Ping Zhang

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Ping Zhang, PhD, FAMIA
Assistant Professor
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
The Ohio State University

Email: zhang.10631@osu.edu
Phone: +1-614-293-9286
Office: Lincoln Tower 310A

Short Biography

Ping Zhang is an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University (OSU), with joint appointments at the Department of Biomedical Informatics (BMI), and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). He leads the AIMed (Artificial Intelligence in Medicine) Lab at OSU. His research focuses on data mining, machine learning, and their applications to trustworthy AI (e.g., explainability, fairness, robustness, causal inference, uncertainty quantification), computational medicine (e.g., predictive modeling, medical imaging, clinical NLP, real-world evidence, drug discovery & development).

Openings

AIMed Lab currently has openings for PhD students, postdoctoral associates, and visiting scholars with research interests related to trustworthy machine learning, causal inference, and AI algorithms in medicine. Please reach out to Dr. Ping Zhang via email if you are interested.

Research Support

Our lab gratefully acknowledges ongoing and past support from NSF (e.g., CAREER IIS-2145625, SenSE CBET-2037398), NIH (e.g., R01 NIGMS-R01GM141279, R01 NIGMS-R01GM122845, R21 NIBIB-R21EB030294), Ohio Department of Medicaid, Google, Lyntek Medical Technologies, and Nationwide Children's Hospital.

Professional Activities

Awards

  • NSF CAREER Award, 2022

  • OSU Award for Excellence in Mentoring, 2021

  • ICML Top Reviewer, 2020

  • DII National Data Science Challenge Honorable Mention Award, 2019

  • IBM Master Inventor Award, 2018

  • IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award for Cognitive-driven Chronic Disease Management Solution Suite, 2018

  • IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award for Patient Similarity Analytics, 2016

  • ESWC Best In-Use/Industrial Paper Award, 2016

  • AMIA Summits Nomination for Marco Ramoni Distinguished Paper Award, 2014

  • ACM Future of Computing Gold Award (First Place) for Graduate Projects, 2012

  • NSF Travel Grant Award for BIBM, 2012