Tag: Suchi Saria

Suchi Saria selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum


Suchi Saria, ICM core faculty member and John C. Malone Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been selected as a Young Global Leader. Each year, the World Economic Forum bestows this honor on the world’s most distinguished leaders who are under the age of 40. Those selected are invited to become an active member […]

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Suchi Saria among Hopkins Scientists named Sloan Research Fellows


Suchi Saria, ICM core faculty member, is one of four Johns Hopkins faculty to be named Sloan Research Fellows for 2018. Saria who is recognized for creating life-saving computer algorithms that hospital can use to detect and treat sepsis, has a primary appointment in the Department of Computer Science in the Whiting School of Engineering […]

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Suchi Saria Featured in NOVANext


Sepsis contributes to as many as 50% of hospital deaths. A new tool developed by Johns Hopkins engineer and ICM core faculty member, Suchi Saria, could help doctors spot sepsis before it’s too late. Saria was featured in NovaNext for her extensive work using computer algorithms and patient data to save lives. “The signs that […]

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Suchi Saria, ICM Core Faculty Member, named to ’35 Innovators Under 35′ list


ICM core faculty member, Suchi Saria, is among the country’s most promising innovators in technology. Saria, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been named to the annual MIT Technology Review list of 35 Innovators Under 35 for creating algorithms hospitals can use to identify sepsis in patients. Sepsis, the body’s response to infection, […]

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Dr. Saria Develops Lifesaving Algorithm


Suchi Saria, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and ICM core faculty member, is developing computer programs that analyze existing medical information to assist physicians to prevent organ failure in patients. Last year, in findings reported in Science Translational Medicine with computer science doctoral student Katharine Henry and critical care specialist David Hager, Dr. Saria described an […]

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Dr. Saria receives DARPA’s Young Faculty Award


Suchi Saria, assistant professor of computer science and ICM core faculty member, has been recognized as a “rising research star” by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Young Faculty Awards (DARPA) for her project titled, “Continuous Learning of (Causal) Models from Streams.” In addition to funding, this award provides mentoring and networking, helping connect recipients to industry […]

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Dr. Saria among Popular Science’s ‘Brilliant 10’


  Dr. Suchi Saria, assistant professor of computer science and ICM core faculty member, has been named one of Popular Science’s Brilliant 10, the magazine’s annual list of the “brightest young minds in science and engineering.” Dr. Saria was selected for her work on computer-based approaches aimed at developing specific diagnoses and treatments for individual […]

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Dr. Saria to present at White House-sponsored workshop


Dr. Suchi Saria, assistant professor of Computer Science and ICM core faculty member, is among those scheduled to present at the Artificial Intelligence for Social Good workshop taking place on June 7, 2016 at The Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, D.C. The public workshop, co-sponsored by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, will focus on the successful […]

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Multiple ICM Faculty Receive Hopkins inHealth Pilot Project Discovery Awards


The Johns Hopkins Individualized Health Initiative (Hopkins inHealth) has announced eight new projects as awardees of its inaugural Pilot Project Discovery Program, and the Institute for Computational Medicine is proud to be very well-represented among its recipients. ICM core faculty member Suchi Saria, assistant professor of Computer Science and Health Policy and Management, is partnering with ICM affiliated faculty […]

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