liu F, Khanna LG, Kumar S, Hwang C, Chabot JA, Frucht H,
    Absence of Pancreatic Intraepithelial Neoplasia (PanIN) Predicts Poor Survival Following Resection of Pancreatic Cancer,
    Pancreas, July 2014, PMID: 24987871

  5. Johnson SB, Bales ME, Dine DC, Bakken S, Albert PJ, Weng C,
    Automatic generation of investigator bibliographies for institutional research networking systems,
    J Biomed Inform, 2014 Mar 30. pii: S1532-0464(14)00080-X. PMID: 24694772

  6. Hao T, Rusanov A, Boland MR, Weng C,
    Clustering Clinical Trials with Similar Eligibility Criteria Features,
    J Biomed Inform, 2014 Feb 1. pii: S1532-0464(14)00011-2. PMID: 24496068

  7. Jiang, G, Sharma D, Solbrig H, Tao C, Weng C, and Chute C,
    Building A Semantic Web-based Metadata Repository for Facilitating Detailed Clinical Modeling in Cancer Genome Studies,
    Proc of Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences (SWAT4LS) 2014, in press.

  8. He Z, Carini S, Hao T, Sim I, Weng C,
    A Method for Analyzing Commonalities in Clinical Trial Target Populations,
    Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, Nov 15-19, 2014, Washington DC, 1777-1786. PDF

  9. Fort D, Wilcox AB, Weng C,
    Could Patient Self-reported Health Data Complement EHR for Phenotyping?
    Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, Nov 15-19, 2014, Washington DC, 1738-1747. (3rd place in Student Paper Competition)

  10. Hanauer DA*, Hruby GW*, Fort D, Rasmussen L, Mendonça EA, Weng C,
    What Is Asked in Clinical Data Request Forms? A Multi-site Thematic Analysis of Forms Towards Better Data Access Support,
    Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, Nov 15-19, 2014, Washington DC, 616-625. (*: equal-contribution first author) (Nominee for Distinguished Paper of 2014 AMIA Fall Symposium)

  11. Nadkarni, GN, Gottesman, O, Hripcsak, G Farouk, S, Peissig, P, Chase, H, Linneman, JG, Berg, RL, Nadukuru, R, Lotay, V, Ellis, S, Weng C, Bottinger, EP,
    Development and validation of an electronic phenotyping algorithm for chronic kidney disease,
    Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, Nov 15-19, 2014, Washington DC, 907-916. (Distinguished Paper Award of 2014 AMIA Fall Symposium)

  12. Weng C, Yaman A, Lin K, He Z,
    Trend and Network Analysis of Common Eligibility Features for Cancer Trials in ClinicalTrials.gov,
    Smart Health Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8549, 2014, pp 130-141, open access

  13. Weng C, Boland MR, So Y, Rusanov A, Lopez C, Steinman RC, Busacca L, Bakken S, Bigger JT,
    Using Software to Elicit User Needs for Clinical Research Visit Scheduling,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, in press.

  14. Yoon S, Trembowelski S, Steinman RC, Bakken S, Weng C,
    Temporal Analysis of the Usage Log of a Research Networking System,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, in press.

  15. Fort D, Weng C, Bakken S, Wilcox AB,
    Considerations for Using Research Data to Verify Clinical Data Accuracy,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, in press. (Student Paper Competition Finalist)

  16. Vawdrey DK, Weng C, Herion D, Cimino JJ,
    Enhancing EHRs to Support Clinical Research,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, in press.

  17. Jiang SY, Weng C,
    Cross-System Evaluation of Clinical Trial Search Engines,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, in press.

  18. Hruby GW, Cimino JJ, Patel V, Weng C,
    Toward a Cognitive Task Analysis for Biomedical Query Mediation,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, in press.

