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Tina Kapur, Ph.D.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Cambridge, MAPhD06/1999Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Cambridge, MASM01/1995Computer Science
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MABA06/1992Mathematics and Computer Science

I am the founding Executive Director of the NIH-funded National Center for Image Guided Therapy at Brigham and Women's Hospital. I nurture ties within multidisciplinary teams of exceptionally talented scientists and clinicians within our institution and foster complex collaborations across academic institutions, hospitals, industry, and regulatory agencies. My passion is forging collaborations between efforts in open science that could potentially accelerate discoveries that improve health and save lives. I founded the first international open-science hackathon for medical image computing in 2005 and the National Image-guided Therapy workshop in 2006 and have been leading these continuously since then. My research interests are in applying computer vision and machine learning techniques to enable translation research in medicine.

Available: 11/30/22, Expires: 12/31/27

We are a team of computer scientists and physicians interested in pushing the boundaries of how point of care ultrasound can be used to improve patient care at Brigham and Women's hospital. Example clinical applications are in assessing: volume overload from lung ultrasound, brain shift from intraoperative ultrasound, ascites and small bowel obstruction from abdominal ultrasound. We would like to add medical students to the team who are interested in the potential of ultrasound as a point of care modality. Requirements are facility with EPIC, RPDR, Visage and a strong interest in contemporary approaches to machine learning.

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.