Machine Learning and Inference Laboratory
Department of Health Administration and Policy
Janusz Wojtusiak, PhD
Dr. Wojtusiak is an associate professor in the George Mason University Department of Health Administration and Policy, and the coordinator of GMU Health Informatics program. He also serves as the director of the GMU Machine Learning and Inference Laboratory, and the director of GMU Center for Discovery Science and Health Informatics.
Dr. Janusz Wojtusiak obtained with honors his Master's degree in Computer Science from Jagiellonian University in 2001, and Ph.D. in Computational Sciences and Informatics (concentration in Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Mining) from George Mason University in 2007. After completing his PhD he became a post-doctoral fellow in the GMU Department of Health Administration and Policy.
Dr. Wojtusiak's research interests include development and use of intelligent systems in healthcare. In particular he focuses on creating artificial intelligence algorithms for clinical decision support and knowledge discovery in medical data, and supporting health services research. Specific methodologies include machine learning, evolutionary computation, intelligent evolutionary design, knowledge mining, intrusion detection, building virtual organizations. He authored or co-authored over 80 research papers in these areas.
Dr. Wojtusiak collaborates with multiple national and international institutions including University of Louisville, University of Bremen, Germany, and AGH University of Science and Technology. In 2007, he has been a fellow of Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (Hanse Institute for Advanced Study), Germany. Dr. Wojtusiak chaired Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Working Group (KDDM-WG) in American Medical Informatics Asociation (AMIA) in 2013-2014 term.
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