Center for Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence

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NEW: Johns Hopkins Responsible AI for Health Symposium (RAIHS): By invitation only, August 29, 2024.

The Center for Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence (CDHAI) at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

An academic center that conducts cutting-edge research at the intersection of digital technologies, analytics, artificial intelligence and health care.

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Our mission is to generate novel insights into how technological innovations can be deployed to address the challenges of health care quality, patient empowerment, health equity, and health care costs. CDHAI seeks to create knowledge that will facilitate and accelerate the digital transformation of health care and wider application of unbiased and ethical AI for health.  

The center’s extensive research portfolio includes a broad range of digital health technologies: 

​​​​​​    • Electronic health records 
    • Wearables and sensors 
    • Mobile technologies 
    • Machine learning and artificial intelligence 
    • Social media data 


Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence

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At CDHAI, our esteemed faculty have been recognized for their leading roles in programs endorsed President Biden, highlighted in his Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence.


The AIM-AHEAD program, part of the National Institutes of Health, is a pioneering initiative dedicated to fostering mutually beneficial partnerships and advancing the representation of underrepresented researchers and communities in the development of AI/ML models. Ritu Agarwal and Guodong (Gordon) Gao, Co-Directors of the Center for Digital Health and AI (CDHAI), are among the multiple principal investigators for the Data Science Training Core (DSTC) of AIM-AHEAD and Dr. Gao is one of the faculty leading the AIM-AHEAD Program for AI Readiness (PAIR) program.


Learn more about our leading role