Diagnostic Hypothesis Generation in Medicine, Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance

May 11, 2011

Rick Thomas, PhD (University of Oklahoma) meets with Representative Chaka Fattah (D-PA).

0313-1-300px.jpgRepresentative Phil Roe (R-TN) learned about
Dr. Thomas' research.

The 17th Annual Coalition for National Science Funding Exhibition & Reception took place on May 11, 2011, in the Rayburn House Office Building, in Washington, DC. This year’s event highlighted STEM Research and Education: Underpinning American Innovation and featured 30 exhibitors from various fields of science, all of which are funded by the National Science Foundation.

This event is attended by Members of Congress, congressional staff members, NSF leaders, as well as many others and provides a wonderful opportunity to interact with scientists and learn about the important funded by the National Science Foundation and encourage continued and increasing investment in NSF and the research it supports. FABBS has participated in this event for many years and was pleased to host Rick Thomas, PhD (Director, Decision Processes Laboratory and Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma). Dr. Thomas’s poster explained his research on Diagnostic Hypothesis Generation in Medicine, Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance and the implications such work can have for those working in these fields.

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