  19. Weng C, Payne P, Velez M, Johnson SB, Bakken S,
    Towards Symbiosis in Knowledge Representation and Natural Language Processing for Structuring Clinical Practice Guidelines,
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2014;201:461-9. PMID: 24943582

2013

  1. Quincy MM, Weng C, Shafer SL, Smiley RM, Flood PD, Mirza FG,
    Impact of Cervical Effacement and Fetal Station on Progress during the First Stage of Labor: A Biexponential Model.
    Am J Perinatol. 2013 Dec 11. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 24338118

  2. Boland MR, Rusanov A, So Y, Lopez-Jimenez C, Busacca L, Steinman RC, Bakken S, Bigger JT, Weng C,
    From Expert-Derived User Needs to User-Perceived Usability and Usefulness: A Two-Phase Mixed-Methods Evaluation Framework,
    J Biomed Inform, 2013 Dec 12. pii: S1532-0464(13)00195-0. PMID: 24333875

  3. Miotto R, Weng C,
    Unsupervised Mining of Frequent Tags for Efficient Clinical Eligibility Text Indexing,
    J Biomed Inform, 2013 Dec;46(6):1145-51. PMID: 24036004

  4. Boland MR, Hripcsak G, Shen Y, Chung WK, Weng C,
    Defining a Comprehensive Verotype Using Electronic Health Records for Personalized Medicine,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc special issue on EHR phenotyping,  2013 Dec;20(e2):e232-8. PMID: 24001516

  5. Miotto R, Jiang S, Weng C,
    eTACTS: A Method for Dynamically Filtering Clinical Trial Search Results,
    J Biomed Inform, 2013 Dec;46(6):1060-7. PMID: 23916863 (Open access PDF and eTACTS system) Dataset & Algorithm in GitHub

  6. Overby CL, Kohane I, Williams MS, Starren JB, Bottinger E, Gottesman O, Denny JC, Weng C, Tarczy-Hornoch P, Hripcsak G.
    Opportunities for Genomic Clinical Decision Support Interventions,
    Special Issue on EHR integration of Genetics in Medicine, 2013 Oct;15(10):817-23. PMID: 24051479

  7. Overby CL, Pathak J, Haerian K, Perotte A, Murphy S, Bruce K, Johnson S, Talwalker J, Chute C, Kullo I, Friedman C, Shen Y, Gottesman O, Ellis S, Bottinger E, Hripcsak G, Weng C,
    A collaborative approach to develop an electronic health record phenotyping algorithm for drug-induced liver injury,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2013 Dec;20(e2):e243-52. PMID: 23837993

  8. Weiskopf NG, Hripcsak G, Sushmita S, Weng C,
    Defining and measuring completeness for electronic health records for secondary use.
    J Biomed Inform, 2013 Oct;46(5):830-6.  PMID: 23820016 (Best Talk for Day 2 of the 2013 NLM Informatics Training Conference)

  9. Weng C, Li Y, Berhe S, Boland MR, Gao J, Hruby GW, Steinman RC, Lopez-Jimenez C, Busacca L, Hripcsak G, Bakken S, Bigger JT,
    An Integrated Model for Patient Care and Clinical Trials (IMPACT) to Support Clinical Research Visit Scheduling Workflow for Future Learning Health Systems,
    J Biomed Inform, 2013 Aug;46(4):642-52.  PMID: 23684593.

  10. Boland MR, Miotto R, Gao J, Weng C,
    Feasibility of Feature-based Indexing, Clustering, and Search of Clinical Trials on ClinicalTrials.gov: A Case Study of Breast Cancer Trials
    ,
    Methods of Information in Medicine,
    2013 May 13;52(4). PMID: 23666475.

  11. Boland MR, Hripcsak G, Albers DJ, Wei Y, Wilcox AB, Wei J, Li J, Lin S, Breene M, Myers R, Zimmerman J, Papapanou P, Weng C,
    Discovering Medical Conditions Associated with Periodontitis Using Linked Electronic Health Records,
    J of Clin Periodontol
    , 2013, 2013 May; 40 (5): 474-82. PMID: 23495669.

  12. Hruby GW, Bakken S, Mickiernan J, Weng C,
    A Centralized Research Data Repository Enhances Retrospective Outcomes Research Capacity: A Case Report,

    J Am Med Inform Assoc,
    2013, May 1;20(3):563-7. PMID: 23322812.

