Allen Flynn

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Healthcare Research, Informatics
Graph-Based Methods, Information Theory, Natural Language Processing, Statistics

Allen Flynn

Assistant Professor

School of Information

Clinical Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences, Medical School and Clinical Assistant Professor of Information, School of Information

I study medication prescription information and work on teams that create and evaluate applications of natural language processing to medication prescription information. The main thrust of my research in pharmacy informatics focuses on automating subtasks that pertain to medication prescribing by clinicians and medication prescription review by pharmacists. In addition, I work with the Knowledge Systems Lab in the Department of Learning Health Sciences to specify model repository requirements for making AI/ML models findable, accessible. interoperable, and reusable.