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                                                  Abdulaziz D. Alamri




I'm a PhD student in the NLP group of the Computer Science department in Sheffield University under the supervision of  Dr. Mark Stevenson.
I am interested in applying natural language processing techniques to identify contradictory information in biomedical literature (started in May 2013).

2007 - 2008  MSc  in  Human Language Technology (Distinction) , The University of Sheffield, UK
1999 - 2004  BSc  in  Software Engineering ,  King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, KSA



Publications

Alamri, A. and Stevenson Mark. (2016) Introducing a New Methodology to Construct a Potentially Contradictory Corpus From Biomedical Domain (To Appear in DTMBIO'16).
Alamri, A.
and Stevenson, M. (2016). A Corpus of Potentially Contradictory Research Claims from Cardiovascular Research Abstracts. In:
Journal of Biomedical Semantics, 7(1):1–9.
Alamri, A. and Stevenson, M. (2015). Automatic Identification of Potentially Contradictory Claims to Support Systematic Reviews. In 2015 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM), Washington, D.C
A. Alamri and M. Stevenson,  (2015) Automatic Detection of Answers to Research Questions from Medline Abstracts,  in Proceedings of BioNLP 15. Beijing, China: Association for Computational Linguistics, July 2015, pp. 141–146.
M. Stevenson, A. Alamri, Y. Guo and R. Gaizauskas (2009) A Corpus of Biomedical Abbreviations. In Proceedings of Corpus Linguistics 2009, Liverpool, UK
M. Stevenson, Y. Guo, A. Alamri and R. Gaizauskas (2009) Disambiguation of Biomedical Abbreviations. In Proceedings of the BioNLP 2009 Workshop, pages 71--79, Boulder, Colorado

 
MSc dissertation
Word Sense Disambiguation in The Biomedical Domain (Disambiguation of Biomedical Abbreviations)
 
Awards
2010 - Outstanding Performance - Saudi Ministry of Interior
2008 - Award of Excellence - Saudi Culture bureau
2006 - Outstanding Performance - Saudi Ministry of Interior