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ADAPT: Automated, Data-driven, AdaPtable, and Transferable learning for suicide risk prediction

NIH/NIMH R34 P50MH129701-5212 (04/05/2023 – 03/31/2028)

This project aims to address the translation gap from research to clinical practice by systematically assessing and improving a suicide risk algorithm’s generalizability and adaptability from an original development setting to a new healthcare system. 

DETERMINE: Diabetes prEdicTion and Equity through Responsible MachINe lEarning

NIH AIM-AHEAD 1OT2OD032581-02-348 (9/17/2023 - 9/16/2025)

We will develop an AI-powered multivariable risk prediction model to integrate social, demographic, and clinical factors for accurate, fair, generalizable, and interpretable T2D risk prediction (i.e., DETERMINE).

Applying Deep Learning for Predicting Retention in PrEP Care and Effective PrEP Use among Key Populations at Risk for HIV in Thailand

NIH/NIMH R03MH130275 (7/1/2023 - 6/30/2025)

 We will explore advanced machine learning techniques for identifying protective and risk factors for retention in PrEP care and effective PrEP use among key populations (men who have sex with men and transgender women) in Thailand.

DeepCertainty: Deep Learning for Contextual Diagnostic Uncertainty Measurement in Radiology Reports

NIH/NLM R21LM014032 (9/1/2023 - 8/30/2025)

This project aims to develop a deep learning-based approach for context-aware (un)certainty assessment (DeepCertainty), which is end-to-end trainable, calibratable, generalizable, scalable, and explainable. It would allow for fine-grained uncertainty measurement and standardization, facilitate consistent and accurate diagnostic certainty communication in CTPA reports and thus improve PE care. This study will build the foundation for future implementation and integration of DeepCertainty into clinical workflows to prompt real-time low-certainty alerts for improving PE diagnostic reporting quality and clarity, which will inform better treatment decisions for ED patients with suspected PE.

Identifying Recurrent Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in Electronic Health Data

NIH/NCI R21CA269425 (9/1/2022- 3/31/2025)

 We will develop innovative computational methods to efficiently and accurately identify recurrent NHL in electronic health data. It is the first step towards large-scale, population-based analyses of this important yet understudied patient outcome.