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Posts by Vineet Raghu, PhD


Vineet is an NIH T-32 postdoctoral research fellow in Cardiovascular Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He received his BS and PhD degrees in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh, where his doctoral thesis focused on algorithms to learn causal models from transcriptomic and clinical data to better understand the interaction between genomic pathways and clinical outcomes. Currently, Vineet’s research focuses on deep learning for clinical risk prediction from chest radiograph images. He is interested in developing models that leverage chest x-rays to improve risk stratification of cardiovascular disease and cancer, and in building tools to interpret what biological changes contribute to predicted risk. In the future, Vineet hopes to be an academic computer scientist studying how machine learning can improve clinical care and biomedical research.

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