  13. Weiskopf NG, Weng C,
    Methods and Dimensions of EHR Data Quality Assessment: Enabling Reuse for Clinical Research
    ,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc.
    2013 Jan 1;20(1):144-51, PMID: 22733976

  14. Luo Z, Miotto R, Weng C,
    A Human-Computer Collaborative Approach to Identifying Common Data Elements in Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria,

    J Biomed Inform,
    2013 Feb;46(1):33-9. PMID: 22846169

  15. Weiskopf NG, Rusanov A, Weng C,
    Sick Patients Have More Data: The Non-Random Completeness of Electronic Health Records
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Fall Symp, student paper, in press, November 2013. PMID: 24551421

  16. Gordon CL, Pouch S, Cowell LG, Boland MR, Platt HL, Goldfain A, Weng C,
    Design and Evaluation of a Bacterial Clinical Infectious Diseases Ontology,
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Fall Symp, student paper, in press, November 2013. (Student Paper Competition Finalist) PMID: 24551353

  17. Hao T, Rusanov A, Weng C,
    Extracting and Normalizing Temporal Expressions in Clinical Data Requests from Researchers,
    International Health Informatics Conference, Beijing, China, 3-4 August 2013, 41-51. (online link)

  18. Boland MR, Miotto R, Weng C,
    A Method for Probing Disease Relatedness Using Common Clinical Eligibility Criteria,
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2013;192:481-5. PMID: 23920601

  19. Hruby GW, Boland MR, Cimino JJ, Gao J, Wilcox AB, Hirschberg J, Weng C,
    Characterization of the Biomedical Query Mediation Process,
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Clinical Research Informatics Summit, 18-22 March 2013, San Francisco, CA, 89-93. (Finalist to Distinguished Paper of 2013 AMIA Clinical Research Informatics Summit). PMID: 24303242

  20. Overby C, Weng C, Haerian K,  Perotte A, Hripcsak G,
    Evaluation Considerations for EHR-based Phenotyping Algorithms: A Case Study for Drug Induced Liver Injury,
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Translational Bioinformatics Summit, 18-22 March 2013, San Francisco, CA, 130-134. (Finalist to Distinguished Paper of 2013 AMIA Translational Bioinformatics Summit). PMID: 24303321


2012

  1. Weng C, Appelbaum P, Hripcsak G, Kronish I, Busacca L, Davidson KW, Bigger JT,
    Using EHRs to Integrate Research with Patient Care: Promises and Challenges,

    J Am Med Inform Assoc,
    2012, Sep 1;19(5):684-7, PMID: 22542813

  2. Boland MR, Trembowelski S, Bakken S, Weng C,
    An Initial Log Analysis of Usage Patterns on a Research Networking System,

    Clin Transl Sci.,
    2012, Aug; 5(4):340-7, PMID: 22883612

  3. Kahn MG, Weng C,
    Clinical Research Informatics: A Conceptual Perspective.
    J Am Med Inform Assoc,
    2012, Jun 1;19(e1):e36-e42, PMID: 22523344

  4. Boland MR, Tu SW, Carini S, Sim I, Weng C,
    ELIXR-TIME: A Temporal Knowledge Representation for Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria,
    Proc of 2012 AMIA Clinical Research Informatics Summit, 71-80, San Francisco, CA, 2012.  PMID: 22779055

2011

  1. Weng C, Wu X, Luo Z, Boland M, Theodoratos D, Johnson SB,
    EliXR: An Approach to Eligibility Criteria Extraction and Representation.

    J Am Med Inform Assoc,
    2011: 18: i116-i124. PMID: 21807647 (Distinguished Paper of 2011 AMIA Clinical Research Informatics Summit).

  2. Luo Z, Yetisgen-Yildiz M, Weng C,
    Dynamic Categorization of Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria by Hierarchical Clustering,

    J Biomed Inform,
    2011 (44): 927-935. PMID: 21689783

  3. Zhao D, Weng C,
    Combining PubMed Knowledge and EHR data to Develop a Weighted Bayesian Network for Pancreatic Cancer Prediction.

    J Biomed Inform
    . 2011 (44): 859-868. PMID: 21642013

  4. Miller R, Smiley R, Daniel D, Weng C, Emala C, Blouin J, Flood P.
    Beta-2 adrenoceptor genotype and progress in term and late preterm active labor.

