Dr Crina Grosan
Crina Grosan is a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Applied Technologies for Clinical Care at King’s College London.
Her main research interests are in the field of artificial intelligence, optimisation and data analytics. She has developed, adapted, and applied methods and algorithms for data analysis, systems of equations, many-objective, multimodal, and combinatorial optimisation problems and decision making.
Dr Grosan’s work has an interdisciplinary focus, exploring the application of AI in healthcare through the development of AI-driven health technologies, new methods of healthcare delivery, AI-driven data-centric approaches for biomedical and healthcare data, fairness in machine learning for healthcare and statistical design of machine learning experiments.
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