Ethical Challenges of AI in Biomedicine

UVA-iTHRIV Brain Institute

The University of Virginia is organizing a Biomedical Data Science Innovation Lab to foster the development of new interdisciplinary teams via a facilitated and mentored format to tackle data science challenges arising from the use of large-scale neuroscience related data.

Application
To be eligible to apply, candidates must be from a) the quantitative and data sciences and b) the biomedical fields, specifically involving AI methods, at the post-doctoral and junior faculty levels. The application will ask nominees to describe their background, research, interests in the intersection of the ethics of AI in biomedicine and data sciences, and their commitment to collaborative/team science. A broad diversity of backgrounds is welcomed with women and underrepresented scientific communities being strongly encouraged to apply. Quantitative and data science researchers should provide examples of the types of data science approaches, methods, techniques and the potential to utilize these techniques in diverse research areas wherein AI might be applied. Investigators with firsthand experience working with data science methods, software, and visualization platforms such as Python, Cytoscape, Gephi, MATLAB, Neo4J, R & R Studio, Sci2 Tool, and Tableau are encouraged to apply. Biomedical researchers should justify their research focus and be able to leverage data relevant to the ethics of AI in biomedicine. Review of applicants will be rigorous and not all candidates will be selected to attend. A particular emphasis will be placed on candidates demonstrating a strong commitment to collaborative/team science and those with a high impact track record of peer reviewed publications. A committee will select approximately 30 of the applicants to take part in this one-of-a-kind event.

Selected candidates will have their travel and hotel expenses fully covered though must commit to engaging in all 4 of the the virtual microlabs starting in October, 2021, as well as staying for the entire duration of the 5-day event June 13-17, 2022. The deadline for applications is 11:59PM, Eastern Time, July, 30, 2021.
Please note that your application cannot be saved and returned to at a later time.

Date
- Add to Calendar 2021-10-01 12:00:00 2022-07-17 14:00:00 Ethical Challenges of AI in Biomedicine Click Here for More Information http://innovation.lab.virginia.edu/

The University of Virginia is organizing a Biomedical Data Science Innovation Lab to foster the development of new interdisciplinary teams via a facilitated and mentored format to tackle data science challenges arising from the use of large-scale neuroscience related data.

Application
To be eligible to apply, candidates must be from a) the quantitative and data sciences and b) the biomedical fields, specifically involving AI methods, at the post-doctoral and junior faculty levels. The application will ask nominees to describe their background, research, interests in the intersection of the ethics of AI in biomedicine and data sciences, and their commitment to collaborative/team science. A broad diversity of backgrounds is welcomed with women and underrepresented scientific communities being strongly encouraged to apply. Quantitative and data science researchers should provide examples of the types of data science approaches, methods, techniques and the potential to utilize these techniques in diverse research areas wherein AI might be applied. Investigators with firsthand experience working with data science methods, software, and visualization platforms such as Python, Cytoscape, Gephi, MATLAB, Neo4J, R & R Studio, Sci2 Tool, and Tableau are encouraged to apply. Biomedical researchers should justify their research focus and be able to leverage data relevant to the ethics of AI in biomedicine. Review of applicants will be rigorous and not all candidates will be selected to attend. A particular emphasis will be placed on candidates demonstrating a strong commitment to collaborative/team science and those with a high impact track record of peer reviewed publications. A committee will select approximately 30 of the applicants to take part in this one-of-a-kind event.

Selected candidates will have their travel and hotel expenses fully covered though must commit to engaging in all 4 of the the virtual microlabs starting in October, 2021, as well as staying for the entire duration of the 5-day event June 13-17, 2022. The deadline for applications is 11:59PM, Eastern Time, July, 30, 2021.
Please note that your application cannot be saved and returned to at a later time.

https://staging2.clic-ctsa.org/index.php/events/ethical-challenges-ai-biomedicine University of Virginia admin@clic-ctsa.org America/New_York public
Activity Type
Conference
Organization
Location Type
In-person
Location
Charlottesville, VA
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