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The 2021 AI for Health Winter School

With three days of plenary lectures (January 4th-6th) lead by international experts accompanied by two days of hands-on practical sessions (January 7th and 8th), the school will cover the latest advances in the field of data science applied to health. We will make sure that replays of each session will be available to anyone who registers to the Winter School  as soon as the session is over as we understand that the different timezones of the participants can make livestream sometimes difficult.

The school is aimed at students (final year masters, PhD), post-docs, academics, members of public institutions, and professionals. In order to participate to the practical sessions, basic knowledge in machine learning and python is required

It is brought to you by the French national health data platform, the Health Data Hub, and France’s leading AI research institutions: MIAI Grenoble, 3IA Cote d’Azur (Nice) and PRAIRIE (Paris).

Dates & Location

January 4 – 8, 2021 online

Registrations are now open!


Three days of plenary lectures on selected topics presented by leading experts in the field.

Two days of in-depth, hands-on practical sessions in smaller groups linked to the lectures of the three previous days.

A chance to display your hard work and discuss it with your peers during a poster session.

Networking opportunities with leaders from academia, public institution and companies invested in AI for health

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Brought to you by the French Health Data Hub, the unique gateway to access health data for public interest research in France, and some of France’s leading AI research institutions: MIAI Grenoble, 3IA Cote d’Azur (Nice) and PRAIRIE (Paris),

Supported by the French Association for Medical Informatics, the Paris Brain Institute – ICM and the University of Paris