Prof. Washington receives $2.18M NIH New Innovator Award
Original story from https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2023/10/03/artificial-intelligence-detect-conditions/:
Wouldn’t it be helpful to have a tool that can help identify potential cases of mental health conditions and developmental issues? Imagine the amount of people that could be helped earlier with powerful instruments and aids as
Postdoc position available
Our lab has one postdoc position available. The focus is flexible but should be broadly within AI for healthcare, HCI for healthcare, and/or crowdsourcing for healthcare. Please contact me with your CV to discuss further!
Success in NIH AIM-AHEAD 2023 Health Equity Challenge
Congratulations to ICS graduate students Arianna Bunnell and Armin Soltan, and Math graduate student Zain Jabbar, for placing 3rd in the NIH AIM-AHEAD 2023 Health Equity Data Challenge! The team designed an AI system for predicting breast cancer stage in biopsy histology images from high-risk patients, and has been invited
Two papers accepted to ICML workshops
Two papers from the lab were accepted to ICML 2023 workshops. ICML 2023 is conveniently located in Honolulu this year.
One paper, "Personalized Prediction of Recurrent Stress Events Using Self-Supervised Learning on Multimodal Time-Series Data", was written by Tanvir Islam, a MS student researcher in the lab.
Another paper, "SIM-CNN:
Funding from the Ola HAWAII Pilot Projects Program
The Hawaiʻi Digital Health Lab has been approved by the peer review committee for funding from the Ola HAWAII Pilot Projects Program to support a project in partnership with the AI Precision Health Institute and Shepherd Research Lab to build fair breast cancer prediction models using mammograms.
This project will
Funding from the Center for Pacific Innovations, Knowledge, and Opportunities (PIKO)
The Hawaiʻi Digital Health Lab has been approved by the peer review committee for funding from the Center for Pacific Innovations, Knowledge, and Opportunities (PIKO) to support a project in partnership with the Hawaiʻi Health and Harm Reduction Center, a researcher at Kaiser Permanente, and the Department of Psychiatry at