Tech & Health

NIH awards $4.2 million for AI patient assessment

Tkaczyk and collaborators will assemble a database of more than 11,000 photographs and associated clinical information from diverse patient populations at five centers: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic, NIH, University of Pennsylvania and VUMC.

New online repository offers physicians quick guidance on care of rare disease patients

Vanderbilt University Medical Center has collaborated with Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C., to develop the Rare Disease Clinical Activity Protocol Program, or RareCAP, a growing online repository of clinical protocols designed to offer quick, practical guidance on the care of patients with rare diseases.

Supercomputing redesign of a COVID monoclonal antibody

The approach, which combines high-performance computing, simulation, machine learning and experimental validation, will help keep antibody drugs up to date in the future against highly variable viruses.

Vanderbilt’s Innovation Ambassadors help their colleagues change the world

Within the intellectual powerhouse that is Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center thrives a group of doctors, engineers, computer scientists and others who also are visionaries, inventors and entrepreneurs. 

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AI shows promise for clinical phenotyping

Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center have demonstrated the potential for large language models like ChatGPT to help generate electronic health record phenotyping algorithms, a critical but time-consuming task in observational health research.

AI to doctors: Beat that! 

Artificial intelligence programs outperformed doctors at answering typical patient questions — suggesting they could be used to write first-draft responses and help speed doctors’ work.

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