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Natural Language Processing: Analyzing Clinical and Mental Health Notes

Presentation made by Dr. Parisa Rashidi In contrast to the structured clinical data typically used for administrative purposes, clinical notes are more nuanced and are primarily used by healthcare providers for detailed documentation. Each patient encounter is associated with several clinical notes. This poses many challenges for…

JOIN US! 2022-Fulbright-awareness-week

Fulbright Visiting Scholar Jessica Sena LECTURE TITLE:THE ADVENTURES OF A BRAZILIAN COMPUTER SCIENTIST: Artificial intelligence, Fulbright and beyond Jessica Sena is a Fulbright Visiting Researcher at…

Artificial Intelligence – Human Creativity

The University of Florida’s AI initiative will make UF a national leader in AI and have far-reaching impacts for the university and its students and faculty. Equally important, it will play a crucial role in the transformation of Florida’s economy into a diversified, technology-driven, high-wage economy. Will post on…

Artificial Intelligence Learns Treatment Strategies for Hypotension

Congratulations to Dr. Tezcan Ozrazgat-Baslanti, Dr. Crystal Johnson-Mann, and Dr. Tyler Loftus for their project “OR-DRD-AI2020: The Artificial Intelligence learns optimal treatment strategies for hypotension in surgery” being selected as an awardee from UF Research, Artificial Intelligence Research Catalyst Fund.  The Complication: Hypotension In the United States, where the average American…

Discovery and Validation of Urinary Molecular Signature of Early Sepsis

A prospective cohort study by PRISMAp Read the research paper here.  Breaking barriers: PRISMAp researchers, in collaboration with several departments at the University of Florida including Biomedical Engineering, Surgery, UFHealth, and i-Heal, have just completed the first ever study that uses urinary cellular gene expression to examine sepsis.   Kidneys are Key…

Addressing Racial Disparities in Research

UF Research has recently awarded a grant to address racial disparities in clinical trials of treatments for some of the nation’s most prevalent chronic diseases, like diabetes, hypertension, stroke, heart and kidney disease.  Racial Disparities in Research  “The diseases affect more than 50…