As data science and medicine come together, artificial intelligence (AI) is opening new possibilities in nearly every medical specialty. At Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a large academic medical center within an even larger medical ecosystem, initiatives underway reveal how close we are to adding AI to the physician’s toolkit to improve patient care.
A national leader in AI, Brigham clinicians and scientists are poised to bring the power of AI into the clinic. The breadth of research throughout this Harvard teaching hospital, plus collaborations with Harvard Medical School and...
When following a patient for brain tumor recurrence, standard assessments fall short: Imaging and clinical exams each occur only a few times per year, and patient questionnaires capture only a moment in time and may be unreliable due to the challenge of accurate self-assessment amidst insidious decline.
Cardiovascular diseases remain the leading cause of death worldwide and rising expense, making this area ripe for AI-enabled innovations. This AI Update includes discussions from the 2019 World Medical Innovation Forum, an interview from Licensing Manager Teja Reddi, PhD and an “In the News” article featuring the Apple Heart Study from Calum MacRae MD, PhD.
The Computational Neuroscience Outcomes Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital Department of Neurosurgery hosted their inaugural symposium bringing together leading data science experts in the clinical neurosciences for a day of keynote & plenary talks on state-of-the-art advances, abstract presentations of cutting-edge work, & sessions to foster innovative collaborations. The audience spanned the spectrum of computational neuroscience: both clinicians & scientists in neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology, neuropathology, neurooncology, radiation oncology,...
Three investigators received the Brigham Research Institute's (BRI) NextGen Awards, which are designed to catalyze the Brigham research community’s ability to better respond to scientific changes and technological developments. The NextGen Awards consist of two groups of grants, each with a different set of criteria.
Track A (“Affinity group”) award recipients receive up to $5,000 for funding and BRI staffing support to convene a group of researchers with common exploratory interests.
The recipients of the NextGen Affinity Group awards are: