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Leveraging AI in Human Health Webinar
Friday, March 19, 2021
12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Virtual - Advanced registration required
For More Information:
Alyssa Tomlinson
301 405 3936

Join the Fischell Department of Bioengineering and the University of Maryland's Biocomputational Engineering program for a special live webinar on March 19 at 12 p.m. ET.

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This free webinar will feature a fireside chat-style conversation with Dr. Robert Scharpf (Delfi Diagnostics) and Dr. Christie Bergerson (Exponent). Drs. Scharpf and Bergerson will discuss how machine learning and artificial intelligence are impacting biomedical engineering and the wider world of human health.

Rich Bendis (BioHealth Innovation/BioTalk podcast) will facilitate the discussion. View the speaker bios for more information.

After the main session, participants will have the opportunity to join one of three, smaller breakout sessions:

  • Meet and Greet with the Featured Speakers
    Continue the conversation with Drs. Scharpf and Bergerson for an informal Q&A session about their work and the field.

  • Careers at the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Biotechnology
    Join Rich Bendis and other industry representatives in exploring career opportunities in the emerging biotechnology, data science, and public health fields.

  • What is Biocomputational Engineering? Learn about UMD's new bachelor's degree
    Join program staff to learn about the exciting new University of Maryland degree aimed at preparing students for careers in the data science and biotechnology sector. Launching in Fall 2021 at the Universities at Shady Grove, this program is conveniently located in Rockville, MD – a biotech powerhouse just outside the nation's capital.

All are invited to participate in the webinar and/or an add-on event, but you must register in advance to gain access.

This Event is For: Public


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