Universities, MIT, Brandeis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Tokyo, Virginia Tech, University of Colorado, Boulder, University of the Philippines, University of Manchester, Institute of Computer Science PAS, University of Cambridge, Columbia University Medical Center, Queens College CUNY, University of Turku, Turku BioNLP Group, University of Colorado, Denver, University of Sheffield, Concordia University, Dartmouth College, UMass Amherst, Stanford, Berkeley

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Turku BioNLP Group

The Turku BioNLP Group is a group of researchers studying various aspects of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and its applications primarily in the domain of biological, biomedical, and clinical text. In particular, we are interested in the development and application of machine learning methods to various NLP tasks.

Research interests
Information Extraction
Dependency parsing
Corpus development
Machine learning

Natural Language Processing and the Oncologic History: Is There a Match?

Warner, J. L., P. Anick, P. Hong, and N. Xue, "Natural Language Processing and the Oncologic History: Is There a Match?", Journal of Oncology Practice, vol. 7, no. 4: American Society of Clinical Oncology, pp. e15, 2011.

Combining independent syntactic and semantic annotation schemes

Verhagen, M., A. Stubbs, and J. Pustejovsky, "Combining independent syntactic and semantic annotation schemes", Proceedings of the Linguistic Annotation Workshop: Association for Computational Linguistics, pp. 109–112, 2007.

Applying the TARSQI Toolkit to Augment Text Mining of EHRs

Stubbs, A., and B. Harshfield, "Applying the TARSQI Toolkit to Augment Text Mining of EHRs", Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing, Uppsala, Sweden, Association for Computational Linguistics, pp. 141–143, July, 2010.
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