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MD, PhD students advance in Artificial Intelligence Bowl

A group of Case Western Reserve University PhD and medical students advanced to the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bowl semifinals. This is a national competition tasking multi-disciplinary teams with identifying a problem, pitching a creative solution and presenting their proof of concept. Specifically, teams will develop an AI solution to address health disparities.

Teams will compete today (Oct. 21) for spots in the final competition. 

The Case Western Reserve team is composed of:

  • Jacqueline K. Shaia, PhD student in the Clinical Translational Science Program; 
  • Razaq O. Durodoye, MD/PhD student in epidemiology and biostatistics; 
  • David M. Selvaraj, PhD student in the Clinical Translational Science Program; 
  • Christopher M. Maatouk, MD student; 
  • Jacob James Rich, PhD student in epidemiology and biostatistics; and 
  • Scott Williams professor in the Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences (faculty advisor).

Learn more about the competition.