Dr. Giger's AI, developed to detect HIBI, featured in UC Polsky Patented column

The AI technology developed by Dr. Maryellen Giger as part of her long standing research in computer-aided diagnosis is featured in Polsky Patented. Polsky Patented is a column highlighting research and inventions from University of Chicago faculty. 

The article, AI Helps to Earlier Detect Brain Injury in Survivors of Cardiac Arrest, provides an overview of the multi-department research being conducted by using machine-learning to help clinicians at the hospital better assess hypoxic-ischemic brain injury (HIBI), which can occur when the brain does not receive enough oxygen during cardiac arrest. 

To obtain additional details regarding this research, please view the full article published on the Polsky Center website.