Artificial Intelligence

Free and open to the public, this community-centric event is modeled after the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health’s “Mini-Med School” programs. Our 2022 Virtual Saving Sight Session is presented by the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Wisconsin.

 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EYE CARE/RESEARCH

 

About Amitha Domalpally, MD, PhD

Amitha Domalpally, MD, PhD is the Research Director of the Wisconsin Reading Center, one of the world’s leading diagnostic imaging centers for both patient diagnosis and clinical trials. Her work investigates clinical trial imaging endpoints for retinal diseases, with a focus on employing new imaging techniques to understand the natural history and prognostic markers of diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, and many others. She is also the Director of the A-EYE unit and is involved in development of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms that can automate retinal imaging diagnostics, disease clarification and identify risk markers. Retinal AI studies have the potential to provide insight into systemic diseases such as Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular diseases. 

 

 

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About Saving Sight Sessions

Saving sight is the most important part of our mission. The Department of Ophthalmology ‭and Visual Sciences at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health is devoted to preserving and protecting vision. This program ‭is one more way to keep you informed. ‭The Saving Sight Sessions are a series of ‭community education programs created to share discoveries and developments to stop ‭blinding diseases, enhance treatment, and ‭improve vision-related quality of life. ‭Please join us as we share the ways we are ‭transforming eye care.