Michael L Williams

PhD Candidate

email: michael (dot) l (dot) williams (at) vanderbilt (dot) edu

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My research primarily concerns population pharmacokinetics and data extraction/processing from electronic health records. More broadly, I have an interest in human health and I enjoy picking up the various skills necessary to making an impact in this domain. Feel free to get in touch if you are interested in my work or if you work in similar domains and want to connect. I also make music and try to keep demos I am happy with catalogued here.

Publications

  1. Williams ML, Weeks HL, Beck C, & Choi L (2021). Effects of Last Dosing Time on Population Pharmacokinetic Analysis of Tacrolimus Performed using Extracted Data from Electronic Health Records. MedRxiv, 2021.01.15.21249900. link
  2. Choi L, Beck C, McNeer E, Weeks HL, Williams ML, James NT, Niu X, Abou‐Khalil BW, Birdwell KA, Roden DM, Stein CM, Bejan CA, Denny JC, & Driest SLV (2020). Development of a System for Postmarketing Population Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Studies Using Real-World Data From Electronic Health Records. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 107(4), 934–943. link
  3. McNeer E, Beck C, Weeks HL, Williams ML, James NT, Bejan CA, & Choi L (2020). Building longitudinal medication dose data using medication information extracted from clinical notes in electronic health records. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. link
  4. Weeks HL, Beck C, McNeer E, Williams ML, Bejan CA, Denny JC, & Choi L (2020). medExtractR: A targeted, customizable approach to medication extraction from electronic health records. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 27(3), 407–418. link
  5. McNeer E, Beck C, Weeks HL, Williams ML, James NT, & Choi L (2019). A post-processing algorithm for building longitudinal medication dose data from extracted medication information using natural language processing from electronic health records [Preprint]. bioRxiv. link

Music

I am available for collaboration or amateur jams. Check out my musical interests and output here.

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