Latest News Story 1 (May 2013):
Our paper "Detecting Anomalous Insiders in Collaborative Information Systems," was recently named by ACM Computing Review as one of the top articles in computer science of 2012.
Latest News Story 2 (March 2013):
Our paper "Enabling Genomic-Phenomic Association Discovery Without Sacrificing Anonymity," was recently published in PLoS One.
Recent News (September 2012):
We were awarded a 4-year grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute to develop "A Risk Management Framework for Identifiability in Genomics Research". This is a collaborative project with Ellen Wright Clayton and Murat Kantarciolgu (at the University of Texas at Dallas). The lab is actively soliciting enterprising graduate students and/or post-docs to join the laboratory!
The Health Information Privacy Laboratory (HIPLAB) at Vanderbilt University was founded to address the growing needs for privacy technology research and development for the emerging health information technologies sector. The goal of the HIPLAB is to improve the protection of patients' privacy in health information systems. The HIPLAB is based in the Department of Biomedical Informatics, in the School of Medicine, and has relationships with various departments around the university and beyond.
The HIPLAB performs basic, as well as, applied research in a number of health-related areas, including primary care and secondary sharing of patient-specific data for research purposes. Projects in the HIPLAB are multi-faceted and draw upon methodologies in computer science, the biomedical sciences, and public policy.
We aim to improve the standard of healthcare and health information systems by developing technologies that enabling trust.
- Department of Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University
- Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vanderbilt University
- Electronic Medical Records and Genomics Network, NIH sponsored
- Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology, NSF sponsored