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Digital Research Forum: Center for Clinical Data Science


This event is for BWH employees and those who work within the Partners network.

Center for Clinical Data Science: Mark H. Michalski, MD

When: Tuesday, September 12th, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Where: Zinner Breakout Room, Brigham and Women's Hospital

The MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS) is a cross-functional, cross-institutional group of clinicians, researchers, data scientists, product development and translational experts. We are working to build a “smart” healthcare delivery system through the creation of an ever-learning and ever-changing set of machine learning (ML) based tools and services. Our goal is to develop and deploy applications to empower clinicians and enhance outcomes. We are perfectly positioned to lead AI-enabled advancements in medicine given our unique combination of core capabilities:

  • We are deeply embedded in the healthcare system, allowing us insight into high value end-user needs and workflow, and providing us proper testing grounds.
  • We have access to vast stores of biomedical data, significant computational infrastructure, and data science expertise for training and testing models.
  • We lead with a product development mindset and have deep understanding of the sales channel, regulatory, translation considerations needed for commercialization.

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Mark H. Michalski, MD is the Executive Director of the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science, which is focused on the application and translation of novel machine learning techniques into clinical practice. Previous to this role, Dr. Michalski held leadership and operational roles at early-stage companies in the medical software and device domain, including Butterfly Network and Hyperfine Research.  Dr. Michalski held additional strategic roles in healthcare-focused efforts at Google and Genentech.  Dr. Michalski completed his radiology residency training as a Holman Fellow at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He graduated with a degree in Cybernetics from the University of California at Los Angeles with multiple honors and received his medical degree from Stanford University.