Chinazom Chukwuemeka

ChinazomChukwuemeka has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems and is in her final semester for a Master’s degree in Health Informatics. She worked as a web designer for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded, mHBB (mobileHelping Babies Breathe) project in partnership with IU School of Medicine and the University of Oxford. Other projects include Read more about Chinazom Chukwuemeka[…]

ECEB Application by PLHI Students in the top 3 in the AMIA ’19 Student Design Challenge.

Students Anushri Rajapuri, Radhika Ravindran and Kevin Horan has been chosen into the final stage of the AMIA Student Design Challenge for their noteworthy contribution of a Clinical Decision Support Tool complying with the ECEB Guidelines.  The nuances of monitoring, tracking, and providing essential care to a large number of mother-baby pairs simultaneously, have a Read more about ECEB Application by PLHI Students in the top 3 in the AMIA ’19 Student Design Challenge.[…]

Paper on the effectiveness of POGIL implementation presented at 18th European Conference on e-Learning

Mounika Guntu presented the paper on Learning Gains of Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning in an Online Course Setting at the 18th European Conference on e-Learning in Copenhagen, Denmark. The paper was well-received by the audience and a number of questions came up about the effectiveness of POGIL in an online setting. Abstract: There is Read more about Paper on the effectiveness of POGIL implementation presented at 18th European Conference on e-Learning[…]

NSF Award: Measuring learning gains in man-machine assemblage when augmenting radiology work with artificial intelligence.

Dr. Purkayastha has received $826,795 grant from the National Science Foundation, entitled “FW-HTF-RM: Measuring learning gains in man-machine assemblage when augmenting radiology work with artificial intelligence.” Purkayastha is the principal investigator with co-PIs Elizabeth Krupinski of Emory University, Joshua Danish of the IU School of Education, and Judy Gichoya, M.D., formerly of Indiana University. Gichoya Read more about NSF Award: Measuring learning gains in man-machine assemblage when augmenting radiology work with artificial intelligence.[…]