The Data Science Institute launched publicly in September of 2018. In early 2021, it became part of Meharry’s School of Applied Computational Sciences (SACS) as the Center for Advanced Scientific Computing and Innovation (CASCI); a recognized center of excellence on the Meharry Medical College campus. The CASCI supplements SACS research activities with data science and software engineering expertise to foster a culture of innovation, learning, engagement and personal growth. It seeks to transition academic know-how and solutions into revolutionary solutions for industry, business and government. The CASCI also promotes the protection and commercialization of intellectual property, advances scholarship in key domains of computational sciences by innovating through academic excellence and impactful research to enhance the health care and technology communities in Nashville and beyond, connecting to key health care industries, businesses, influencers, and thought leaders in the areas of computational science, and serving the technology community as well as society at large.
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Center for Health Policy, Center for the Study of Social Determinants of Health, Center for Educational Development & Support, Center for Advanced Scientific Computing and Innovation, Health Disparities Research Center of Excellence
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