A warm welcome to Innovation Jam, a recurring and highly appreciated lunch event hosted by Leap for Life. Listen to interesting guests, discuss challenges and possibilities in health and social care while you also broaden your network and gain new knowledge. Moderated by Rebecca Sellergren this will be a relaxed discussion where you as a listener also can participate. In the October Jam our guest is Farzaneh (Kobra) Etminani who will talk about the work with prediction models for heart failure.
Kobra Etminani is an Associate Professor in Machine Learning, working at the Center for Applied Intelligent Systems Research (CAISR), Halmstad University, Sweden. She has a PhD in Computer Engineering from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad in 2013. She has worked on various topics and application areas within Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Mining, and Deep Learning (DL) in the last decade, focused on healthcare, district heating, and mobility. Her main research interest is focused on solving real-world problems, which is focused on a healthier society, with the help of AI and ML, if possible and applicable. Her recent research focus is on patient trajectories and eXplainable AI (XAI) in precision healthcare at CAISR-Health research profile, where she serves as the Deputy Profile Leader for this center.
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Leap for Life is an innovation centre for information driven care – a place for the pioneers of healthcare. With Leap for Life, we gather partners to collaborate, enable innovation and act as the driving force for change within healthcare – regionally, nationally and internationally.
The project CareWare Nordic wants to develop the possibilities with welfare technology solutions and is funded by Interreg ÖKS and includes Öresund, Kattegat and Skagerak. The project is a close collaboration between those who develop welfare technology, educational institutions, professionals and the public sector.