UT Health San Antonio, UTSA, and UT Tyler researchers awarded $1M grant to collaborate on enhancing trauma care with AI technology

UT Health San Antonio’s Commitment to Innovation: Collaborating on AI Tools to Enhance Trauma Care Decision Making

James Bynum, PhD, who serves as a professor and vice chair of research in the department of surgery at UT Health San Antonio, along with being the executive director of the Trauma Research and Combat Casualty Care Collaborative (TRC4), has shown support for a collaboration with researchers at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and The University of Texas at Tyler (UT Tyler) in the development and implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) tools to enhance trauma care decision-making among clinicians. The goal is to improve the quality of care provided to patients in need of trauma treatment.

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio) is a prominent health science university in the country, recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education. Their core missions include education, research, patient care, and community engagement, with schools dedicated to medicine, nursing, dentistry, health professions, graduate biomedical sciences, and public health. With over 42,550 alumni, UT Health San Antonio continues to make a significant impact by producing graduates who are at the forefront of their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives of patients and families in South Texas and beyond.

As an institution that prioritizes innovation and excellence in health science education and research, UT Health San Antonio is committed to developing cutting-edge technology that will improve patient outcomes. By collaborating with other universities like UTSA and UT Tyler on AI projects like TRC4’s AI-powered diagnostic tool for trauma care decision making, UT Health San Antonio is demonstrating its leadership role in shaping the future of healthcare in South Texas and beyond.

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