Alex Pearson shared with us his research on deep learning applied to medical outcomes

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Hae Kyung Im develops quantitative and computational methods to uncover hidden patterns in data, which can be translated to benefit people. After trying out physics, manufacturing, information security, and finance, she found a home in academia in the intersection of statistics, genomics, medicine, and big data analytics. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Section of Medicine, Department of Medicine at the University of Chicago.


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  title = "Alex Pearson's Visit",
  author = "Haky Im",
  year = "2021",
  journal = "IM-Lab",
  note = "/post/2021/02/18/alex-pearson-s-visit/"