|Kevin Bretonnel Cohen|
Director, Biomedical Text Mining Group|
Computational Bioscience Program
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Office: RC-1 S. Room L18-6102
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I am the Director of the Biomedical Text Mining Group in Larry Hunter's Computational Bioscience Program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. I am also the d'Alembert Chair in Natural Language Processing for the Biomedical Domain at the Université Paris-Saclay, where I am in the ILES group at LIMSI.
I spent the first half of my adult life doing medical/technical work, and the second half doing linguistics and software development. I was originally trained in articulatory phonetics, but most of my linguistic work has been in the area of natural language processing.
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