UF Health & AI
The University of Florida‘s academic health center — UF Health — is creating an academic hub to advance trustworthy AI in the health sciences. World-class infrastructure, high-quality data and diverse and inclusive teams are central to our vision.
Our Areas of Focus
AI-enhanced health care decision-making and precision health.
AI-fueled development of novel diagnostics and therapeutics.
AI-powered modeling and surveillance of health determinants.
UF Health researchers are pioneering the use of artificial intelligence in patient care and the intensive care unit. In the ICU of the future, artificial intelligence will harness torrents of patient data to assist physicians’ decision making and potentially improve patients’ environment.
In the news
The University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions has appointed Mattia Prosperi, Ph.D., to a new leadership role within the college, associate dean for artificial intelligence and…
A team of researchers from University of Florida Health and Penn Medicine is using a set of artificial intelligence-powered algorithms called PANDA to find rare “zebras” in patient medical records…
Using data collected from patients’ vital signs, University of Florida researchers have designed an artificial intelligence system that can accelerate and focus doctors’ decision-making during the crucial, early stages of…
Researchers at UF Health are developing an artificial intelligence algorithm to be used by scientists around the nation who are mapping out the entire human body at the single-cell level.…
Around the colleges
The program introduces UF College of Dentistry students and residents to artificial intelligence for radiograph interpretation and includes access to Overjet’s proprietary AI Teaching Clinic.
Dr. Jon Kim joined the UF College of Veterinary Medicine faculty in May as an assistant professor in the college’s department of small animal clinical sciences.
The University of Florida College of Nursing recently welcomed its newest artificial intelligence expert, Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, RN, FAMIA, as an associate professor in the Family Health and Community Science Department.
The plan involves partnerships between clinicians and data scientists.
College of Pharmacy graduate students Richard Marrero and Francisco Marchi were honored with abstract awards at the ASH Annual Meeting.
Two initiatives under value pillar of strategic plan aim to connect experts with resources for AI-QI efforts.