Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3) co-director Parisa Rashidi was recently elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows, which is composed of outstanding bioengineers in academia, industry, and government, representing the top 2 % of medical and biological engineering professionals.
Rashidi was elected for her visionary leadership in medical AI research and education and for benefitting patients in hospital and critical care settings. She has authored 160+ peer-reviewed publications including 70+ journal articles and has received over $10 million in extramural research funds as an individual investigator and over $47 million with collaborators as a team, including funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
In addition to being co-director of IC3, Rashidi is also the director of the Intelligent Health Lab (i-Heal). Her research aims to bridge the gap between machine learning and patient care.
For more information on the award, read the AIMBE press release and UF Department of Biomedical Engineering announcement.