Amit Kaushal, MD, PhD
Dr. Kaushal is Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering at Stanford University. He is a respected internal medicine physician with expertise in applications of computer science, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) to medicine and public health. He has worked in roles ranging from deeply technical to deeply clinical, in both academia and industry.Dr. Kaushal brings over 20 years of research experience at the intersection of computer science and biomedicine. His work focuses on taking AI/ML applications from concept all the way through live clinical deployment, with a focus on fair and ethical use of AI. His work has been featured in JAMA, Nature, Lancet Digital Health, Nature npj Digital Medicine, Health Affairs Blog, and others; and he has written for or been covered in popular media outlets such as Scientific American, Wired, LA Times, and more.Dr. Kaushal launched Stanford University School of Engineering’s undergraduate degree program in Biomedical Computation over 20 years ago; he serves as director of the major. He is a faculty in the Stanford Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging, Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center, and Stanford Partnership for AI-Assisted Care.Dr. Kaushal has served in executive, operating, and advisory roles in industry.Dr. Kaushal is board certified in both internal medicine and clinical informatics. He is an actively practicing academic hospitalist. He completed his BS, MD, PhD (Biomedical Informatics) and Internal Medicine residency training all at Stanford University.
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I'm happy to learn about and collaborate on interesting projects in digital health - especially those with an end-goal of live clinical or operational use.