AI Health Lab is led by Prof. Ying Ding from School of information, and Prof. Justin Rousseau from Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin. AI Health Lab is made up of scholars and students from different fields and disciplines. We focus on cutting-edge research on AI in health and data-driven science of science. Our research is concentrated but not limited to the following topics:
A competition for all scholars and students who are interested in promoting data-driven and AI-driven approaches to enable better health.
A portal about researchers, universities, and bio entities related to COVID-19. In this portal, you will know who is working on which biological entities relate to COVID-19, and the institutional profile on research related to COVID-19 (researchers, papers, and biological entities).
An open-source human-centered medical imaging diagnosis tool adding the prior knowledge of radiologists into the deep learning algorithms to enable automatic or semi-automatic generation of diagnosis notes based on medical images.
A project aims to investigate socioeconomic and racial disparities in healthcare services during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Funded by Gates Foundation.
In this work, we propose to mine and represent the associations among medical findings in an informative knowledge graph and incorporate this prior knowledge with radiology report generation to help improve the quality of generated reports.
An end-to-end semi-supervised cross-modal contrastive learning framework.
Contrastive loss (CL) improves the performance of CEL especially in imbalanced electronic health records (EHR) data for COVID-19 analyses.