van der Schaar Lab

CCAIM AI and Machine Learning Summer School

From 2 to 6 September 2024, the Cambridge Centre for AI in Medicine invites you to the third iteration of the world’s first Online Summer School exclusively focused on AI and Machine Learning for Healthcare – technical, cutting-edge, reality-centric

Who is it for?

Our vision is to create a diverse programme of talks and sessions aimed at data scientists, students, academics, and industry experts with an existing background in AI and machine learning. We want to showcase the existing domain challenges, showcase the remarkable advances in AI and machine learning for healthcare, and inspire participants to develop new methods and imagine novel applications of machine learning to improve patient care and re-think healthcare delivery.

Are you a clinical student or clinician without prior experience with AI and ML and are looking to start your AI journey? We have another Summer School that is tailored specifically for you! You can find it here:

What to expect?

Our Topics

Over five days, we will provide an intense dive into the future of machine learning in healthcare: our experts will bring you their visions about the most important topics in the cross-section of AI, machine learning, and healthcare.

Large Language Models

Data-Centric AI

LLM prompting & applications

Causal Deep Learning

LLM Alignment

Time-Series

Generative Models & Synthetic Data

AutoML and more!

Hands-on Sessions and Mentorship

We are presenting extensive hands-on sessions tailored specifically to our participants. In these sessions, you will have the chance to work with models and data created in Cambridge and beyond. You will receive guidance from our outstanding mentors all along the way!

Autoprognosis (AutoML)

Synthcity (Synthetic Data)

Our Keynote Speakers

More to be announced soon!

Prof Daniel Rückert

AI and the future of radiology

Klinikum rechts der Isar

Technical University of Munich

Imperial College London

Prof Caroline Uhler

Multimodal Data Integration: From Biomarkers to Mechanism

Eric and Wendy Schmidt Center

Broad Institute

MIT/Harvard University

Organisers

Prof Mihaela van der Schaar

John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Medicine at the University of Cambridge;
Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute in London;
Founding Director at CCAIM

University of Cambridge

Turing Institute

CCAIM

Tim Schubert

MD/PhD Student

University of Heidelberg

Affiliated with the van der Schaar Lab

Nabeel Seedat

PhD Student

University of Cambridge

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