Omolola I Ogunyemi
Adjunct Professor, Radiological Sciences, University of California Los Angeles
1731 East 120th Street, Bldg N
Los Angeles, CA 90059
Co-Director, Center for Biomedical Informatics
Member, CTSI, Medical Informatics GPB Home Area
Dr. Ogunyemi holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Barnard College, Columbia University and an M.S.E, and Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania. Before moving to Charles Drew University to become the Director of the Center for Biomedical Informatics, Dr. Ogunyemi was biomedical informatics faculty in the Department of Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School from 1999 until 2007. She was also a member of the affiliated faculty in the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology from 2003 until 2007. She has taught graduate level biomedical informatics courses in the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, at UCLA, and short courses on informatics at the University of Natal, Durban, South Africa. She served on the National Library of Medicine’s Biomedical Library and Informatics Review Committee study section from 2003-2007, is currently on the National Library of Medicine’s Literature Selection and Technical Review Committee (2010-2014) and is an editorial board member of the journal Computers in Biology and Medicine.
A selected list of publications:
- Ogunyemi O, Moran E, Patty Daskivich L, George S, Teklehaimanot S, Ilapakurthi R, Lopez K, Norris K Autonomy versus automation: perceptions of nonmydriatic camera choice for teleretinal screening in an urban safety net clinic, , 2013; .
- Ogunyemi O, Teklehaimanot S, Patty L, Moran E, George S Evaluating predictive modeling’s potential to improve teleretinal screening participation in urban safety net clinics, , 2013; .
- Ogunyemi OI, Meeker D, Kim HE, Ashish N, Farzaneh S, Boxwala A Identifying appropriate reference data models for comparative effectiveness research (CER) studies based on data from clinical information systems, , 2013; .
- Ogunyemi O, George S, Patty L, Teklehaimanot S, Baker R Teleretinal screening for diabetic retinopathy in six los angeles urban safety-net clinics: final study results, , 2013; .
- George S, Moran E, Fish A, Ogunyemi L Understanding the digital divide in the clinical setting: the technology knowledge gap experienced by US safety net patients during teleretinal screening, , 2013; .
- George S, Hindman D, Ani C, Ogunyemi O, Mukherjee S, Ilapakurthi R, Verma M, Baker R, Dayrit M. Development of a Clinical Information System in an Underserved Community Clinic: A Community Partnered Participatory Research Approach (CPPR) Building Community Capacity: Skills and Principles, 2012; .
- Ogunyemi Omolola, Terrien Elizabeth, Eccles Alicia, Patty Lauren, George Sheba, Fish Allison, Teklehaimanot Senait, Ilapakurthi Ramarao, Aimiuwu Otaren, Baker Richard Teleretinal screening for diabetic retinopathy in six Los Angeles urban safety-net clinics: initial findings AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2011; 2011: 1027-35.
- Fish Allison, George Sheba, Terrien Elizabeth, Eccles Alicia, Baker Richard, Ogunyemi Omolola Workflow concerns and workarounds of readers in an urban safety net teleretinal screening study AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2011; 2011: 417-26.
- Ogunyemi Omolola, Mukherjee Sukrit, Ani Chizobam, Hindman David, George Sheba, Ilapakurthi Ramarao, Verma Mary, Dayrit Melvin CEDRIC: a computerized chronic disease management system for urban, safety net clinics Studies in health technology and informatics, 2010; 160(Pt 1): 208-12.
- Martins David, Ani Chizobam, Pan Deyu, Ogunyemi Omolola, Norris Keith Renal dysfunction, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease mortality Journal of nutrition and metabolism, 2010; 2010: .
- Ahmed Bilal A, Matheny Michael E, Rice Phillip L, Clarke John R, Ogunyemi Omolola I A comparison of methods for assessing penetrating trauma on retrospective multi-center data Journal of biomedical informatics, 2009; 42(2): 308-16.
- Chun Jennifer, Schnabel Freya, Ogunyemi Omolola Assessing a Bayesian risk prediction model in a high-risk breast cancer population AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2007; 42(2): 913.
- Ogunyemi Omolola Methods for reasoning from geometry about anatomic structures injured by penetrating trauma Journal of biomedical informatics, 2006; 39(4): 389-400.
- Matheny Michael E, Ogunyemi Omolola I, Rice Phillip L, Clarke John R Evaluating the discriminatory power of a computer-based system for assessing penetrating trauma on retrospective multi-center data AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2005; 39(4): 500-4.
