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From harnessing AI to detect disease sooner to advancing treatments for rare and complex diseases, Mayo Clinic researchers innovate with the goal to provide the best in healthcare.
Mayo Clinic researchers created an ultrasound tool combined with artificial intelligence to improve cancer diagnosis and patient care.
A team researching polycystic kidney disease at Mayo Clinic aims to help clinicians predict the disease before it starts and develop new medications.
Researchers have identified a gene biomarker associated with overall survival and treatment response in patients with stomach (gastric) cancer.
A four-year pilot study suggests that the progression of heart failure is a senescent phenomenon associated with indicators of accelerated aging.
A recent review paper from Mayo Clinic researchers found a wide range of inconsistent reporting practices in natural language processing-assisted observational research.
A recent Mayo Clinic study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism has found that using machine learning and electronic health record (EHR)Read more
James East, M.D., spends his days skillfully examining people’s colons, searching for and snaring away suspicious polyps that might one day turn into cancer. ARead more
Clinicians and researchers around the world are combining artificial intelligence, known as AI, with health care to help identify patients at greater risk of cardiovascularRead more
Like many emerging technological advances, artificial intelligence (AI) promises to change the way medicine is practiced. Computer algorithms can discern patterns in electronic health recordsRead more