    Am J Obstet Gynecol.
    2011. Aug; 205(2):137.e1-7. PMID: 21600547

  5. Luo Z, SB Johnson, AM Lai, Weng C,
    Extracting Temporal Constraints from Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria Using Conditional Random Fields,
    Proc of 2011 AMIA Fall Symposium, 843-847. PMID: 22195142 (Student Paper Competition Finalist)

  6. Woo JH, Lai AM, Chung WK, Weng C,
    Knowledge-based Similarity Analysis of Risk Predisposition in Personal Genomes: Proof of Concept,
    Proc of 2011 AMIA Fall Symposium, 1524-1528. PMID: 22195217 (Student Paper Competition Finalist)

  7. Weng C, Batres C, Borda T, Weiskopf NG, Wilcox AB, Bigger JT, Davidson K,
    A Real-Time Screening Alert Improves Clinical Trial Recruitment Efficiency,
    Proc of 2011 AMIA Fall Symp., 1489-93. PMID: 22195213

2010

  1. Gallagher D, Larson EL, Wang YH, Richards B, Weng C, Hametz P, Begg MD, Chung WK, Boden-Albala B, Akabas SR.
    Identifying interdisciplinary research priorities to prevent and treat pediatric obesity in new york city.

    Clin Transl Sci.
    2010 Aug; 3(4):172-7. PMID: 20718818

  2. Weng C, Tu SW, Sim I, Richesson R,
    Formal Representations of Eligibility Criteria: A Literature Review
    ,
    J Biomed Inform: 43(2010), 451-467. PMID: 20034594

  3. Botsis T, Anagnostou V, Hartvigsen G, Hripcsak G, Weng C,
    Developing a multivariable prognostic model for pancreatic endocrine tumors using the clinical data warehouse resources of a single institution,

    Applied Clinical Informatics,
    2010, 38-49. PMID: 21552466

  4. Weng C, Bigger JT, Busacca L, A Wilcox, A Getaneh,
    Comparing the Effectiveness of a Clinical Data Warehouse and a Clinical Registry for Supporting Clinical Trial Recruitment: A Case Study.
    Proc of AMIA 2010 Fall Symposium, 867-71. PMID: 21347102

  5. Carlo L, Chase H, Weng C,
    Aligning Structured and Unstructured Medical Problems Using UMLS,
    Proc of AMIA 2010 Fall Symposium, 91-95. PMID: 21346947

  6. Luo Z, Johnson SB, Weng C,
    Semi-Automatic Induction of Semantic Classes from Free-Text Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria Using UMLS,
    Proc of AMIA 2010 Fall Symp, 487-491. PMID: 21347026

  7. Luo Z, Duffy R, Johnson SB, Weng C,
    Corpus-based approach to create a semantic lexicon for clinical research eligibility criteria using UMLS,
    Proc of AMIA Clinical Research Informatics Summit 2010, 26-30. PMID: 21347142

  8. Botsisa T, Hartvigsena G, Chen F, Weng C,
    Secondary Use of EHR: Data Quality Issues and Informatics Opportunities,
    Proc of Clinical Research Informatics Summit 2010, 1-5. PMID: 21347133.

2009

  1. Botsis T, Anagnostou VK, Hartvigsen G, Hripcsak G, Weng C,
    Modeling prognostic factors in resectable pancreatic adenocarcinomas
    ,
    Cancer Informatics,
    2009:7,281-291. PMID: 20508721

  2. Thadani S, Weng C*, Bigger JT, Ennever J, Wajngurt D,
    Electronic Screening Improves Efficiency of Clinical Trials Recruitment
    ,
    J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2
    009, 16(6), 869-873. PMID: 19717797 (*: corresponding author)

  3. Zhang J, Weng C, Niyogi P,
    Graphical Analysis of Population Structure on Rheumatoid Arthritis Data,
    BMC Proceedings. 2009 Dec 15;3 Suppl 7:S110. PMID: 20017975

  4. Weng C, Levine B, Mun SK,
    Software Architecture and Engineering for Patient Records: Current and Future,

    Military Medicine,
    2009, 174, 4:1. PMID: 19562959

  5. Zhu X, Fan JW, Borato D, Weng C, Cimino JJ,
    A Review of Auditing methods Applied to Controlled Biomedical Terminologies,

    J Biomed Inform,
    2009, Jun;42(3):413-25. PMID: 19285571

  6. Wilcox AB, Natarajan K, Weng C,
    Using Personal Health Records for Automated Clinical Trials Recruitment: the ePaIRing Model,
    Proc of AMIA Translational Bioinformatics Summit 2009, San Francisco March 15-17, 2009, 136-140. PMID: 21347187

2008

  1. Weng C, Gallagher D., Bales M., Bakken S., and Ginsberg H.N.
    Understanding Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Collaborations: A Campus-Wide Survey of Obesity Experts.
    Proc of 2008 AMIA Fall Symposium. 2008. 798-802. PMID: 18999235

