e-HAIL Symposium 2024

Generative AI
in Healthcare

Join Us!

The 3rd annual e-Health and Artificial Intelligence (e-HAIL) symposium, Generative AI in Healthcare, is coming soon!

Accelerating interdisciplinary collaborations through opportunities for engagement around AI & health research is a major focus of the e-HAIL initiative, and the symposium is set up to maximize learning from and connecting with fellow faculty researchers interested/working in this field.

Friday, September 13
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
North Campus Research Complex
Building 18, Dining Hall
2800 Plymouth Rd
Ann Arbor, MI

(RSVPs are required for in-person attendance)

10:00
Opening remarks
Steven Kunkel, Ph.D., Executive Vice Dean for Research for the Medical School and Chief Scientific Officer for Michigan Medicine

10:10
Keynote 1 (followed by audience Q&A)
Tim Althoff, M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Computer Science, University of Washington

11:10
Coffee break

11:30
Keynote 2
Susan Murphy, Ph.D., Mallinckrodt Professor of Statistics and of Computer Science; Associate Faculty, Kempner Institute, Harvard University

12:30
Poster presentations and lunch

1:30
Video Research Showcase

1:45
Panel discussion on “Generative AI in Healthcare” (with audience Q&A)

2:50
Closing remarks
College of Engineering leadership

3:00
Networking & resources fair

Call for Video Research Showcase Submissions

e-HAIL members are invited to apply as part of the Video Research Showcase at the symposium.

Video research presentations can be on any topic at the intersection of AI & Health. The presentations will need to be prerecorded by the presenter and can be no longer than two minutes.

Video Research Showcase submissions are due on Friday, May 31. Decisions will be made in June.

Learn more and submit here.

Call for Posters

U-M students at any level, as well as postdocs/researchers/faculty, are invited to present at the poster session during the symposium.

Poster presentations can be on any topic at the intersection of AI & Health. Acceptable submissions include research contributions, work in progress, as well as previously published work.

Poster submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis until Monday, August 5. We will let you know if your poster has been accepted within three weeks of submission.

Poster presenters should also register for the symposium no later than Monday, September 2.

Learn more and submit here.

Questions?

Contact J. Henrike Florusbosch, Ph.D., e-HAIL Program Manager, at jflorusb@umich.edu.