Min is a PhD graduate of the University of Sydney. He has extensive experience in modelling large text corpora by applying machine learning technologies. He attended the i2b2 Natural Language Processing for Clinical Data Challenge run by Harvard University and Partners Healthcare and won the challenge in 2009. In the following year’s challenge, Min worked in a team and their submission placed 3rd. He is one of the founding members of HLA.

List of Publications

2012

Min Li and Jon Patrick. 2012. Extracting Temporal Information from Electronic Patient Records. American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium. 2012.

Jon Patrick and Min Li. 2012. An ontology for clinical questions about the contents of patient notes. Journal of Biomedical Informatics. 2012:45(2);292-306.

2011

Jon D Patrick, Dung H M Nguyen, Yefeng Wang, and Min Li, 2011, A knowledge discovery and reuse pipeline for information extraction in clinical notes. Journal of American Medical Informatics Association 2011;18:574-579.

2010

Jon Patrick and Min Li, 2010. High Accuracy Information Extraction of Medication Information from Clinical Notes: 2009 i2b2 Medication Extraction Challenge. Journal of American Medical Informatics Association 2010;17:524-527.

Jon Patrick and Min Li, 2010. High Accuracy Information Retrieval and Information Extraction System for Electronic Clinical Notes, Proceedings of 4th Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management.

2009

Jon Patrick and Min Li, 2009. A Cascade Approach to Extract Medication Events, Proceedings of the Australasian Language Technology Association Workshop 2009.

Jon Patrick and Min Li, 2009, Intelligent Clinical Notes System: an Information Retrieval and Information Extraction System for Clinical Notes, Proceedings of 11th IEEE International Conference on e-Health Networking, Application and Services.