Johns Hopkins Medicine & Engineering

Center for Data Science in Emergency Medicine

About Us

Part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine and closely affiliated with the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare, we are a group of engineers, computer scientists and practicing clinicians working together to improve emergency care delivery through the development of data-driven decision support. Our research focuses on practical applications for data science in the emergency care environment (see Projects below) and our approach is centered on Team Science.

This Is What We Do​

Projects

Connected Emergency Care
Bias and Fairness in AI and ML
Machine Learning Triage
Machine Learning Triage
Optimized Resource Allocation
Optimized Resource Allocation
Acute Kidney Injury Prediction
Acute Kidney Injury Prediction
Infection Transmission Models
Infection Transmission Models

FUNDERS

The Center's work has been supported by a number of public and private organizations including those below:

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