Dr. Geoffrey H. Tison, MD MPH

The Tison lab is led by Dr. Geoff Tison, a practicing cardiologist, NIH-funded researcher and expert in machine learning and artificial intelligence applied to medicine. He obtained formal training in epidemiology, statistical methods and machine learning during his tenure at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and as a National Institutes of Health T32 scholar. His clinical areas of expertise include internal medicine, advanced echocardiography/cardiac imaging and preventive cardiology.

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Josh Barrios, PhD

Dr. Barrios is a Computational Biologist and the Lead Data Scientist in the Tison Lab. He leads core projects and infrastructure initiatives in the Tison lab. He has expertise in applying machine learning to drive inferences about biological systems and to improve clinical medical applications. 

Minhaj Ansari, MS

Minhaj is a computer scientist and Data Scientist in the Tison lab. He specializes in developing models across the machine learning and deep learning spectrum to advance medical disease prediction and prevention.

Mattheus Ramsis, MD

Dr. Ramsis is a cardiologist and a post-doctoral research fellow in the Tison lab. He is leading a prospective clinical study evaluating AI tools and also honing his computational skills.

Rahul Goli, MD

Dr. Goli is a cardiology fellow at UCSF and is conducting research with the Tison lab. He will pursue additional interventional cardiology clinical training.

Robert Avram, MD

Dr. Avram is an interventional cardiologist, AI researcher and faculty at the Montreal Heart Institute. He leads an AI research lab and is a core collaborator with the Tison lab, with a focus on AI applications in angiography.

Gunvant Chaudhari, MD (candidate)

Mr. Chaudhari is a medical student at the UCSF School of Medicine. He completed his bachelors in Neuroscience at UCLA and computer vision research in Electrical Engineering. He is involved with research projects with the Tison lab.

Elodie Langlais

Elodie holds a Bachelors in Biomedical Engineering and is obtaining her Masters degree at Polytechnique Montreal. She is completing a research fellowship with the Tison lab.