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September 24, 2021
Big Ten Augmented Intelligence Bowl Finals

2021 Big Ten Augmented Intelligence Bowl Finals: Registration Now Open

Friday, October 22 | Virtual

Registration for the Big Ten Augmented Intelligence Bowl Finals on October 22, 2021, is now open! Teams from the University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Northwestern University, Penn State, and Indiana University advanced to will present their solutions to how AI can address health disparities. 

Due to the current state of the pandemic, the Big 10 Augmented Intelligence Bowl Finals (#Big10AIBowl) will be an all-virtual event. If the health situation changes, we hope to host a networking event in person, but teams will not be required to travel. We look forward to an exciting virtual event!

Please register and share our Eventbrite link broadly!

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Biomedical Informatics & Data Jam

2021 (Virtual) Biomedical Informatics & Data Jam

Friday, October 8, 2021 | 1:00-5:00 pm (CT)

The Center for Biomedical Informatics and Data Science (CBIDS) is once again partnering with other Chicago institutions to plan the highly anticipated 2021 Biomedical Informatics Data Jam. Faculty and students at Northwestern University, University of Illinois-Chicago, Loyola, and University of Chicago are invited to learn about research and collaboration opportunities across Chicago. The event is also a chance for new students to meet current students and learn about their research projects. Due to the current status of the pandemic, this year’s Data Jam will be virtual.

Northwestern/I.AIM's Justin Starren, MD, PhD, Kristi Holmes, PhD, and Yinan Zheng, PhD, will present during the event. Learn more and view the full schedule here!

Data Jam Registration
Clinical Informatics Roundtable

Join the Next Clinical Informatics Roundtable

Monthly on the last Friday | 12:00 pm (CT)

Join the Clinical Informatics Roundtable series the last Friday of each month at noon for collaborative discussions with participants across Northwestern University, Northwestern Medicine, and Feinberg School of Medicine.
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Call for Discussion Topics

We welcome your ideas for future discussion topics! If you would like to submit a topic for discussion at a future Clinical Informatics Roundtable meeting, please email I.AIM@northwestern.edu

Funding Opportunity

Ethics and Artificial Intelligence Research Grant

Provided jointly by the Center for Bioethics & Medical Humanities and I.AIM, this award will fund research in bioethics and artificial intelligence (AI).

The award will provide funding for pilot/exploratory projects that explore bioethics problems associated with any type of AI in healthcare. Projects can address issues from conception, development, testing, and implementation of AI and can be normative or empirical work. The aim is to support preliminary work that will provide a foundation for obtaining funding to support larger research projects.

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Award Announcement
Please join us in congratulating I.AIM Chief Data Engineer Mozziyar Etemadi, MD, PhD, along with Co-PD/PIs Mahesh Vaidyanathan, MD, MBA, and Amber Watters, MD, and Co-Investigators Emily Stinnett Miller, MD, MPH, Priya Rajan, MD, and Bethany Stetson, MD on receiving a $1.6 million grant award from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for the project, "AI-Enabled OB Ultrasound: Rapid Iteration on GA Algorithm." 
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Center Spotlight

About the Center for Deep Phenotyping & Precision Therapeutics (DPPT)

The Center for Deep Phenotyping & Precision Therapeutics is focused on three objectives: creating high-definition, deep phenotyping platforms to study human diseases and clinical syndromes; applying machine learning and other advanced analytic techniques to the classification of heterogeneous clinical syndromes; and designing and performing novel clinical trials to advance precision therapeutics.

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NIH Grant Announcement

Center for DPPT Director Sanjiv Shah, MD, received a $16.7 million NIH grant to study heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) therapies. The goal of the program, HeartShare, is to use machine learning and multi-omics to improve classification and phenotyping of HFpEF, with the ultimate goal of creating new therapies.

Join DPPT Initiatives

Become a member of I.AIM and select the Center for Deep Phenotyping & Precision Therapeutics as your "primary center affiliation" to get involved!
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Are you interested in becoming involved in one or more of I.AIM's center initiatives? Become a member!
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Look for next month's Center Spotlight on the Center for Medical Education in Data Science & Digital Health with Dr. Marianne Green and Dr. David Liebovitz!
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