  2. Li, L, Chase H, Patel C, Friedman C, and Weng C.
    Comparing ICD9-Encoded Diagnoses and NLP-Processed Discharge Summaries for Clinical Trials Pre-Screening: A Case Study.
    Proc of 2008 AMIA Fall Symposium . 2008. 404-408. PMID: 18999285

2007 or earlier

  1. Weng C, Gennari JH, Fridsma DB,
    User-centered Semantic Harmonization: A Case Study,
    J Biomed Inform,
    2007, 40(3), 353-364. PMID: 17452021

  2. Weng C, McDonald DW, Gennari JH,
    Participatory Design of a Collaborative Clinical Trial Protocol Writing System
    .
    International Journal of Medical Informatics
    , 2007, 76S, 245-251. PMID: 16798070

  3. Gennari JH, Weng C, McDonald DW,
    Asynchronous Communication among Clinical Researchers: A Study for System Designs,
    International Journal of Medical Informatics,
    2005, 74(10), 797-807. PMID: 16023408

  4. Weng C, Becich M, Fridsma D,
    Collective Domain Modeling across Clinical Trials Standards: Needs, Challenges, and Design Implications,
    The 2nd International Conference on Information Technology and Communications in Health, Feb 2007, Victoria, Canada.

  5. Weng C,
    Why is it hard to support group work in distributed healthcare organizations: empirical knowledge about of the social-technical gap.
    Proc of American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Fall Symposium, Washington DC, US, October 22- 24, 2005, pp804-808. PMID: 16779151

  6. Weng C,
    Annotation and Asynchronous Collaborative Writing,
    CSCW’04 Doctoral Consortium, November 2004, Chicago, IL, Conference Supplement.

  7. Weng C, Gennari JH,
    Asynchronous Collaborative Writing through Annotations,
    Proc of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW’04), Nov. 2004, Chicago, IL, pp 578-81.

  8. McDonald DW, Weng C, Gennari JH,
    The Multiple Views of Inter-organizational Authoring,
    Proc of ACM Conference on Computer-supported Cooperative Work (CSCW’04), November 2004, Chicago, IL, pp 564-73.

  9. Weng C, Gennari JH, McDonald DW,
    A Collaborative Clinical Trial Protocol Writing System,
    11th World Congress on Medical Informatics (MedInfo’04), San Francisco, CA. November 2004, pp 1481-6. PMID: 15361061

  10. Gennari JH, Weng C, McDonald DW, Benedetti J, Green S,
    An Ethnographic Study of Collaborative Clinical Trial Protocol Writing,
    11th World Congress on Medical Informatics (MedInfo’04), San Francisco, CA. November 2004, pp 1461-5. PMID: 15361057

  11. Weng C, McDonald DW, Gennari JH,
    Participatory Design of A Collaborative Clinical Trial Protocol Writing System,
    IT in Health Care: Socio-technical Approaches 2nd International Conference, 13-14 September 2004, Portland, Oregon.

  12. Weng C, Kahn MG, Gennari JH,
    Temporal Knowledge Representation for Scheduling Tasks in Clinical Trial Protocols.
    Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Fall Symposium (AMIA'02). San Antonio TX. Nov. 2002, 879 – 883. PMID: 12463951

          =======PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PANELS=======

  1. Smalheiser, NR, Huser V, McCray AT, Tasneem A, Weng C,
    ClinicalTrials.gov: Adding Value through Informatics,
    Panel, AMIA 2015 Fall Symp, in press.

  2. Cao H, Matheny M, Kamauu A, Weng C,
    Novel Use of Electronic Health Records Data for Clinical Research,
    Panel, Medinfo 2015, Sao Paolo, Brazil, 19-23 Aug 2015.

  3. Belenkaya R, Brown J, Curtis L, Kahn MG, Weng C,
    PCRORnet CDRN Data Quality Challenges and Solutions,
    Didactic Panel, Proc of AMIA 2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science, March 23 - 27, 2015, San Francisco, CA. In press.

  4. Weng C, Cantor M, Taweel A, Arvanitis T, Kush R,
    Towards Computational Reuse of Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria with Collaboration across Academia, Industry, and Standardization Organizations,
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Fall Symp, Washington DC, panel, 1480-2.

