Data Science Office

Educational Activities

Online. On-demand. On course to enhancing knowledge.

Mass General Brigham Data Science Office (DSO) enables clinicians and trainees at every stage of their career, offering clinically-relevant educational activities, resources, and tools to increase knowledge and foster innovation. Find your next learning opportunity here – let’s get started.

Artificial Intelligence for Clinicians (AI4C) Lecture Series

AI4C is a monthly lecture series focused on digital innovations within the field of data science. Designed for clinicians, data scientists, trainees, faculty, and staff, each month highlights experts and innovations happening in the data science space. Through this program, you will learn how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) tools can transform health care delivery and operations at Mass General Brigham and beyond.

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Machine Learning Foundational Curriculum

The online training program will introduce you to the fundamentals of Machine Learning (ML) in healthcare, with an emphasis on practical concepts and knowledge. The curriculum is designed for Mass General Brigham clinicians, trainees, faculty, and staff with little or no background in computer science or mathematics. Educational materials include recorded lectures, self-directed exercises, and hands-on interactive demonstrations that expose learners to the tools and techniques involved in developing, validating, and translating AI/ML into clinical practice.

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Data Science Pathway (DSP)

The DSP is an exclusive program for Mass General Brigham Radiology Residents to explore the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in healthcare. Through this pathway, you will have the opportunity to participate in the ML Foundational Curriculum and in a research project in data science in conjunction with a clinical champion from Mass General Brigham. *Radiology Fellows may do an abbreviated experience without a research project.

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