Tune in for a chance to hear from the founders of Pico Portal
FREE webinar on February 23rd!
PICO Portal is a new, independent, evidence synthesis platform for scoping reviews, rapid reviews, systematic reviews, and evidence synthesis type project of any size or scale. With its modern user-friendly interface, mobile support, and flexible workflow it is built to support collaboration and participation of researchers, stakeholders, and informationists/librarians.
PICO Portal intelligently automates tasks such as deduplication, identifying study type, highlighting relevant keywords, finding, and uploading full-text articles, and predicting articles eligibility for inclusion. It uses Machine Learning (ML) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) algorithms to deduplicate articles, highlight relevant keywords and prioritize citations for screening.
Additionally, a Teaching Kit is available for instructors, providing hands-on experience in the conduct of evidence synthesis. The speakers will be presenting on how the tools work and why they were developed - including a live demo, and Q&A session. Read more: https://picoportal.org/
February 23, 2022
10am - 11am EST (New York)
Eitan Agai, Founder of PICO Portal, has extensive expertise in machine learning (ML), natural language processing (NLP) and text mining, with a focus on applications in health relevant data and financial data. In response to the pandemic in 2020, Mr. Agai applied his extensive knowledge in the complex user interface & automation of the financial world to develop PICO Portal.
Dr. Robinson is a Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with joint appointments in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is Director of the JHU Evidence-based Practice Center and, within the EPC Program, serves as an Associate Editor and on the Methods Steering Committee. For over 20 years she has been active in Cochrane, where she is a systematic review author as well as an editor for two review groups (including the methodology review group). She served on the board for the Systematic Review Data Repository (SRDR), serving as chair for 5 years, and has been or is in leadership positions with Guidelines International Network and the Evidence-Based Research Network. Dr. Robinson conducts systematic reviews and research on the use of evidence in making decisions.
Dr. Qureshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Colorado, specializing in Clinical Trials and Evidence Synthesis methods. His work focuses on exploring how adverse events are handled in clinical trials and systematic reviews. Dr. Qureshi completed his PhD at Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Western Ontario.