The magic of machine learning in medicine: Hanna Suominen for TEDxCanberra
5 APRIL 2023
In her inspiring and insightful TEDxCanberra talk, ANU Professor of Computer Science Hanna Suominen showed the audience how the magic of machine learning can help us detect health conditions and diseases. Professor Suominen is the Associate Director (Engagement & Impact) of the ANU School of Computing and an Executive Leader (Computing and Engineering) of OHIOH.
Watch her talk to learn more about the magic of machine learning.
MS OHIOH Sydney Symposium
30 MARCH 2023
On 30 March 2023, researchers of Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH), a strategic initiative of ANU, were excited to speak at the MS OHIOH Sydney Symposium. The event introduced the MS community in Sydney to OHIOH and celebrated the expansion of the OHIOH MS Cohort Study to the Sydney Adventist Hospital. Amongst the speakers were Associate Professor Anne Bruestle, Professor Chris Nolan, Dr Jo Lane, as well as Mr Mark Elisha, a person with MS and member of the OHIOH MS Health Experience Team.
ANU honoured with MS Australia 50 Years President’s Medal
30 JANUARY 2023
The Australian National University (ANU) has been recognised as one of the recipients of the MS Australia 50 Years President’s Medal by Australia’s national multiple sclerosis (MS) organisation.
Since its establishment in 1972 as the National Multiple Sclerosis Society of Australia (NMSSA), MS Australia has been a tireless advocate for improvements in the lives of people affected with MS, a chronic condition of the central nervous system.
To mark its 50th anniversary of progress in driving awareness, research, and support for people with MS, the nonprofit organisation has selected 50 recipients to be awarded the MS Australia 50 Years President’s Medal. ANU Associate Professor Anne Bruestle, who is chairing Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH), a multidisciplinary research project focusing on MS and diabetes, received the Medal on the University’s behalf. >>Read more