David Lockett, grants proposal development and awards management specialist, is one of the inaugural members of the National Data Science Alliance’s Education and Workforce Committee.
Ten students at Meharry School of Applied Computational Sciences have been awarded an Oracle “Inspire Your Future” Scholarship. The initiative includes a $25,000 scholarship which students can use towards their education at Meharry.
Representatives, including M.S. Data Science student Bradford Patton, spoke on the panel “Building an Interorganizational Collaboration to Enhance Biomedical Informatics Experiential Education for Diverse Students.”
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.
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.
Meharry School of Applied Computational Sciences has received a $1.2 million National Science Foundation CREST HBCU-RISE grant. The award will increase research capacity and fund support for students and faculty in the School’s new Data Science Ph.D. program.
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…
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.