Artificial Intelligence and machine learning have the potential to solve some of the most intractable problems in biomedical science, turbocharge medical discovery and, critically, revolutionise healthcare delivery.
The Cambridge Centre for AI in Medicine is helping to make this a reality through its world-leading research, close partnerships with the NHS and industry, and a range of upcoming education initiatives.
The Centre’s overarching aim is a breakthrough in the understanding and treatment of complex diseases, with the more immediate goals of transforming personalised healthcare delivery – including the effective administration of treatments over time – and pioneering, next-generation clinical trials.
Successfully bridging the gap between the complex fields of AI and medicine necessitates building from both sides simultaneously. That is why CCAIM comprises a unique coalition of leading Cambridge scientists, clinicians, medical researchers, geneticists, computational biologists and biostatisticians. The centre’s expertise is broad and deep.
Delivering abig impact in healthcare would be impossible without our growing list of partnerships with key healthcare industry players. We are proud to count NHS Digital and Public Health England among our partners, as well as industry giants GSK and AstraZeneca.