          =======PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE TUTORIALS=======
  1. Atreja A, Embi PJ, Harris, PA, Weng C,
    Enhancing Participant Recruitment to Clinical Trials:  Informatics Strategies and Future Directions,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, Tutorial, in press.  AMIA Webinar May 29, 2014.

    =======PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS AND PODIUM PRESENTATIONS (bold text indicates
    senior author)=======


  1. Shang N, Weng C, Hripcsak G,
    A Method for Enhancing the Portability of Electronic Phenotyping Algorithms: An eMERGE Pilot Study,
    Proc of 2016 AMIA Fall Symposium, Podium Abstract, in press.

  2. Brown W, Weng C, Vawdrey DK, Bakken S,
    Data-driven and expert-based informatics approaches to identifying HIV-associated common data elements (CDE) in empirically generated and knowledge-based resources,
    American Public Health Association (APHA)
    , abstract #363779.

  3. Brown W, Weng C, Vawdrey DK, Bakken S,
    Expert-based and data-driven informatics methods for characterizing semantic heterogeneity among HIV-associated datasets,
    American Public Health Association (APHA), abstract #364992.

  4. Shang N, Hripcsak G, Ryan P, Weng C,
    Applicability of an EHR Phenotype for Cohort Identification,
    Proc of 2016 AMIA Joint Summits, San Francisco, CA, March 2016, in press.

  5. He Z, Ryan P, Wang S, and Weng C.
    A Method for Assessing the Collective Generalizability of Multiple Related Clinical Trials Using Public Data.
    Podium presentation, Proc of AMIA 2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science, March 23 - 27, 2015, San Francisco, CA. In press.

  6. Fort D, Wilcox AB, Weng C,
    A Method for Validating Clinical Dataset,
    Poster, Proc of AMIA 2015 Clinical Research Informatics, March 23-27, 2015, San Francisco, CA, (Distinguished Poster Award)

  7. Belenkaya R, Campion, T, Bloom, T, Weng, C, Chandras, R, Check, T, Hripcsak G, Kaushal R, Mirhaji P,
    Design and Implementation of NYC-CDRN Informatics Infrastructure: A Preliminary Report,
    Poster presentation, Proc of AMIA 2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science, March 23 - 27, 2015, San Francisco, CA. In press.

  8. Bakken S, Yoon S, Suero-Tejeda N, Weng C, Reame N,
    Sociodemographic and Health Status Factors Associated with Consent for Collection, Use, and Storage of Biospecimens in a Latino Community Sample,
    Proc of AMIA 2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science, March 23 - 27, 2015, San Francisco, CA. In press.

  9. Prado P, Weng C,
    Unsupervised Time-Series Clustering for Uncontrolled Type-2 Diabetic Patients,
    abstract, Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, Nov 15-19, 2014, Washington DC, 102.

  10. Miotto R, Weng C,
    Patient screening for clinical trials using EHR representation similarities,
    abstract, Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, Nov 15-19, 2014, Washington DC, 87.

  11. Hirsh, J, Weng C,
    Design and Evaluation of a Glomerular Disease Ontology,
    poster, Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, Nov 15-19, 2014, Washington DC, 1421. (Distinguished Poster Award)

  12. Park C, Miller J, Weng C,
    Network Analysis of Common Eligibility Criteria in Cancer Clinical Trials,
    poster, Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, in press.

  13. Brown W, Weng C, Vawdrey D, Bakken S,
    HIV Data Integration via Semantic Harmonization,
    poster, Proc of AMIA 2014 Fall Symp, in press.

  14. Weng C,  Li Y,  Ryan P, Zhang Y, Liu F, Gao J, Bigger JT,  Hrpicsak G,
    Using Electronic Data To Profile Population Health and Identify Clinical Evidence Gaps: Towards Precision Clinical Research Design,
    AcademyHealth EDM Forum Symposium 2014, Poster.

  15. Weng C, Hruby GW, Babina A, Liu F, Li J, Hanauer D,
    Get the data your need via cross-disciplinary conversational alignment,
    7th Atlantic Health Informatics Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, April 25th, 2014, in press.

  16. Weng C,
    Temporal Knowledge Acquisition from Clinical Research Documents for Community-based Clinical Research Data Standards Development,
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, podium presentation, in press.

