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Parisa Rashidi, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering, has received UF’s Excellence Award for Assistant Professors for 2019. The award is one of the university’s top honors for a junior faculty member.

Rashidi is the director of the “Intelligent Health Lab” (i-Heal). Her area of research includes developing machine learning and artificial intelligence methods for solving healthcare problems. More specifically, she is working on transforming patient care in the Intensive Care Unit by developing autonomous monitoring tools using advanced machine learning techniques, as well as developing intelligent tools for monitoring community-dwelling patients. She has forged a highly collaborative research program across campus to address these problems, and is collaborating with several departments at the College of Medicine. Over the past few years, she has received $10.6M in extramural research funds with collaborators and $3.05M as an individual investigator. Her research is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institute of Health (NIH), state grants, and internal grants.

Rashidi has many notable accomplishments during her time at UF. In 2018, she received the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. In 2019, she was selected to receive a three-year University of Florida Term Professorship, and was awarded a National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) Trailblazer Award for autonomous pain assessment in ICU patients.

There are more than 500 tenure-track assistant professors at UF, and Rashidi is one of only 10 to receive a 2019 Excellence Award for Assistant Professors.

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April 7th, 2021

Dr. Rashidi at ISN Virtual World Congress of Nephrology 2021

Dr. Rashidi will join Dr. Azra Bihorac and Dr. Yoshua Bengio in a discussion titled “How to achieve equitable, inclusive, and ethical AI development and implementation” at ISN Virtual World Congress of Nephrology 2021.

February 4th, 2021

Human Activity Recognition Using Inertial, Physiological and Environmental Sensors

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June 6th, 2019

NIH Mitchel Max Award- Finalist

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May 3rd, 2019

HWCOE Excellence Award

Original Article: Link Parisa Rashidi, Ph.D., areceived the HWCOE Excellence Award for Assistant Professors. This award is given to faculty […]

May 3rd, 2019

Provost Excellence Award

Main Article: Link Parisa Rashidi, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering, has […]

February 25th, 2019

News Coverage in CBS

A first of its kind technology developed here in Gainesville can predict the probability and possible cause of death in […]

February 25th, 2019

News Coverage in Fox13

Artificial intelligence used in the ICU to predict mortality, news story: Watch the video here: link

February 22nd, 2019

News Coverage in Alligator Newspaper

Excerpt from the original story:   UF researchers can now assess and treat a patient’s condition faster than ever before […]

February 19th, 2019

News Coverage in UFHealth News

n a hospital’s intensive care unit, doctors get a cascade of data about each patient’s condition that can be challenging […]

February 18th, 2019

NIH Trailbalzer Award

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