The Johns Hopkins Laboratory of Computational Intensive Care Medicine (LCICM) has been established to gain knowledge on the mechanisms of critical illness and injury, with the aim of identifying novel methods to treat patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU). Members of the lab apply mathematical and statistical models, artificial intelligence, and domain expertise to unravel patterns in data from sources such as electronic health records, high-frequency physiological recordings, and medical imaging. These patterns are resolved into health signatures that can be leveraged for classification and prediction. The overarching goal is to enhance the precision, efficacy, and outcomes of care delivered to critically ill patients.
The mission the Translational Informatics Research and Innovation (TIRI) Lab is to understand and create advanced technology and digital device solutions that address challenges to the translation of biomedical data science-informed guidance into clinical use to improve the health of individuals, especially for people that are often underrepresented in research.