Ph.D. students to attend Simuvation March 16-19

Raghuveer Chandrashekhar (mentor: Hongwu Wang, Ph.D.) and Jordan Major (mentor: Stefanie Bodison, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA), students in the Rehabilitation Science Doctoral Program, have been selected to take part in the 2024 SIMUVACTION on AI: AI and Health Disparities On A Global Stage, March 16-19 in Atlanta, Georgia.

The SIMUVACTION project is organized under the auspices of France-Atlanta. It is an opportunity for 40 university students from across the world to actively engage, practice and contribute to the ethical development of AI. Students, coming from different fields, universities, backgrounds and countries will train for six to eight weeks through a common course in which they will receive the support of professional partners.

According to the SIMUVACTION website, the project fuses young minds — especially graduate students — the world of academia, the private and non-profit sectors, as well as community organizations engaged in issues of health disparity. It provides an opportunity for all actors to meet, discuss and act around a common goal and project.