Shinjini Kundu, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University; MD Candidate, University of Pittsburgh

Shinjini Kundu, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University; MD Candidate, University of Pittsburgh

PhD, Carnegie Mellon University; MD Candidate, University of Pittsburgh

Shinjini Kundu, MD, PhD is a resident physician and medical researcher at Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Radiology. Her research focuses on developing new artificial intelligence technologies to enable hidden signs of disease to be detected from medical images. She is a pioneer in a new era of partnership between humans and machines. She has authored papers in top journals such as PNAS and Nature Medicine. She is one of MIT Technology Review’s 35 under 35, Forbes 30 under 30, winner of the Carnegie Science Award, and two-time TEDx speaker. She has spoken at policy forums at the intersection of digital data, privacy, and health at the American Medical Association, World Business Dialogue, Observer Research Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and ITU at the United Nations.