Duke Center for Health Informatics: An Informatics Perspective On the Current State of AI
Shelley Rusincovitch, MMCi, is an informaticist and technical leader who specializes in healthcare applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning, data modeling, and data science experiential learning. She has more than 20 years of experience in clinical research including clinical trials, registries, and health system data warehousing. Ms. Rusincovitch serves as the managing director of Duke AI Health, a multidisciplinary, campus-spanning initiative housed within the Duke University School of Medicine and designed to connect, strengthen, amplify, and grow multiple streams of theoretical and applied research on artificial intelligence and machine learning at Duke University in order to answer the most urgent and difficult challenges in medicine and population health. Ms. Rusincovitch earned her master of management in clinical informatics from Duke University, and also holds a bachelor's degree in music performance from Miami University and an associate's degree in applied science (computer programming) from Durham Technical Community College. She currently serves as an adjunct instructor in software and web development at Durham Technical Community College.
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