"His algorithms come from the automated-car-driving worldthey are predictive modelingand our work comes from clinical medicine," Griswold said. "But because we got to know each other, we could see how we can work together."
In addition to the researchers named above, Jeff Ustin, MD, an assistant professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and researcher and surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic, is assisting with the project.
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