Noemie Elhadad Noemie Elhadad, PhD

Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University

Dr. Elhadad is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University, affiliated with Computer Science and the Data Science Institute. Her research is at the intersection of medicine, technology, and data science. She leads the Citizen Endo project and the Phendo app, which aims to give endometriosis patients a voice and promote new ways of approaching endometriosis research.

 

From Code to Cure: Phendo App Creator Noemie Elhadad

From Code to Cure: Phendo App Creator Noemie Elhadad

This story originally appeared in Columbia Magazine A woman who complains to her doctor about extreme menstrual pain is likely to be told, It’s a normal part of being a woman, so tough it out. And yet, too often, the pain is…

Patient Awareness Day 2018: Noemie Elhadad, Ph.D.

Patient Awareness Day 2018: Noemie Elhadad, Ph.D.

PATIENT AWARENESS DAY 2018:  LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE WITH ENDO Sunday, March 18, 2018, (8am-5pm) Einhorn Auditorium (131 E76th st)  at Lenox Hill Hospital, NYC The Citizen Endo Project: Phendo Update Noemie Elhadad, Ph.D. - Hi…

A Q&A With Noemie Elhadad About Her  <br> New Endometriosis Symptom-Tracking App, Phendo

A Q&A With Noemie Elhadad About Her
New Endometriosis Symptom-Tracking App, Phendo

Noémie Elhadad is a researcher in biomedical informatics at Columbia University. Through her Citizen Endo project she created Phendo, an app that allows women to track their endometriosis symptoms and submit them for research. How has…

Noemie Elhadad, PhD - Giving patients the tools to contribute to endometriosis research

Noemie Elhadad, PhD - Giving patients the tools to contribute to endometriosis research

Noemie Elhadad, PhDGiving patients the tools to contribute to endometriosis research Patient Awareness DayThe Lifecycle of Endometriosis: From Diagnosis to Coping with DiseaseSunday April 17, 2016Lenox Hill Hospital, Einhorn Auditorium So,…