UF Health Researcher Aims To Create AI Algorithm To Help Map Human Body’s Cells (UF Health)

UF Health Researcher Aims To Create AI Algorithm To Help Map Human Body’s Cells

Researchers at UF Health are developing an artificial intelligence algorithm to be used by scientists around the nation who are mapping out the entire human body at the single-cell level.

The project is led by recently hired UF College of Medicine faculty member Pinaki Sarder, Ph.D., an associate professor of quantitative health in the department of medicine and associate director of imaging for UF’s Intelligent Critical Care Center, or IC3.

Sarder received funding from the National Institutes of Health for UF’s participation in the Human Biomolecular Atlas Program consortium, a network of universities and institutions that submit data to the HuBMAP Data Portal with the goal of creating an open map of the human body at the cellular level. By making these tools and maps widely available, scientists hope to better understand the role of cell and tissue organization and function in human health.

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