G. Elisabeta Marai Awarded NIH Diversity Supplement

August 1st, 2021 - February 29th, 2024

Categories: Applications, Human Factors, Software, User Groups, Visualization, Visual Analytics, Visual Informatics, Deep Learning, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Machine Learning, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence


The National Institutes of Health: National Cancer Institute has awarded Liz Marai and collaborators at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center a Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research Programs, for federal award R01CA258827, “Longitudinal Spatial-Nonspatial Decision Support for Competing Outcomes in Head and Neck Cancer Therapy” to run 2021 -2024. The award will support the interdisciplinary training of Dr. Rachel Glenn, an individual from a disadvantaged background (as defined by PA-21-071), under the direction of PIs Marai (UIC) and Fuller (U of Texas).