Skip to main content
  • Home

In recognition of National Public Health Week, WVU School of Public Health encourages everyone to join in with students, faculty and staff to celebrate with a series of events, April 1-5, focused on collaboration and community engagement. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.

 

 

The WVU School of Public Health is pleased to welcome Randi Foraker, PhD, director of the Center for Population Health Informatics at Washington University, for a special presentation titled “AI for Public Health: Designing for Dissemination.” The session will provide an in-depth look into the transformative potential of artificial intelligence in public health, exploring innovative strategies to ensure the advancements reach those who need them most. Following her presentation, participants will have the opportunity to engage directly with Foraker during a Q&A session.

 

In addition to her role with the Center for Population Health Informatics, Foraker is a professor of medicine in the Washington University Division of General Medical Sciences. Foraker specializes in the design of population-based studies and the integration of electronic health record data with socioeconomic indicators as well as the use of synthetic data for research. Her recent research has focused on the application of clinical decision support to complement risk scoring in primary care, cardiology and oncology.

Event Details

0 people are interested in this event

User Activity

No recent activity