Joon Lee, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Medical Data Science Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
PhD in Biomedical Engineering Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Toronto, Canada
BA Sc in Electrical Engineering Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Waterloo, Canada

Joon Lee

Areas of Research

Health Data Science
My research applies data science and artificial intelligence to challenging health problems. It involves collecting, curating, processing, and analyzing health data from a variety of sources including electronic medical records, smart phones, wearables, and social media. The aim of my research is to support knowledge discovery, decision support, and health management in a personalized, data-driven way. My primary application areas have been intensive care medicine, aging, chronic disease management, and population health surveillance. For more information about my research lab, the Data Intelligence for Health Lab, please visit cumming.ucalgary.ca/dih, or click on my name above.

Supervising degrees

Community Health Sciences Doctoral: Seeking Students
Community Health Sciences Masters: Seeking Students
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences Doctoral: Seeking Students
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences Masters: Seeking Students
Biomedical Engineering Doctoral: Seeking Students
Biomedical Engineering Masters: Seeking Students
Biomedical Engineering Masters: Seeking Students
Data Science and Analytics Diploma: Seeking Students

Working with this supervisor

The ideal candidate would be proficient in at least some of the following: data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, big data analytics, predictive analytics, SQL and NoSQL databases, biostatistics, health research, mobile programming, Python, R.

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