Meet EECS graduate student Bryan Haslam

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EECS graduate student Bryan HaslamWhere are you from and where did you complete your undergraduate studies?

I was born and raised in San Diego CA and then did my B.S. at Brigham Young University in UT.

What is your research about and why are you excited about your projects?

My research is to use data collected in hospitals to better predict adverse events and to improve the efficiency of clinical operations.

What do you like to do outside of research and academics?

Medical doctors are very good and the technology they use is amazing, but there are still a lot of issues with health care delivery.  I believe by using the vast amounts of data already collected in hospitals we can find ways to drastically improve care and directly affect people's lives.

What are your career goals and future plans?

Outside of research and when the weather is nice, I enjoy the outdoors. Camping, hiking, and anything do with water - especially sailing on the Charles River. I have an 18 month old daughter with whom any activity is fun.

What are your career goals and future plans?

My career goals are to help patients get the best care possible and to have fun doing it. I am still trying to determine how best to accomplish that goal.

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