Join us on Thursday 15th March for our Global Health Forum with a focus this month on data-based and AI approaches to healthcare.
There is currently a surge of interest in the application and development of data-rich approaches in the healthcare sector for analytics, monitoring and decision-making. The range of applications extends from the patient level to organisational aspects of healthcare provision.
This Forum will highlight some of the directions currently being pursued across academic departments at Imperial in close collaboration with Imperial NHS Trusts and Centres using healthcare data in conjunction with advanced computational and mathematical techniques.
The Forum is co-organised by the Institute for Global Health Innovation and the EPSRC Centre for Mathematics of Precision Healthcare and will be followed by a Q&A answer highlighting ongoing research and opportunities
Dr Aldo Faisal,
Director of the Behaviour Analytics Lab at the Data Science Institute, Imperial College London Associate Professor for Neurotechnology, Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London
‘Towards the RoboDoc – Human-in-the-Loop AI harnessing millions of doctor-patient interactions’
Mr Erik Mayer,
Clinical Senior Lecturer, Department of Surgery & Cancer, Imperial College London Transformation Chief Clinical Information Officer (ICHNT), Centre for Health Policy, Institute for Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London
“Patient safety data and data analytics within Imperial NHS Trusts”
Professor Mauricio Barahona,
Chair in Biomathematics, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London
Director of the EPSRC Centre for Mathematics of Precision Healthcare, Imperial College London
“From free text to clusters of content in health records: an unsupervised graph partitioning approach”
About our monthly Global Health Forum
Our monthly Global Health Forum brings together Imperial researchers, students, and staff from across all of the college’s Faculties to highlight, discuss and disseminate findings on current global health research and innovations. The Forums encourage interdisciplinary discussions with the intention to foster inter-Faculty research initiatives and leverage the immense strengths of Imperial College to resolve global health priorities of the early 21st Century.
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