Connect with Collaborators

UF’s culture of collaboration creates an environment where AI-focused faculty are encouraged to set aside traditional departmental boundaries and work together as an interdisciplinary community to ignite major discoveries. Explore opportunities to get involved and connect with collaborators.

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Featured Event

AI4Health Conference: Improving Health through Artificial Intelligence

The UF College of Medicine will host the University of Florida’s second annual AI4Health conference on April 22-24 at Disney’s Yacht Club in Orlando. Participants will explore how AI-enabled discoveries will change clinical practice and improve patients’ health. Attendees can participate in-person or virtually, and continuing education credits are available for physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.

AI4Health Conference: Improving Health through Artificial Intelligence flyer

Task Forces and Workgroups

Units across the academic health center and broader university are organizing task forces and workgroups to foster AI-related opportunities in specific areas:

IDEA Initiatives

Offices and initiatives within each college offer resources and opportunities to foster inclusion, diversity, equity and access (IDEA):

Find Collaborators

Please join us in welcoming faculty who have started new AI positions with the UF Health colleges as part of the UF AI initiative. To connect with faculty and administrators who share an interest in campus-wide AI opportunities, complete a form to become an affiliate of the UF AI2 Center. In addition, the UF Informatics Institute maintains a database of affiliate faculty with informatics expertise in four thrust areas, and the UF Health Directory allows a broader search of all UF Health faculty, trainee and staff profiles. Visit our Explore Resources page for a round-up of computing, data and other resources available to support your work, and follow the links below to learn about some of our institutes, centers, labs and programs working across colleges to advance AI in the health sciences.