Announcing the Philips-MIT Research Award for Clinicians

Announcing the Philips-MIT Research Award for Clinicians

The Philips-MIT Research Awards for Clinicians Program is designed to recruit frontline clinicians – physicians, pharmacists, nurses, respiratory and other therapists – to engage in collaborative research with MIT and Philips investigators. The program will provide an opportunity for professionals to engage in original research in collaboration with experienced MIT and Philips Research Faculty. The […]

Crowdsourcing Knowledge Discovery and Innovations in Medicine

Crowdsourcing Knowledge Discovery and Innovations in Medicine

Read our publication in JMIR, “Crowdsourcing Knowledge Discovery and Innovations in Medicine” Leo Anthony Celi1,2*, MD, MPH, MS; Andrea Ippolito3*, MS, MEng; Robert A Montgomery4*, MD; Christopher Moses5*, BS; David J Stone6*, MD 1Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, Laboratory of Computational Physiology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 2Beth Israel Deaconess Medical […]

MIMIC Primer 201: The Scope of MIMIC

MIMIC Primer 201: The Scope of MIMIC

By: Ned McCague Data Scientist at Kyruus The MIMIC Database is quite literally one of the best databases in the world. Within it, you can find hundreds of tables and thousands of fields that pertain to specific inpatient stays within an Intensive Care Unit (ICU). With over 40,000 ICU stays, this provides an unbelievable amount […]

Critical Care Primer

Critical Care Primer

George Cheng M.D. PhD Harvard combined in Critical Care Training Program Massachusetts General Hospital Critical care medicine is the multidisciplinary healthcare specialty that cares for patients with acute, life-threatening illness or injury. The practice of medicine in intensive care units (North America) or intensive therapy units (UK) is known as critical care medicine.  A specialist […]