Chen Yanover

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Chen Yanover, PhD
Senior Researcher

KI Research Institute

Chen Yanover, PhD, is a Senior Researcher at the KI Research Institute, Israel, where he applies causal inference and machine learning tools to healthcare data. Previously, Chen was a research staff member in the Health Informatics Department at IBM’s Haifa Research Lab.

Chen received a PhD in computer science and structural biology, an MSc (cum laude) in computer science, and a BSc (cum laude) in computer science and life science, all from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has been a postdoctoral research associate at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington, and, in the Department of Computer Science at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, in Israel.

Gottlieb, A., Yanover, C., Cahan, A., Goldschmidt, Y., 2017. Estimating the effects of second-line therapy for type 2 diabetes mellitus: retrospective cohort study. BMJ Open Diabetes Res Care 5, e000435.

Ozery-Flato, M., Yanover, C., Gottlieb, A., Weissbrod, O., Parush Shear-Yashuv, N., Goldschmidt, Y., 2017. Fast and Efficient Feature Engineering for Multi-Cohort Analysis of EHR Data. Stud Health Technol Inform 235, 181–185.

Karavani, E., El-Hay, T., Shimoni, Y., Yanover, C., 2019. Comment: Causal Inference Competitions: Where Should We Aim? Statist. Sci. 34, 86–89.

Ozery-Flato, M., Goldschmidt, Y., Shaham, O., Ravid, S., Yanover, C., 2020. Framework for Identifying Drug Repurposing Candidates from Observational Healthcare Data. medRxiv 2020.01.28.20018366.

Laifenfeld, D., Yanover, C., Ozery-Flato, M., Shaham, O., Rosen-Zvi, M., Lev, N., Goldschmidt, Y., Grossman, I., 2020. Emulated Clinical Trials from Longitudinal Real-World Data Efficiently Identify Candidates for Neurological Disease Modification: Examples from Parkinson’s Disease. medRxiv 2020.08.11.20171447.

Yanover, C., Mizrahi, B., Kalkstein, N., Marcus, K., Akiva, P., Barer, Y., Shalev, V., Chodick, G., 2020. What factors increase the risk of complications in SARS-Cov-2 infected patients? A cohort study in a nationwide Israeli health organization. JMIR Public Health Surveill.