PRISMAp faculty discuss medical AI advances in new Florida Physician article

The UF Health publication Florida Physician featured the Precision and Intelligent Systems Medicine Research Partnership (PRISMAp) lab director Azra Bihorac and faculty partner Tyler Loftus in their fall issue for the story “Medicine’s new frontier.”

Image of Dr. Bihorac (left) and Dr. Loftus (right).

Dr. Bihorac and Dr. Loftus both explained recent advances in medical AI and what may be coming next in the field. Other College of Medicine faculty members discussed notable contributions to the field of medical AI under UF, such as MySurgeryRisk and DeepSOFA, and new programs to educate researchers and the public on AI in medicine.

Dr. Bihorac is also the director of the Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3), and Dr. Loftus is the IC3 associate director for research.

To read the Florida Physician article, click here.

To learn more about recent research from Dr. Bihorac, Dr. Loftus, and the rest of the IC3 team, click here.