Master 2 – Mathématiques, Vision & Apprentissage (ENS Paris-Saclay),
Master 2 – Statistiques (Sorbonne Université – Campus Pierre et Marie Curie)
Longitudinal data encoding applied to medical decision support in telecardiology.
In telecardiology as in many other fields of modern medicine, we have at our disposal large amounts of data explaining the evolution of a patient. These data can often be missing or corrupted, and data from several sources can sometimes be of different nature, which makes their exploitation difficult.
My goal is to develop a model capable of synthesizing different types of temporal data via auto-encoders to infer the state of a patient. In the context of tele-cardiology, this could for instance allow us to predict deteriorations of a patient’s health status, and thus anticipate and prevent more serious complications.