Uttam Ghosh,Ph.D., associate professor of cybersecurity, and Nadine Shillingford, Ph.D. chair and associate professor, computer science and data science, received Third Place, Best Paper in the Full Paper category at the Sixth IFIP International Internet of Things Conference.
Vibhuti Gupta, Ph.D., received a $1.2 million AIM AHEAD grant to leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to develop a multimodal framework for prostate cancer risk prediction and address health disparities.
Uttam Ghosh, Ph.D., associate professor of cybersecurity, is listed in the Stanford-Elsevier list of the world’s most-cited scholars, placing him among the top two percent of cited scientists.
Vibhuti Gupta, assistant professor, computer science and data science, is representing Meharry SACS in a collaboration with the University of Michigan to develop a high quality mHealth dataset for AI/ML applications in HCT research and to share that processed data and developed methods with the research community.
Aize Cao, Ph.D., receives 2.2 million grant to receives $2.2 million HRSA grant to develop a comprehensive data analytics infrastructure model to support maternal health care for underserved women with substance use disorders.
Vibhuti Gupta, Ph.D., assistant professor, computer science and data science, has received a National Science Foundation Expanding AI Innovation through Capacity Building and Partnerships (NSF CAP) grant. The two-year, $395,703 award will be applied to foundational and use-inspired advances in trustworthy artificial intelligence in medical systems.
Long Nguyen, Ph.D., assistant professor, computer science and data science, will pursue a novel approach to pancreatic cell quantitation thanks to a HBCU Excellence in Research grant from the National Science Foundation.
Bishnu Sarker, Ph.D., assistant professor, computer science and data science, has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Historically Black Colleges and Universities – Excellence in Research (HBCU-EiR) grant. The $533,752 award will fund the project, “Developing a Knowledge Graph Driven Integrative Framework for Explainable Protein Function Prediction via Generative Deep Learning.”
Uttam Ghosh, Ph.D., has received a 2023 – 2024 Faculty Research Initiative grant from the TMCF and the Novartis US Foundation to develop an app that will help predict heart disease. The Fore❤️Care app has potential to greatly impact the African American community, where heart disease is a significant concern.