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Hilal Maradit Kremers, M.D., studies the epidemiology and outcomes of musculoskeletal diseases and procedures. She uses clinical information collected during routine medical care such as that in electronic health records and joint replacement registries. She is implementing natural language processing techniques to extract medical concepts from the unstructured text of medical records and developing computer vision technologies for automated interpretation of musculoskeletal images for diagnostic and prognostic purposes. She serves as the principal investigator on several NIH-funded projects and as the collaborating epidemiologist on several others.
Dr. Maradit Kremers is the methodology core director of the NIAMS-funded P30 Core Center for Clinical Research in Total Joint Arthroplasty (CORE-TJA) at Mayo Clinic. CORE-TJA provides access to state-of-the-art methodological expertise, education and big data resources to accelerate methodologically rigorous clinical research that will directly improve the care and outcomes of patients who undergo hip and knee replacement.
Dr. Maradit Kremers' research into the long-term safety of total joint replacement implants and determinants of clinical outcomes will help enhance delivery of effective musculoskeletal care and improve outcomes for patients. Her research using artificial intelligence techniques will enhance use of electronic health records in orthopedics research and transform orthopedic imaging practice.
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