Congratulations to Eric Prince, who was awarded an NIH F31 Fellowship on “Human-centered design of clinical AI to support the diagnosis of pediatric suprasellar tumors”.
"My project is designed to provide the advanced training necessary to perform team-based translational research regarding how explainable artificial intelligence software can be designed to improve clinical decision-making in cancer. With my CPBS PhD mentor, Dr. Carsten Görg, I am being trained on the practical design and implementation of human-centered computing experiments. With my clinical translational mentor, Dr. Todd Hankinson, I am participating in an immersive clinical experience where I am learning how clinicians utilize technology to make decisions regarding the care of pediatric brain tumor patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado. The TL1 TOTTS award supplements my CPBS PhD training program to reinforce my professional development and to facilitate my long-term career goal of developing software to improve cancer care."