Johns Hopkins Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare
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August 2019
Message from the director
Gregory D. Hager outlines the center's role in reimagining patient care in the age of AI

"While AI offers tremendous promise, the reality is that moving AI from the bench to the bedside requires many steps and many hands. The Malone Center is uniquely poised to accelerate the translation of AI advances into healthcare."
Malone team to develop new course on AI in Healthcare
Malone Center researchers are developing an online course in artificial intelligence for engineers and clinicians.

Hopkins team awarded AHRQ Patient Safety Learning Lab grant

Researchers from the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Malone Center team up to design and develop a patient safety learning laboratory.


New fellowship strengthens collaboration between Nursing and Engineering

The Malone Center and the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing have announced a new interdisciplinary fellowship opportunity.


Archana Venkataraman named MIT Technology Review top innovator under 35

Venkataraman pioneered research detecting the source of epileptic seizures in the brain.

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SYMPOSIUM PREVIEW: "AI in Healthcare: From Bench to Bedside"

Monday, November 25, 2019 | 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Turner Auditorium, Johns Hopkins Hospital
*Program information coming soon

The promise of data-driven AI methods in medicine is enormous, but the path from problem to solution to deployment is far from simple. In this symposium, we will invite thought leaders from around the country to a conversation about the realities of putting AI to work to improve quality of care for patients and providers alike. 

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