The Ohio State University
Biomedical Informatics is the field that is concerned with the optimal use of information, often aided by the use of technology and people, to improve individual health, health care, public health, and biomedical research
Dr. Roderick is an applied mathematician with a background in natural sciences with interest in collaborating with engineers and developers of high-performance code. Dr. Roderick's current professional goal is to provide advanced mathematical support to decision-making and resource allocation in healthcare. He is also interested in the discovery and predictions on large and unusual data, the development application of computational models outside of their usual context, and cross-disciplinary analysis with statistical component. Given his interest in providing advanced mathematical support in applied fields, Dr. Roderick would like to continue learning and improving on the vision and best practices of multiple disciplines and professions. He is eager to participate in research efforts that bridge the existing gap between applied disciplines and analytical capabilities of modern computation science, applied mathematics and statistics as they can be combined and applied to healthcare and other advanced industries.
Research & Development Interests: Dr. Roderick is currently focused on research that combines modern practices of machine learning, data science and classic approaches to modelling complex systems for improved, data-driven healthcare delivery and the analysis of sociological phenomena.
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