I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Aghaeepour lab. My research focuses on predictive modeling of electronic health records data for maternal and child health using artificial intelligence methods. I received my PhD in Information at Florida State University. In the eHealth lab, I worked on predictive modeling of electronic health records data with a special focus on explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) for various prediction tasks such as long-term and short-term mortality risk in ICU patients with cardiovascular diseases and post-transplant hospitalization in pediatric patients. Before my PhD, I worked for the Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) in Iran, where I originally come from. I completed my master’s and undergraduate studies in Computer Engineering majoring in Artificial Intelligence and Hardware, respectively.
AI in Medicine, XAI, Medical Informatics
I like cooking, dancing, and recording music. Me and my husband are looking for opportunities to join a band in the area. I enjoy outdoor activities, parties, hiking, playing tennis, trying new restaurants and food adventures with friends, etc., as much as I enjoy watching a good movie with a bowl of popcorn and hot sauce, reading a good book, listening to good music, and relaxing at home.