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Malachowsky Hall opening marks new era for AI-powered health care

College of Medicine‚Äôs Azra Bihorac highlights AI breakthroughs On Nov. 3, a new, seven-story, 263,440-square-foot center that will transform the artificial intelligence and data science workforce celebrated its grand opening in the heart of campus. Malachowsky Hall on the UF campus. The Malachowsky Hall for Data Science & Information…

IC3 researchers to develop AI system for improving kidney transplant outcomes

For people needing a kidney transplant, there has long been a sobering reality: The demand for usable organs falls well short of the supply. Now, University of Florida Health researchers and their colleagues are deploying artificial intelligence to help improve transplant outcomes. This image of a biopsy shows two of the…

IC3 develops model to predict AKI status after surgery

Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3) researchers have published a new study in Surgery about an IC3-developed, dynamic deep learning model that predicts post-operative acute kidney injury (AKI) stages for the next 24 hours. After surgery, AKI can affect 10%-30% of patients and is associated with the development of chronic…

IC3 co-director Rashidi named AIMBE fellow

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…

NASA collaborates with new IC3 research faculty

Research faculty member Kia Khezeli, from the Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3) and IC3 co-director Parisa Rashidi’s Intelligent Health Lab (i-Heal), is an author on two new review articles that discuss how artificial intelligence and precision medicine could be essential to deep space travel for humans in the…

Semifinalist Award for IC3 med student at UF research event

At the University of Florida College of Medicine‘s Annual Medical Student Research Program (MSRP) Symposium on March 6, Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3) medical student Anjay Shah received a Semifinalist Award and $100 for his work. Out of 120 total projects entered by medical students from the…

Former F/A-18 pilot wins research award for IC3

On March 6, 2023, the University of Florida College of Medicine held its Annual Medical Student Research Program (MSRP) Symposium, where Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3) medical student and 15-year US Navy veteran William Snead received a Finalist Award and $200 for his work. Snead, a…

IC3 featured at UF Celebration of Research

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,…