Westmead wins $1m from Google for AI applications in cardiac care

The University of Sydney’s Westmead Applied Research Centre has been awarded $1 million by Google to develop a customised digital health program using artificial intelligence to reduce the risk of heart attack.

Led by cardiologist Clara Chow (pictured), the centre was set up last year in collaboration with the Western Sydney Local Health District to focus on translational research addressing chronic illness.

Professor Chow is also involved in the Western Sydney cardiology care test bed being run by the Australian Digital Health Agency to investigate the use of the My Health Record in rapid access cardiology clinics (RACC) at Westmead Hospital.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Western Sydney LHD, Westmead Applied Research Centre

You need to log in to post comments. If you don't have a Pulse+IT website account, click here to subscribe.

Sign up for Pulse+IT eNewsletters

Sign up for Pulse+IT website access

For more information, click here.

Copyright © 2019 Pulse+IT Magazine
No content published on this website can be reproduced by any person for any reason without the prior written permission of the publisher.