The purpose of this series is to tell the story of long-lasting, as well as emergent, stories of collaboration among clinicians and methodologists, content experts, and engineers, who have successfully worked on joint projects at the intersection of AI and health. Such collaborations are at the center of e-HAIL’s mission, and we offer these stories as a way of inspiring collaboration in other researchers.
“The Marriage of the Need for It and the Ability to Do It”
Deanna Marriott, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Nursing, Systems Populations and Leadership
Vinod Vydiswaran, Ph.D.
Department of Learning Health Sciences
“We Aim to Integrate Machine Learning/AI and Healthcare, in Order to Have Real and Lasting Impact”
Jenna Wiens, Ph.D.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
College of Engineering
“The Key to Our Success Has Been Finding Great Collaborators”
Brahmajee Nallamothu, M.D.
Stove Julius Research Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
Professor of Internal Medicine – Cardiology
Mike Dorsch, PharmD., M.S.
Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
College of Pharmacy