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Read the latest news from the Institute for AI in Medicine. The links below take you to articles where you can learn more about our institute's latest events and accomplishments.

  • 05.29.2024

    Mark Youngblood, MD, PhD, is a Resident in Neurological Surgery who studies brain tumors with the goal of developing better therapies for brain tumor patients.

  • 04.24.2024

    The 24-person committee is led by chair Vicky Kalogera (physics and astronomy) and co-vice chairs Abel Kho (Director of I.AIM) and V.S. Subrahmanian (computer science). 

  • 04.24.2024

    Courtney Reamer, MD, Department of Pathology Fellow, discusses why she is passionate about clinical informatics and describes the web app she worked on that leverages large language models tailored for neurologists.

  • 04.17.2024

    A multi-institutional team of investigators have developed a new framework for supporting healthcare providers in implementing polygenic risk score-based testing into primary care settings, according to a recent study published in Nature Medicine.

  • 04.09.2024
    Yuan Luo, I.AIM Chief AI Officer, and colleagues put together the AI and Data Science Year In Review that highlights significant advancements, challenges, and trends in healthcare and biomedical research.
  • 02.13.2024

    We're excited to announce the IPDLN Conference is heading to the United States for the first time ever September 15-18, 2024.

  • 02.12.2024
    Lee Cooper, Director of I.AIM's Center for Computational Imaging and Signal Analytics, weighs in on why we love diverse data.
  • 01.26.2024

    Recent graduate Julianne Murphy, PhD, focused her dissertation on "Health outcomes after stroke: determinants, complications, and prediction"

  • 01.19.2024

    Artificial intelligence can help improve the lives of millions of patients.

  • 01.12.2024

    Marianne Green, MD, Co-director of I.AIM's Center for Medical Education in Digital Healthcare and Data Science and colleagues discuss how AI can be used in clinical settings. 

  • 12.11.2023

    IPDLN is excited to announce the Call for Abstracts is now open. Themes include innovations in population data science and linkage, privacy and governance, advanced data analytics and infrastructure, and policy impact.

  • 12.01.2023

    A common diabetes medication may help some patients with treatment-resistant hypertension slightly lower their high blood pressure and lessen their risk of heart failure events such as stroke, according to an analysis of a clinical trial published in Circulation.

  • 11.27.2023

    Lee Cooper, Director of I.AIM's Center for Computational Imaging & Signal Analytics in Medicine, and colleagues discuss their new tool that predicts outcomes in invasive breast cancer

  • 10.31.2023

    I.AIM Director Abel Kho, Northwestern Medicine MD-PhD Student Yuyang Yang, and colleagues found that EHRs of adult inpatients from minority populations received lower engagement from health care teams.

  • 10.30.2023

    Learn about medical student Leo Thompson's interest in machine learning and recent clustering analysis on patients with metastatic melanoma.

  • 10.23.2023

    I.AIM's Center for Collaborative AI sponsors a bi-weekly forum that examines cutting-edge developments in the field of AI for healthcare.

  • 10.10.2023

    I.AIM Director Abel Kho, Northwestern Medicine MD-PhD Student Yuyang Yang, and colleagues found that EHRs of adult inpatients from minority populations received lower engagement from health care teams.

  • 10.02.2023

    The antidiabetic and weight loss drug semaglutide, sold under the brand names Ozempic and Wegovy, can also help patients with heart failure and obesity lose weight while also improving symptoms and increasing exercise capacity, according to a clinical trial published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

  • 09.29.2023

    Learn about Bong-Joon Kim, MD, PhD, visiting research scholar and associate professor of cardiology at Kosin University Gospel Hospital in Korea.

  • 09.28.2023

    I.AIM Chief of Data Operations Ngan MacDonald shares insights at the recent Mathematica event, "How Artificial Intelligence Can Advance Health Equity."

  • 09.26.2023
    Northwestern University and the University of Chicago teamed up on Sept. 14 for a discussion about AI’s potential and limitations. 
  • 08.30.2023

    Kristi Holmes, PhD, professor of Preventive Medicine, director of Northwestern’s Galter Health Sciences Library and chief of knowledge management for the Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, has been named the new associate dean for knowledge management and strategy at Feinberg.

  • 07.27.2023

    Learn about Chun Yuan Khoo, MBBS, MMed, MRCP, a heart failure cardiologist with clinical interests in cardiac amyloidosis, cardiomyopathy, and heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.

  • 07.17.2023

    Kelly Michelson, Director of I.AIM's Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM), examines strategies to help parents find resources to cope and deal with grieving during the fragile time of loosing a child.