Serena Yeung
Eleven of DBDS’ faculty and associated faculty were featured in the latest issue of Stanford Medicine Magazine.
The Stanford Impact” focused on a wide scope of researchers that impact the AI work done in DBDS, including Nigam Shah, Serena Yeung (pictured), Roxana Daneshjou, Tina Hernandez-Boussard and James Zou.
“If you poll the 1,200 faculty in the School of Medicine, I’d be surprised if more than 10% know about any of Stanford’s AI history,” said Shah, MBBS, PhD, professor of medicine and of biomedical data science and chief data scientist for Stanford Health Care. “A lot of people think this right now is the first AI hype cycle,” the story quoted, and went on to include how AI is defined and in which ways Stanford is taking the lead in the field.