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UF College of Medicine hosts second annual AI4Health conference

The second annual AI4Health: Improving Health Through Artificial Intelligence conference was held April 22-24 at the Disney Yacht Club in Orlando, showcasing the most recent research in medical AI and providing a forum for researchers to discuss its implications for improving health.

NIH grant funds machine learning research into pediatric asthma

Researchers at the University of Florida College of Medicine are working to improve the lives and patient care of children suffering with asthma in the United States. Asthma is a disease common among more than 6 million children nationwide. Jennifer Fishe, MD, and Jie Xu, PhD, are principal investigators for this study.

UF opens Malachowsky Hall for Data Science & Information Technology

Designed to set the standard for future STEM buildings across national and international campuses and transform the artificial intelligence (AI) and data science workforce, the University of Florida Friday held a celebratory ribbon cutting for the Malachowsky Hall for Data Science & Information Technology.

MINDS AND MACHINES

Professors in our department are developing an AI tool to predict who will get Alzheimer’s disease up to five years before a diagnosis is made.

First Event on Artificial Intelligence and Learning Health Systems Finds Success

A new gathering co-sponsored by the University of Florida brought together 100 experts in medicine from across the U.S. to share ideas about the potential of artificial intelligence to supercharge health care. The event’s title was “Transforming Patient-Centered Health Care Delivery through an AI-enabled Learning Health System.”

A trio of grants brings $13 million for aging research using AI

A University of Florida researcher hit a grand slam that secured funding and launched three projects on September 1, 2023 for a combined value of $13.3 million. Jiang Bian, Ph.D., is a UF professor in Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) within the College of Medicine. The National Institute on Aging funded the three collaborative project grants.