  17. Weiskopf NG, Bakken S, Weng C,
    Are EHR Data Suitable for Secondary Use? Researcher Views.
    2014 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science, podium presentation, in press.

  18. Weng C, Li Y, Hripcsak G, Zhang Y, Gao J, Liu F, Bigger JT,
    Using Electronic Health Records to Assess Generalizability of Clinical Trials,
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Fall Symposium, late-breaking podium presentation, Nov 2013 Washington DC, USA, 1483.

  19. Miotto R, Weng C,
    eTACTS: an Eligibility Tag Cloud-based Clinical Trial Search Engine,
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Fall Symp, abstract for system demonstration, 1004.

  20. Nakikj D, Weng C,
    Extending VIVO Ontology to Represent Biomedical Departmental Research and Educational Resources,
    Proc of Medinfo’2013, 19-23 August, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1206.

  21. Miotto R, Weng C,
    Towards Dynamic and Interative Retrievial of Clinical Trials,
    Proc of AMIA 2013 Clinical Research Informatics Summit, Podium Abstract Presentation, 2013.

  22. Weng C,
    A Design for Coordinating Visit Scheduling between Patient Care and Clinical Trial Research,
    The sixth Annual Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Informatics Symposium, organized by Center of Biomedical Informatics, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, April 26, 2013, Philadelphia, PA.

  23. Hassid B, Salomao, M, Weng C, Liu F, Khanna, L, Kumar, S, Hwang, C, Chabot, J, Frucht, H, Lucas, A,
    Absence of Pancreatic Intraepithelial Neoplasia (PanIN) Predicts Poor Survival Following Resection of Pancreatic Cancer,
    Poster for the 2012 American College of Gastroenterology Meeting, Oct 19-24, Las Vegas, NV. (2012 ACG Presidential Poster Award)

  24. Berhe S, Gao J, Hruby GW, Wilcox AB, Steinman RC, Lopez-Jimenez C, Busacca L, Bigger JT, Bakken S, Weng C,
    Designing Reminders and Notifications for Scheduling Clinical Research Visits,
    AMIA Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH), Nov 3-4, 2012, Chicago.

  25. Gao J, Wilcox AB, Li J, Liu F, Hruby GW, Bakken S, Weng C,
    Facilitating Intuitive and Interactive Query Composition and Reformulation for Clinical Researchers,
    AMIA Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH), Nov 3-4, 2012, Chicago.

  26. Hruby GW, Wilcox AB, Weng C,
    Analysis of Query Negotiation between a Query Expert and a Clinical Researcher,
    Proc of American Medical Informatics Association Fall Symposium, Nov 3-7, 2012.

  27. Weiskopf NG, Weng C,
    Dimensions and Methods of Data Quality Assessment for Secondary Use of EHR for Research,
    Proc of AMIA Clinical Research Informatics Summit, 2012, Podium Presentation, 171, San Francisco, CA.

  28. Boland MR, Johnson SB, Trembowelski S, Dine DC, Steinman RC, Bakken S, Weng C,
    An Initial Log-based Usage Analysis of Research Networking Systems,
    Proc of AMIA Clinical Research Informatics Summit, 2012, Podium Presentation, 103, San Francisco, CA.

  29. Berhe S, Busacca L, BA, M Florenz, Lopez CR., Steinman R, Bigger JT, Weng C,
    An EHR Middleware for Coordinating Patient Care and Research Visits,
    Proc of AMIA Clinical Research Informatics Summit, 2012, Podium Presentation, 101, San Francisco, CA.

  30. Hruby GW, McKiernan J, Bakken S, Weng C,
    A retrospective research model enabled by an open-source integrated research data repository.
    CTSA Annual Informatics Meeting 2011, Podium Abstract Presentation.

  31. Weng C, SB. Johnson, Trembowelski S, Dine DC, Steinman RC, Bakken S,
    Patterns of Search: Analyzing and Modeling User Behavior in a Scientific Professional Network (WorkWeb).
    CTSA Annual Informatics Meeting 2011, Podium Abstract Presentation.

  32. Bakken S, Y Senathirajah, D Dine, SB. Johnson, Weng C,
    Exploration of Two Approaches for Determination of Recipients of Targeted Communication in a Scientific Collaborative Network (WorkWeb),
    CTSA Annual Informatics Meeting 2011.

