UCI and the CAIDM attends the UC-wide conference to discuss the impactful work for AI in radiology.
Dr. Peter Chang discusses the current state of AI in medicine to UCI staff, faculty, and students.
Dr. Peter Chang visits the Department of Radiology at Loma Linda University today to discuss the current state and impact in the field of AI.
The CAIDM is excited to announce an eight-part AI lecture series led by Dr. Peter Chang that focuses on applying deep learning to healthcare problems.
The CAIDM attends the first UC-wide AI in Biomedicine Conference, which aims to bridge ties between clinical research and AI across the entire UC system.
The CAIDM is excited to be part of the UCI Brilliant Future Campaign. This campaign is an opportunity to demonstrate the passion for what UCI stands for. Drs. Peter Chang and Daniel Chow will be collaborating with Drs. Leslie Thompson and Suzanne Sandmeyer for the new initiative for Precision Health through Directed AI, which will provide a UCI-wide platform of cross-disciplinary teams dedicated to solving specific health needs. For more information about our initiative, please visit: https://brilliantfuture.uci.edu/precision-health-through-directed-ai/
The CAIDM office has moved to the main campus in Irvine! We are located at the UCI California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) building. We are excited to be part of this collaborative space that promotes innovation and technology-driven research. Please feel free to visit us to learn more about our Center.
Dr. Leslie Thompson, Dr. Suzanne Sandmeyer, Dr. Peter Chang, and Dr. Daniel Chow will be leading one of the new UCI Academic Initiatives starting July 1st. The Applied Digital Health initiative will focus on improving healthcare through the usage of innovative AI Deep Learning tools to detect, characterize and predict diseases. By using these tools to learn underlying patterns, AI researchers and clinicians will be able provide more suitable treatment plans to patients.
Congratulations to Dr. Peter Chang for being among one of the top-ranked awardees for the 2019 RSNA Research Scholar Grant. He will be working alongside Dr. Min-Ying Lydia Su, Dr. Wengui Yu, and Dr. Daniel S. Chow for his project titled, Leveraging Deep Learning for Stroke Imaging Triage. This proposal seeks to leverage deep learning through CNNs, a subset of machine learning and artificial intelligence, to (1) improve CT interpretation time for patients with suspected acute ischemic strokes, (2) reliably […]
Congratulations to the Neurovascular Research Institute investigators and team for being one of the awardees for the UCI 2018-19 Research Seed Funding Program “Investing to Develop Center-Scale Multidisciplinary Convergence Research Programs,” for the proposal to establish the Neurovascular Research Institute (NVRI). CAIDM is looking forward to working with the research team for this initiative.
Dr. Daniel Chow will present “Engaging Physicians in Medical Artificial Intelligence Research” at the Southern California AI and Biomedicine Symposium in Irvine on May 31st. Attend to learn more about how modern Deep Learning AI affects physicians in the field. Registration is free.
The co-directors Dr. Peter Chang and Dr. Daniel Chow, along with the launch of the Center of Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Medicine (CAIDM) were featured in the 2018 School of Medicine Holiday Greeting video! Be sure to view the video to see the summary of all the exciting events that happened this year at UCI.
After launching in July, the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Medicine (CAIDM) has been developing AI applications that can be utilized to advance patient care at UCI Medical Center. Read more about the exciting upcoming AI projects that the Center plans to deploy soon.
Co-directors Dr. Daniel Chow and Dr. Peter Chang from the Center of Artificial Intelligence (CAIDM) discusses the foundation of CAIDM, artificial intelligence & machine learning basics, the potential applications in medicine and their vision of transforming the field of radiology with artificial intelligence. You can download the October podcast at AJNR website!