Precision Medicine Delivered with Empathy


Revolutionizing Care for Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetes, and Other Common Diseases on a Global Scale

The Emory Empathetic AI for Health Institute (AI Health) harnesses the power of machine learning and big data to transform the ways in which health care systems prevent, diagnose, treat, and cure diseases. The three-pronged mission of the institute is to innovate, deploy, and scale up accessible, cost-effective, and equitable artificial intelligence (AI) tools into health care solutions for patients at Emory Healthcare and, ultimately, across the globe.

Launched in fall 2023, the Empathetic AI Health Institute is part of AI.Humanity, a university-wide initiative dedicated to shaping the artificial intelligence revolution to better human health, generate economic value, and promote social justice.

Inroads Against Common Diseases


Faculty associated with AI.Health are working to improve the detection, diagnosis, prognosis, and prediction of treatment response for more than two dozen conditions including lung cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes, and diseases of the eye. The institute is led by Anant Madabhushi, a global leader, innovator, and entrepreneur in developing and deploying AI to improve outcomes for individuals with cancer and other diseases. Madabhushi’s team has collectively received more than $100M in research funding.

Learn more about our research
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Success To Date

The Madabhushi team has already achieved significant translational success including:

200+

awarded or pending patents, averaging one per month

3

spin-off companies

40

technologies licensed

$100M+

funding raised by cofounded companies

510K

FDA approval for AI cardiac disease product

4+

Public-private partnerships with leading pharmaceutical companies

Emory AI.Health Mini Symposium


June 12, 2024

AI for Computational Pathology

Join us in discussing how AI can be tailored to meet the specific needs of clinicians, both within and outside pathology. We will be joined by various speakers in oncology, pathology, otolaryngology, and biomedical engineering.

Wednesday, June 12 | 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Emory University
R. Randall Rollins Building
1516 Clifton Road
R. Randall Rollins Room R800

Register
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