Rutwik Shah, MD

Project Director, Clinical Product Innovation & Research Partnerships
Radiology

Rutwik Shah MD, is a Project Director at the Center for Intelligent Imaging (ci2). He builds data science tools and manages data pipelines for various machine learning projects at the center. He performs clinical validation of the A.I. solutions in real world clinical workflows to test for interpretability and usability. He is also the Clinical Lead on various research collaborations with industry partners such as NVIDIA and GE Healthcare, translating breakthrough research into products.

Rutwik is a physician scientist by training. He pursued his postdoctoral research in medical imaging and machine learning at UCSF and has a master's degree in Translational Medicine from UC Berkeley. Prior to this he completed his clinical training in India. His research interests include multimodal machine learning, clinical informatics, and medical applications of swarm intelligence.

Publications: 

Factors Predicting Positive Culture in CT-Guided Bone Biopsy Performed for Suspected Osteomyelitis.

AJR. American journal of roentgenology

Beroukhim G, Shah R, Bucknor MD

Effect of gantry rotation speed and scan mode on peristalsis motion artifact frequency and severity at abdominal CT.

Abdominal radiology (New York)

Shah R, Khoram R, Lambert JW, Sun Y, Wang ZJ, Webb EM, Yeh BM

Effect of Sonication Duration and Power on Ablation Depth During MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound of Bone.

Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI

Bucknor MD, Ozhinsky E, Shah R, Krug R, Rieke V