- Wang Dongwen, Peleg Mor, Tu Samson W, Boxwala Aziz A, Ogunyemi Omolola, Zeng Qing, Greenes Robert A, Patel Vimla L, Shortliffe Edward H Design and implementation of the GLIF3 guideline execution engine Journal of biomedical informatics, 2004; 37(5): 305-18.
- Sordo Margarita, Boxwala Aziz A, Ogunyemi Omolola, Greenes Robert A Description and status update on GELLO: a proposed standardized object-oriented expression language for clinical decision support Studies in health technology and informatics, 2004; 107(Pt 1): 164-8.
- Boxwala Aziz A, Peleg Mor, Tu Samson, Ogunyemi Omolola, Zeng Qing T, Wang Dongwen, Patel Vimla L, Greenes Robert A, Shortliffe Edward H GLIF3: a representation format for sharable computer-interpretable clinical practice guidelines Journal of biomedical informatics, 2004; 37(3): 147-61.
- Peleg Mor, Boxwala Aziz A, Tu Samson, Zeng Qing, Ogunyemi Omolola, Wang Dongwen, Patel Vimla L, Greenes Robert A, Shortliffe Edward H The InterMed approach to sharable computer-interpretable guidelines: a review Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA, 2004; 11(1): 1-10.
- Ogunyemi Omolola I, Clarke John R, Ash Nachman, Webber Bonnie L Combining geometric and probabilistic reasoning for computer-based penetrating-trauma assessment Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA, 2003; 9(3): 273-82.
- Sordo Margarita, Ogunyemi Omolola, Boxwala Aziz A, Greenes Robert A GELLO: an object-oriented query and expression language for clinical decision support AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2003; 107(Pt 1): 1012.
- Boxwala A A, Tu S, Peleg M, Zeng Q, Ogunyemi O, Greenes R A, Shortliffe E H, Patel V L Toward a representation format for sharable clinical guidelines Journal of biomedical informatics, 2001; 34(3): 157-69.
- Ash N, Ogunyemi O, Zeng Q, Ohno-Machado L Finding appropriate clinical trials: evaluating encoded eligibility criteria with incomplete data Proceedings / AMIA … Annual Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2001; 10(1): 27-31.
- Peleg M, Ogunyemi O, Tu S, Boxwala A A, Zeng Q, Greenes R A, Shortliffe E H Using features of Arden Syntax with object-oriented medical data models for guideline modeling Proceedings / AMIA … Annual Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2001; 10(1): 523-7.
- Peleg M, Boxwala A A, Ogunyemi O, Zeng Q, Tu S, Lacson R, Bernstam E, Ash N, Mork P, Ohno-Machado L, Shortliffe E H, Greenes R A GLIF3: the evolution of a guideline representation format Proceedings / AMIA … Annual Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2000; 9(4): 645-9.
- Ogunyemi O, Clarke J R, Webber B, Badler N TraumaSCAN: assessing penetrating trauma with geometric and probabilistic reasoning Proceedings / AMIA … Annual Symposium. AMIA Symposium, 2000; 9(4): 620-4.
- Ogunyemi O, Webber B, and Clarke JR. Using Bayesian Networks for Diagnostic Reasoning in Penetrating Trauma Assessment, In Proceedings Thirteenth Annual IEEE Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems; Houston, TX, 2000; 115-120.
- Ogunyemi O, Webber B, and Clarke JR. Probabilistically predicting penetrating injury for decision support, In Proceedings Eleventh Annual IEEE Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems; Lubbock, TX, 1998; 44-98.
- Ogunyemi O, Webber B, Clarke J R Probabilistic predictions of penetrating injury to anatomic structures Proceedings : a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association / … AMIA Annual Fall Symposium. AMIA Fall Symposium, 1997; 59 Suppl 2(2): 714-8.
- Chi D M, Kokkevis E, Ogunyemi O, Bindiganavale R, Hollick M J, Clarke J R, Webber B L, Badler N I Simulated casualties and medics for emergency training Studies in health technology and informatics, 1997; 39(1): 486-94.
- Badler N, Webber B, Clarke JR, Chi D, Hollick M, Foster N, Kokkevis E, Metaxas, D, Ogunyemi O, Kaye J, Bindiganavale R. Medisim: Simulated medical corpsmen and casualties for medical forces planning and training, The National Forum: Military Telemedicine On-Line Today. Research, Practice and Opportunities. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1995; .
- Ogunyemi O, Kaye J, Webber B, Clarke J R Generating penetration path hypotheses for decision support in multiple trauma Proceedings / the … Annual Symposium on Computer Application [sic] in Medical Care. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 1995; 36(1): 42-6.