Corey Arnold, PhD
Professor with appointments in the UCLA Departments of Radiological Sciences, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Bioengineering. Dr. Corey leads the Computational Diagnostics program, a joint effort between the departments. His areas of research include medical image analysis, computational phenotyping, natural language processing, and multi-scale predictive disease modeling, with a preference for problems that have a clear pathway to clinical translation. Most projects share the goal of integrating radiology, pathology, and -omic features to further our understanding of disease through the discovery of predictive computational phenotypes that may be used for risk stratification, treatment selection, and response monitoring. His lab also serves as a resource for department physicians, fellows, and residents who wish to incorporate machine learning/data science techniques into their research.