Analytics & Machine-Learning for Maternal-Health Interventions
The AMMI project aims to tackle the elevated risk of maternal mortality in African-American women in the United States, by taking into account the social determinants on health and clinical factors that may contribute to such a risk. It is a collaborative effort between researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke, Wake Forest, and Emory University.
The project aims to:
- Clarify and track contributions of biological, clinical, and SDoH factors toward specific maternal morbidities associated with eventual mortality.
- Conduct efficient and accurate risk predictions to determine whether patients fall into defined target risk groups.
- Translate these risk predictions into interventions appropriate for providers, patients, and community support organizations.
Leading Professor: Javed Mostafa – firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Manager: Karl Shieh – email@example.com