At the University of Florida College of Medicine’s Celebration of Research poster session on Feb. 28, Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3) researchers displayed six posters at the O’Connell Center that gave visitors an early look at some of our most recent work.
In addition to IC3 directors, associate directors, and assistant directors, the work featured at the Celebration of Research came from a wide range of IC3 researchers—AI2Heal Datathon grant winners, postdoctoral associates, medical students, and computer science grad students.
Featured IC3 projects
AI2Heal Datathon grant winner Mohammad Al-Ani from UF Health Cardiology and the UF College of Medicine with his poster, “Impella vs. Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump as Bridge to Heart Transplantation.”
IC3 postdoctoral associate Esra Adıyeke with her poster, “Persistent AKI Is Associated with Poor Outcomes and Increased Hospital Cost in Vascular Surgery.”
IC3 grad student Annanya Vedala from UF Computer & Information Science & Engineering with her poster, “Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Post-Operative Outcomes.”
IC3 medical student William Snead with his poster, “Phenotypes within a Vascular Surgery Cohort with Consensus Clustering.”
IC3 medical student Anshul Daga with his poster, “Methods for Deep Phenotyping Adult AKI Patients: A Scoping Review.”
IC3 medical student Anjay Shah with his poster, “Phenotyping Acute Kidney Injury Using Consensus Clustering.”