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Medicine Grand Rounds- Dr. Amanda Nelson presents: ” A discussion on the application of AI tools to answer clinical questions around diagnosis, phenotyping, prognosis, and precision medicine using examples from investigators at UNC.”

January 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Dr. Nelson is a board-certified internist and rheumatologist with a Masters in Clinical Research in Epidemiology. She spends one day per week in the clinic, divided between general rheumatology and musculoskeletal ultrasound, and is involved in fellow education and mentoring. Her research is focused on a variety of aspects of imaging in osteoarthritis (OA), including the contribution of bone shape to OA risk, novel methodologies for the analysis of large and complex datasets including machine learning, and assessment of the whole-body burden of OA. Also, Dr. Nelson is co-PI of the Johnston County OA Project, a 30-year community-based prospective cohort of OA, multiple chronic conditions, pain, and disability in Black and White men and women, and its new enrollment phase, the Johnston County Health Study. Last but not least, she is also the Director of the Phenotyping and Precision Medicine Resource Core of the UNC Core Center for Clinical Research (CCCR).


January 4
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Room 4008 Old Clinic Auditorium
Chapel Hill, NC United States + Google Map
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