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2023 Clemson-UGA Joint Colloquium

Dr. Michael R. Kosorok
Clemson University
Dr. Michael R. Kosorok
Dept of Biostatistics & Dept of Statistics and Operations Research
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Do statisticians have labs? Introduction to the Precision Medicine Artificial Intelligence Lab (PHAIR)

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In this talk, I discuss a non-traditional approach to statistics training through the use of a virtual lab structure. For over a decade, the Precision Health Artificial Intelligence lab gradually evolved from an informal meeting for a few students engaged in similar research topics to a large virtual lab with about 30 participants, including, high school, undergraduate, masters and doctoral students, postdocs, and junior faculty, all working on a similar topic (precision medicine/precision health). The multidisciplinary lab is mostly student and postdoc led, with a range of educational and research development activities.

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