Distinguished health outcomes panelists present: Better Health Outcomes with AI/ML – The Future…Today, Feb. 21

What is artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML), and how is it shaping the field of health outcomes? How can it lead to better health?

The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, College of Pharmacy health outcomes faculty members are hosting an informational session for those interested in learning more about AI/ML and health outcomes.

Better Health Outcomes with Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning – The Future…Today

Tuesday, Feb. 21
12 – 1 p.m.

IREB 350 or Zoom

Panel discussion
Interactive activities

Distinguished panelists include:
Netra Sambamoorthi, PhD, HSC Adjunct Faculty of Pharmacotherapy Outcomes Research
Chan Shen, PhD, Associate Professor of Surgery and Public Health Sciences, Division Chief, Outcomes Research and Quality, Penn State College of Medicine
Abby Shimon, PharmD, President, Southwest AMCP Affiliate, Novo Nordisk
Usha Sambamoorthi, PhD, Associate Dean, HSC Health Outcomes Research
Suman Niranjan, PhD, Assistant Professor, G. Brint Ryan College of Business, UNT

Outcomes Research student panelists:
Patrick Pithua, Veterinary Medicine, MSc
Walter Agbor Bawa, PharmD, MSc
Arden Powell, PharmD Candidate
Kris Ingram, PharmD Candidate

Moderator: Rafia S. Rasu, PhD, Applied Outcomes Research Program Director

In-person registration: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HSCAOR

Unable to attend in person? Register for Zoom link: https://bit.ly/HSCAOR

Join HSC College of Pharmacy to learn more about:
1. What is AI/ML, and how is it shaping the field of health outcomes?
2. Understand two cultures: Statistical learning & machine learning in health outcomes
3. Explore the challenges and applications in AI/ML for health equity
4. Prepare for jobs in health outcomes: AI/ML skills
5. Learn about educational programs offered by HSC College of Pharmacy

Program leaders will provide more information about the master’s and certificate programs in health outcomes research, career possibilities, scholarship opportunities and more.