Amanda Sedlik, MSHI, BSN, RN became the new senior director for Clinical & Operational Applications in May. The previous interim senior director, Carleen Penoza, was recently named Michigan Medicine’s Chief Informatics Nursing Officer. Amanda is a registered nurse with vast experience in electronic medical record (EMR) go-lives, readiness, and optimization at hospitals and health systems across the country. She most… Read More »
There’s a great deal of talk these days about “digital addiction.” But several experts from U-M say we should teach kids to think of screens as something to handle in moderation rather than something without any healthy place in our lives. Ellen Selkie, an assistant professor of adolescent medicine, who does research on adolescents’ use of social media,… Read More »
Co-founded by U-M alums Dug Song and Jon Oberheide, Ann Arbor-based Duo Security sold late last year for $2.35 billion. As one of fewer than 150 privately held companies in the U.S. worth more than $1 billion (known as “unicorns”), Duo became incredibly successful in part by adhering to values besides the bottom line, such as inclusion and community. … Read More »
A new computer processor architecture developed at U-M could usher in a future where computers proactively defend against threats, rendering the current electronic security model of bugs and patches obsolete. Called MORPHEUS, the chip blocks potential attacks by encrypting and randomly reshuffling key bits of its own code and data 20 times per second—infinitely faster than a human… Read More »
Hafiz Malik, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at UM-Dearborn is developing tools to detect and fight against fake multimedia. He has already created a method that can detect computer-generated audio at near 100% accuracy and is now turning to fake multimedia detection in real time.
A paper co-authored by Harsha Madhyastha, professor of computer science, has been awarded an Applied Networking Research Prize by the Internet Engineering Task Force. Madhyastha and researchers from Facebook and three other participating universities presented a system called Edge Fabric that large content providers can use to smartly direct traffic over the internet. Facebook uses this system to… Read More »
The University of Michigan Medical School’s Department of Learning Health Sciences is now accepting applications to the precision health graduate certificate program for the fall 2019 semester. The certification is available to PhD, MS, MA, M Engineering, and master’s- or doctoral-level health professional students.