Hooman Rashidi, MD
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About Hooman Rashidi, MD
Dr. Rashidi’s experience in bioinformatics dates back to his graduate years at UCSD which subsequently allowed him to also serve as the principle author and editor of several popular bioinformatics textbooks. This background has also enabled him to develop various novel ML platforms. Before joining the Cleveland Clinic as the Director of PLMI’s Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, he served as the Director of AI for University of California Davis Medical Center and Professor & Vice chair of informatics and Computational pathology (until Dec 2021), leading multiple active and exciting AI / ML research in various clinical, educational, and quality improvement areas with over 30 collaborators from multiple departments and various prominent institutions. These studies also led to numerous manuscripts in which he serves as the senior/corresponding author (most recent of which published in Nature’s Scientific Reports and Plos One) and also has led to several filed patents. His most exciting and newest invention is the unique/ proprietary Automated Machine Learning (Auto-ML) software known as MILO (Machine Intelligence Learning Optimizer). MILO”s suite of applications includes it’s powerful Auto-ML platform and 6 unique complimentary preprocessing and statistics Apps which have been licensed to several industry and academic institutions and serving as a powerful suite of data science tools for a large number of clinical, quality and educational projects.
In addition to the above, Dr. Rashidi is also a known educator and the co-founder, developer, and senior editor of HematologyOutlines, a very popular online hematology atlas that is used internationally by medical schools and other training programs and endorsed by the American Society of Clinical Pathology for clinical laboratory scientist and medical technologist training.
Dr. Rashidi’s efforts in the digital space and machine learning are widely recognized nationally and internationally, as evidenced by his various national and international talk invites (at numerous prestigious conferences / institutions), his numerous editorial and reviewer roles, his numerous invited review articles in prominent journals along with his various national and local committee roles within this space.
Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine & UCLA Health System
Los Angeles, CA USA
Residency - Yale New Haven Medical Center & School of Medicine
Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
New Haven, CT USA
Internship - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA USA
Medical Education - University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio - School of Medicine
San Antonio, TX USA
Graduate School - University of California San Diego
La Jolla, CA USA
Undergraduate - University of California San Diego
La Jolla, CA USA
- Pathology - Hematopathology
- Pathology - Anatomic & Clinical Pathology
Research & Publications
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