Research utilizing computational methods and other data-driven methods to improve the health of individuals and the healthcare system while ensuring the responsible use of data to benefit society.
Currently funded grants include:
- $5.9M NIH Bridge2AI grant, MPI Ishan Williams, and colleagues
"Patient-focused collaborative hospital repository using standards (CHoRUS) for equitable AI"
- $1.2M R01 AHRQ grant, PI Jessica Keim Malpass
"Predictive monitoring: IMPact of real-time predictive monitoring in acute care cardiology trial (PM-IMPACCT)"
- $77K NIH/NICHD minority supplement grant, Maria McDonald, PhD student, with PI Jessica Connelly
"Mechanisms of maternal brain changes with birth interventions"
- $500K and $35K Betty Irene Moore Foundation and the National Academy of Medicine Scholars in Diagnostic Excellence program grant, PI Jessica Keim-Malpass
"Uncovering trajectories of illness for children with sepsis" and "Developing an economic framework for critically ill children to achieve diagnostic excellence in sepsis"
- $133K National Science Foundation grant, PIs Jessica Keim-Malpass and Jennifer Lobo
"An algorithm to guide vincristine allocation"