Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Our mission in the Division of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM) at Cedars-Sinai is to use AI to help solve existing gaps in mechanisms, diagnostics, risk assessment and therapeutics of major human disease conditions. Faculty and trainees in the division function as custodians of the patient’s healthcare interests and harness Cedars-Sinai's clinical data warehouse, and data from collaborating sites to design questions that are ethically vetted, evaluated, validated, and implemented. The division consolidates artificial intelligence, clinical validation, and innovation under one umbrella. Using a disease-based approach enables cross-disciplinary connections among clinicians, scientists, and trainees on multiple levels.
Message From Our Director
Our mission is to improve clinical care using artificial intelligence. Our vision is to accomplish this by solving existing gaps in mechanisms, diagnostics, risk assessment and therapeutics of major human disease conditions. We use a disease-based approach which enables cross-disciplinary connections among clinicians, scientists and trainees at Cedars-Sinai.
Director, Division of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Associate Director, Smidt Heart Institute
Medical Director, Heart Rhythm Center
Pauline and Harold Price Chair in Cardiac Electrophysiology Research
Director, Center for Cardiac Arrest Prevention
Professor of Medicine and Cardiology
Areas of Exploration
The Artificial Intelligence in Medicine division performs cutting-edge research applying AI to medicine by analyzing the full range of medical data, from cellular and genomic data to waveforms, images, videos and outcomes from the learning healthcare system.