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MIT-MGB AI Cures Conference 2023

Cambridge, MA
MIT Jameel Clinic

AI has transformed many areas of life in the last decade, yet the impact of these technologies on patient care is still limited.

Building on the combined expertise of MIT and MGB in AI and clinical practice, the MIT-MGB AI Cures Conference showcases ongoing collaborative projects in clinical AI, highlighting cutting-edge research and their impact on patient care. Equally important is the process for collecting the data required to train clinical AI algorithms, with a focus on privacy, diversity, and quality. Our sincere hope is that this conference will help foster new MIT-MGB collaborations and inform the public about our collective efforts to improve patient care.

Areas of Focus:
Clinical Translation of AI Tools
Fairness and Equity
Algorithmic Challenges in Clinical AI
Regulatory Issues in Clinical AI
Secure Patient Data Access
New Opportunities for MIT-MGB collaborations


Cynthia Barnhart, Provost (MIT) Anne Klibanski, CEO and President (MGB) Kate Walsh, MA Secretary (HHS) Regina Barzilay, AI Faculty Lead (MIT) Paul Anderson, Acting Chief Academic Officer (MGB)
Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring in Heart Failure:
A Medical Holy Grail
Collin Stultz (MIT/MGB)
AI in Cardiac Disease Rahul Deo (MGB)
Modelling Pregnancy Risks with Pre- and In-Pregnancy Data Marzyeh Ghassemi (MIT) Megha Gupta (BIDMC) Rose Molina (MGB)
Overcoming Barriers to Clinical Translation in Neuroradiology Bruce Fischl (MGB)
Perspectives from Harvard Medical School George Daley, Dean (HMS)
Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring in Heart Failure: Moderator: Paul Anderson (MGB) Participants: David Bates (MGB), Emery Brown (MIT), Debra Monticciolo (MGB), David Sontag (MIT)
Data-Driven Approach for Care Delivery and Development Dina Katabi (MIT)
Predicting Lung Cancer Risk: What’s Next? Florian Fintelmann (MGB), Regina Barzilay (MIT)
AI in pulmonary disease George Washko (MGB)
From Pixels to Clinical Insight: Fetal and Placental MRI Polina Golland (MIT)
Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring in Heart Failure:
A Medical Holy Grail
Moderator: Regina Barzilay (MIT) Participants: Glenn Cohen (Harvard Law), Martha Jones (MGB), Assaad Sayah (CHA), Arti Tandon (FDA)
Perspectives from Harvard Medical School George Daley, Dean (HMS)
Regina Barzilay (MIT) and Paul Anderson (MGB)


When and where is the conference being held?
MIT-MGB AI Cures 2023 Conference will take place on April 24, 2023 from 9am – 3pm. The Samberg Conference Center is located on the 6th and 7th floors of the Chang Building (E52) at 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA. Public parking is available in Hayward Garage, but we recommend using public transit if possible to get to the venue.

Where should I stay if I’m arriving from out of town?
The Boston Marriott Cambridge and the Kendall Hotel are both great options and just 12 minutes walking from the conference center.

Will there be a virtual option?
As with last year’s conference, this year’s AI Cures Conference will be in-person so there will be no option to attend virtually.

I am a non-MIT/MGB student. Is there a student discount?
There is free admission available to those with accepted research posters. If you are not planning to submit a poster, but are a non-MIT/MGB/Harvard student interested in attending the conference, we have limited admission so please reach out as soon as possible.

I’m a member of the press. How do I register?
If you are a member of the press and are interested in attending the conference, please reach out to us ASAP using the form below.

What is your mask policy?
Face coverings are now optional in most indoor spaces at MIT, but masks will be provided at the event. You can read more about MIT’s COVID-19 policy here.

Will there be meals and snacks provided during the conference?
There will be meals and snacks provided to attendees at the conference venue throughout the event.

What is your cancellation policy?
Anyone cancelling their registration one month or more prior to the conference will be refunded in full.
Anyone cancelling up to three weeks prior to the conference will be refunded (if paid as part of the registration) any amounts paid over $200.
Anyone cancelling within three weeks prior to the conference and all no-shows will not be eligible for a refund.
Anyone cancelling due to governmental travel restrictions or failure to obtain a visa that prevents travel to the conference will be refunded the full amount paid regardless of when the notification is received.

Samberg Conference Center

MIT Chang Building E52
50 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02142

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