  33. Weiskopf NG, Weng C,
    Using Regular Expressions to Extract Blood Pressure from Clinical Notes,
    Poster, Proc of AMIA 2010 Fall Symposium, 1305

  34. Weng C, Luo Z,
    Dynamic Categorization of Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria,
    Poster, Proc of AMIA 2010 Fall Symposium, 1306.

  35. Johnson SB, Weng C, M Bales,
    Using Network Visualization to Understand Scientific Communities,
    October 2008 CTSA meetings, among 6 of all 36 CTSA sites selected to present to the meeting.

  36. Weng C, Lai A,
    Implications of Differences in Disease Prevalence in Two Population-based Clinical Data Warehouses,
    Proc of AMIA 2009, San Francisco, CA, 1078.

  37. Weng C, Smiley R, Flood P, Hripcsak G,
    Associations of beta 2-Adrenergic Receptor Polymorphisms with Diseases: A Concept Proof for Phenome-Wide Association Studies,
    Poster Abstract, Proc of AMIA Translational Bioinformatics Summit 2009, San Francisco, CA, 197. [PDF]

  38. Patel, C., Weng C.
    ECRL: An Eligibility Criteria Representation Language based on the UMLS Semantic Network,
    Proc of 2008 AMIA Fall Symp. 2008. 1084

  39. Bales, M., S. Johnson, Weng C.
    Social Network Analysis of Interdisciplinarity in Obesity Research.
    Proc of 2008 AMIA Fall Symposium. 2008. 870.

  40. Bakken, S., Yen P.Y., Weng C.
    Informatics Tools for Meeting Information and Communication Needs Related to Interdisciplinary Research Competency Development.
    in Proc of 2008 AMIA Fall Symp. 869.

  41. Weng C, V Monaco, S Corley,
    Panel: Web-based Protocol Standards Development, Patient Recruitment, and Research Data Collection: A Discussion Panel on the Cutting-edge Research and Practice of E-Trials,
    Proc of 11th World Congress on Internet in Medicine (MedNET2006), Toronto, Canada, October 2006.

  42. Weng C, D Fridsma,
    A Call for Collaborative Semantic Harmonization,
    Proc of AMIA Fall Symposium, Washington DC, 1142.

  43. Weng C, J Benedetti, D Sparks, J McCoy, JH Gennari,
    Understanding the Group Work of Creating a Clinical Trial Protocol,
    26th anniversary meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials, May 22-25, 2005, Portland, OR.

  44. Weng C, J Benedetti, D Sparks, J McCoy, JH Gennari,
    Supporting Collaborative Clinical Trial Protocol Writing through an Annotation Design,
    Proc of 10th conference on Advancing Practice, Instruction, and Innovation through Informatics, Lake Tahoe, CA, August 22-24.

  45. Weng C, JH. Gennari, DW. McDonald,
    Scenario-based Participatory Design of a Collaborative Clinical Trial Protocol Authoring System.
    Proc of the American Medical Informatics Association Fall Symposium. Washington DC. November 2003, pp 1051.

INVITED BOOK CHAPTER


  1. Weng C, Embi P, Informatics Support for Clinical Trial Recruitment, In: Richesson RL, Andrews JE, Editors. Clinical Research Informatics, 428 pages, Springer; 2012 edition (February 12, 2012), ISBN-10: 1848824475, ISBN-13: 978-1848824478.

  2. Liu F, Weng C, Yu H, Natural Language Processing, Electronic Health Records, and Clinical Research, In: Richesson RL, Andrews JE, Editors. Clinical Research Informatics. , 428 pages, Springer; 2012 edition (February 12, 2012), ISBN-10: 1848824475, ISBN-13: 978-1848824478. 

INVITED OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. Hripcsak G, Weng C, R Smiley, Phenotypic Pipeline for Genome-wide Association Studies, Microsoft External Research Symposium Poster, July 2nd, 2008.

  2. Patel C, Weng C: Quality and Trust of Information Content and Credentialing. Encyclopedia of Database Systems 2009: 2229-2230.

  3. Patel C, Weng C: Reference Knowledge. Encyclopedia of Database Systems 2009: 2360

  4. Patel C, Weng C: Clinical Data and Information Models. Encyclopedia of Database Systems 2009: 348-349

  5. Patel C, Weng C: Clinical Data Quality and Validation. Encyclopedia of Database Systems 2009: 349-350.