Over the last few months, Anant Madabhushi, director of the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics and the Donnell Institute Professor of Biomedical Engineering, has had numerous speaking engagements.
He gave a virtual professorship lecture titled “Artificial Intelligence and Computational Imaging in Radiology and Pathology: Implications for Precision Oncology” for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Department of Medical Physics in July.
Also in July, Madabhushi spoke at the virtual Workshop on Machine Vision of the National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur.
Fast Frontiers, a podcast from Refinery Ventures exploring how innovation frontiers are emerging in surprising places, interviewed Madabhushi. In the interview, Madabhushi elaborated on how Cleveland’s unique medical ecosystem and the ease of access for biomedical engineers to work with medical practitioners has allowed for some groundbreaking and innovative work at the intersection of artificial intelligence and precision medicine. The podcast host and CWRU alumnus Tim Schigel called Madabhushi “a true pioneer in the area of using information, machine learning, and AI in healthcare.” Listen to the podcast episode.
Madabhushi also presented at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Pathology Grand Rounds in October. His presentation was titled “Artificial Intelligence and Computational Pathology for Precision Medicine.”