E29: How do clinical researchers approach AI technology?
The Ask AI interview with Lawrence Richer, Vice-Dean, Clinical Research University of Alberta
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Lawrence Richer is a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta and a practicing pediatric neurologist who is committed to maximizing the use of health data to improve patient outcomes through research and to enhancing support for innovation in clinical research.
Lawrence's professional roles include:
Vice-Dean, Clinical Research, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta
Academic lead, Precision Health Signature Area at the University of Alberta
Alberta Chair, Health Informatics Research in support of the Real-World Evidence Unit
Much of his research focuses on the application of precision health in pediatric autonomic disorders and the treatment of pediatric migraine.
You might say he's a little busy 🤣 and so we were very fortunate to find some time to speak with him about the role of AI technology in his capacity as a clinical researcher and a director of multiple clinical research programs.
Tune in to this episode of the Ask AI podcast as host Jaxson Khan sits down with Lawrence Richer, Vice-Dean, Clinical Research University of Alberta to ask the question:
How do clinical researchers approach artificial intelligence technology?
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