NYU Langone Health

By Laura Lovett April 23, 2019
Voice-analyzing technology combined with artificial intelligence could offer a new way to detect post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a study published recently in the journal of Depression and Anxiety. The research team found that the technology was able to use 18 speech features to identify subjects with the condition.  Researchers said that this type of technology has the potential to...
By Laura Lovett January 24, 2019
As one of the big players in New York, the pressure is on NYU Langone to innovate. That means often thinking outside the healthcare bubble and investigating how other industries use technology to bring the best experience to the end user, according to Caitlin Cronk, the associate director of digital planning and strategy at NYU Langone.   At HIMSS19, Cronk and her colleague Nader Mherabi, the...

NYU School of Medicine’s Department of Radiology chair Dr. Michael Recht; Dr. Daniel Sodickson, vice chair for research and director of the Center for Advanced Imaging Innovation and Research, and Dr. Yvonne Lui, associate chair of artificial intelligence, watch an MRI exam take place with a technician at NYU Langone Health in August 2018.

By Jonah Comstock August 20, 2018
The Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research group (FAIR) has teamed up with the NYU School of Medicine on a new project that could make magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans 10 times faster. "MRI scanners provide doctors and patients with images that typically show a greater level of detail related to soft tissues — such as organs and blood vessels — than is captured by other forms of medical...
By Laura Lovett June 4, 2018
Scheduled to open later this month, New York’s newest children’s hospital and inpatient pavilion will have a focus on digital health and technologies. NYU Langone Health will launch the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital—34th Street, which will be part of the new inpatient Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion, on June 24.  “We’re extremely proud of technological systems we’ve built and deployed,...