Team led by CLHSS leadership awarded Minnesota Biotech Partnership grant
A team of investigators from the University of Minnesota and Mayo Clinic was recently awarded a Minnesota Partnership grant for their research project to develop methods and risk management processes for clinical artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to optimize continual patient safety and improve trust in these innovations. This work will be led at UMN by Genevieve Melton-Meaux, MD, PhD, and Gyorgy Simon, PhD. The "ENsuring the TRUSTworthiness of AI/ML Models to Optimize Continual Patient Safety" (ENTRUST AI) project includes an interdisciplinary team including co-Investigators from the Medical School (Rui Zhang, PhD and Christopher Tingnanelli, MD), the School of Nursing (Jenna Marquad, PhD), and the College of Computer Science and Engineering (Vipin Kumar, PhD).
Read the press release to learn more: z.umn.edu/entrust-ai-pr