Associate Professor Anahita Khojandi was recently awarded with a fellowship to the National Institute of Health’s Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Consortium to Advance Health Equity and Researcher Diversity (AIM-AHEAD) program.
Anahita Khojandi, associate professor in industrial and systems engineering, is the new Heath Faculty Fellow for the Heath Integrated Business and Engineering Program, joining Russell Zaretzki, counterpart Heath Fellow from the Haslam College of Business. The Heath Fellows take a lead role in cultivating connections across the business and engineering colleges. The fellows, like the […]
The US Department of Energy announced support for a PhD student and five faculty with innovative projects to improve nuclear power plant design and safety.
Anahita Khojandi is working with researchers from the College of Nursing and the Haslam College of Business on predicting surgery outcomes.
“Most algorithms stop once they make the prediction,” she said. “But we take it a step further than anyone else by looking at the practical implications of what it means to monitor a patient.”
“When collaborators bring the problems to me, I bring together a team,” said Li, who also codirects UT’s Health Innovation Technology and Simulation (HITS) Lab.