The Meharry SACS Open House brought students, faculty, Advancement Council members, industry partners, and members of Meharry’s leadership and administration to the School’s office space at 3401 West End Avenue to learn about the vision and important student and faculty research underway.
SACS Research and Development recently hit a major milestone in its support of the Clinical and Translational Research Center’s data refreshes for the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network (PCORnet).
Dr. T.L. Wallace, professor, computational sciences, and colleagues recently co-published work on a new computational method that may help researchers studying proteins and support development of new drug treatment strategies.
Thanks to funding from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIHHD), Vibhuti Gupta, Ph.D., will lead a team to both identify AI biases and educate others in ethical and responsible AI.
From mobile apps to the sharp increase in telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic, digital health technologies have become an important aspect of health care. As the use of these tools increases and the technology itself evolves, it is important to understand if and how they are adopted. Vibhuti Gupta, Assistant professor of computer science and…
Zerick Dunbar, a Ph.D. candidate in immunology at Meharry Medical College, is the first graduate of the School of Applied Computational Sciences. He completed the Biomedical Data Science Graduate Certificate in May 2022.
Meharry School of Applied Computational Sciences has added a new Ph.D. in Data Science to its academic programs. The School is currently accepting applications for the first Ph.D. cohort that will begin classes in the Fall 2024 semester. “We are thrilled to announce our second doctoral program,” says Dean Fortune S. Mhlanga, Ph.D. “Through challenging courses and…