Portrait of Ziad Obermeyer

Helping Doctors Make Better Decisions with Data

UC Noyce Initiative Researcher Ziad Obermeyer Featured in Podcast

When (UC Noyce Initiative researcher) Ziad Obermeyer was a resident in an emergency medicine program, he found himself lying awake at night worrying about the complex elements of patient diagnoses that physicians could miss. He subsequently found his way to data science and research and has since coauthored numerous papers on algorithmic bias and the use of AI and machine learning in predictive analytics in health care.

On February 14, 2023, Ziad joined Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh on their podcast Me, Myself, and AI to talk about his career trajectory and highlight some of the potentially breakthrough research he has conducted that’s aimed at preventing death from cardiac events, preventing Alzheimer’s disease, and treating other acute and chronic conditions.



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