Andrew Rosenberg, MD, chief information officer for Michigan Medicine, mentioned to Health Data Management that the organization currently has 34 ongoing AI and machine leaning projects including the MCIRCC developed automated computer algorithm that utilizes data from a single lead of a non-invasive electrocardiograph signal for analysis and early identification of hemodynamic decline.
Data engineer Brandon Cummings has been a part of MCIRCC since he was a student. His involvement began in the lab but has since evolved as his love for analytics has taken shape.
On June 7, MCIRCC welcomed Dr. Marschall Runge and the Michigan Medicine Advisory Group for a morning of tech demonstrations and critical care conversations.
Two teams at the University of Michigan are harnessing data platforms to accelerate research and solutions in critical care medicine.
Sending a warm welcome to MCIRCC's newest member of the Data Science Services team, Guan Wang! Guan is MCIRCC’s Lead Application Programmer.
Michigan Medicine spinoff company receives the funding to commercialize the technology as its first product.
Fifth Eye Inc. has raised $11.5 million in Series A funding led by Arboretum Ventures and Cultivation Capital. Other participants in the round included MINTS, the direct investing arm of the University of Michigan’s endowment, along with additional capital from previous investors Invest Michigan and 35 private angel investors.
Fifth Eye Press Release: https://fiftheye.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/fifth-eye-press-release-final.pdf
Dan is a part of MCIRCC’s newest team of data scientists. He focuses on implementing big data processing pipelines and designing machine learning models.
This month MCIRCC welcomes Chris Gillies to the data science team. Chris is an expert in working with researchers to develop web applications and tools to suit each project.