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|Title||Institution||Phenotype Attributes||Description||Status||Contact Author||Type of Phenotype|
|STOP CRC Cohort||Group Health Cooperative||CPT Codes, ICD 9 Codes||This is a cohort identification phenotype for the STOP CRC trial, which is testing a culturally tailored, health care system–based program to improve CRC screening rates in OCHIN, a community-based collaborative network of more than 200 Federally Qualified Healthcare Centers.||Validated||Michelle Smerek||Disease or Syndrome|
|Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)||Vanderbilt University Medical Center||ICD 9 Codes, Laboratories, Medications, Natural Language Processing||We used Vanderbilt’s Synthetic Derivative (SD), a de-identified version of the EHR, with 2.5 million subjects. We selected all individuals with at least one SLE ICD-9 code (710.0) yielding 5959 individuals. To create a training set, 200 were randomly selected for chart review. A subject was defined as a case if diagnosed with SLE by a rheumatologist, nephrologist, or dermatologist.||Final||April Barnado||Disease or Syndrome|
|Tourette Syndrome||Vanderbilt University Medical Center||ICD 10 Codes, ICD 9 Codes, Natural Language Processing||Testing||Lea Davis||Disease or Syndrome|
|Type1 or Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus||Mayo Clinic||ICD 9 Codes, Laboratories, Medications, Natural Language Processing||Phenotyping algorithm for the identification of patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) preoperatively using routinely available clinical data from electronic health records.||Final||Sudhi Upadhyaya|
|Urinary Incontinence||Stanford University||CPT Codes, ICD 10 Codes, ICD 9 Codes, Natural Language Processing||Description of a weakly supervised machine learning approach for extracting treatment-related side effects (Urinary Incontinence) following prostate cancer therapy from multiple types of free-text clinical narratives, including progress notes, discharge summaries, history and physical notes. Prostatectomy surgery and radiation therapy are our treatments of interest for prostate cancer.||Final||Tina Hernandez-Boussard||Disease or Syndrome|