An intern physician in respirology, Ryeyan Taseen is pursuing a Master’s degree in computer science as part of his training as a clinical researcher at the Université de Sherbrooke. He is interested in clinical aid tools that make use of data contained in electronic medical records. He believes such tools are essential for the future of precision medicine.
The areas of research that captivate Ryeyan Taseen include precision medicine, clinical prediction models, clinical aid tools, and quality assessment of medical procedures.
MD, Université de Sherbrooke, doctorate in medicine
Dr. Ryeyan Taseen is developing an automated tool that will alert physicians when hospitalized patients have a high probability of dying within the next 12 months.