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People-driven. Data-powered.

The mission of the Institute for Augmented Intelligence in Medicine is to bridge computational methods with human expertise to advance medical science and improve human health.

We explore the application of machine learning, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, genetic analysis and deep phenotyping of health data to build useful, responsible tools that put people first.

Abel Kho, MD, MS, FACMI, Director, Institute for Augmented Intelligence in Medicine

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Our Centers

Our six centers will deepen Northwestern's focus on augmented intelligence in the following areas:

Center for Computational Imaging & Signal Analytics in Medicine

This center looks to apply advanced analytic methods to augment clinical care using imaging or sensor data. Programs within this center include imaging patterns, sensor analytics and cardiac application.

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Center for Deep Phenotyping & Precision Therapeutics

This center is focused on high-definition phenotyping of patients, applying machine learning to reclassify heterogeneous clinical syndromes and performing novel clinical trials to advance precision medicine.

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Center for Advanced Molecular Analysis

This center seeks to generate and analyze cellular and population omics data for improved diagnostics.

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Center for Biomedical Informatics & Data Science

This unit, a joint center between our institute and the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, develops and supports informatics methods and tools to effectively use data in clinical settings and to train the next generation of biomedical informaticians.
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Center for Bioethics & Medical Humanities

This unit, a joint center between our institute and the Institute for Public Health and Medicine, will establish a program in the ethics of data, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
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Center for Education in Data Science & Digital Health

Our center aspires to impart trainees with foundational knowledge and skills in the research and application of technology to improve health.
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Our Collaborators
The Institute continues to build infrastructure necessary to accelerate innovation. I.AIM’s work in data science has deep roots in the community and welcomes new partnerships. Interested in becoming a collaborator too? Contact

Northwestern Medicine
Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute
Center for Health Information Partnerships