Course program

What you need to know for the third edition of the course:

  • The next edition of the course will start 11-02-2022.
  • There are 2 tracks to choose from:
    • A full track that offers participants the ability to create their own AI solutions. In this track you will follow, besides the lectures, also practical sessions where you can pick up the skills needed to implement your own AI applications.
    • A light track that does not involve programming and offers participants a good understanding of what AI is and how it can benefit your work.

Full track program

  • The in depth course takes place on 17 Fridays.
  • The course days consist of lectures in the morning and afternoon Python practicals with cases focused on Radboudumc practice.
  • The program will mostly be held at Radboudumc in Nijmegen and a few times at JADS in Den Bosch.
  • The course includes project days in the Radboudumc where you will work in a team on a Radboudumc project.
  • We expect participants to spend on average 2-3 hours per week on homework and self study.
  • There will be an online training environment with support documentation, discussion forum and blended learning.
  • The course will end with a graduation ceremony where teams will present their project results and a certificate will be awarded.

An overview of the in-depth track schedule can be seen below.

Date Time Topic Content
11-02-2022 9-13h Introduction How is AI changing healthcare?
18-02-2022 9-17h Machine Learning 1 How to run an AI project? Follow the CRIPS-DM model
for data science projects and start with understanding your data
25-02-2022 9-17h Machine Learning 2 Learn the basic principles of machine Learning and
how to measure the Performance of machine learning models
11-03-2022 9-17h Machine Learning 3 A start is made to cover the most important supervised
machine learning algorithms and you will learn how to prepare your data
18-03-2022 9-17h Machine Learning 4 We will finish covering the most important supervised
machine learning algorithms and learn how to Evaluate your models
25-03-2022 9-17h Deep Learning 1 Understand how convolutional neural networks can be used
for medical image analysis
01-04-2022 9-17h Deep Learning 2 Learn how to combine text, images and biomedical data for
better deep learning models
08-04-2022 9-17h Data Engineering / Ethics & Privacy The FAIR principles of data management
are covered and ethical and privacy concerns regarding the use of AI are discussed
22-04-2022 9-17h Project Day 1 Defining project goals and understanding your data
29-04-2022 9-17h Machine Learning 5 You will learn about unsupervised machine learning models
for data without any labels and get a summary of all machine learning topics
13-05-2022 9-17h Text Mining Learn how to get valuable insights from medical records
20-05-2022 9-17h Project Day 2 Data preparation and model development
03-06-2022 9-17h Bioinformatics Learn about applications of AI in genetics
10-06-2022 9-17h Project Day 3 Model optimization and result visualisation
17-06-2022 9-17h AI products / Deployment Learn how to choose a suitable AI product and how
to deploy your own AI product in practice
24-06-2022 9-17h Project Day 4 Evaluating model performance
01-07-2022 9-13h Final Presentations Project groups will present their final results

Light track program

  • The short track takes takes 10 Friday mornings/afternoons.
  • The course consists of lectures with a focus on Radboudumc practice.
  • The program will mostly be held at Radboudumc in Nijmegen and a few times at JADS in Den Bosch.
  • For the projects you can bring in your own clinical case and you will be involved by providing guidance and feedback to a team.
  • We expect participants to spend on average 2-3 hours per week on homework and self study.
  • There will be an online training environment with support documentation, discussion forum and blended learning.
  • The course will end with a graduation ceremony where project teams will present their project results and a certificate will be awarded.

An overview of the short track schedule can be seen below.

Date Time Topic Content
11-02-2022 9-13h Introduction How is AI changing healthcare?
18-02-2022 13-17h Machine Learning 1 How to run an AI project? Follow the CRIPS-DM model
for data science projects and start with understanding your data
25-02-2022 9-13h Machine Learning 2 Learn the basic principles of machine learning and
how to measure the Performance of machine learning models
25-03-2022 9-13h Deep Learning 1 Understand how convolutional neural networks can be used
for medical image analysis
01-04-2022 9-13h Deep Learning 2 Learn how to combine text, images and niomedical data for
better deep learning models
08-04-2022 13-17h Ethics & Privacy Ethical and privacy concerns regarding the use of AI are discussed
22-04-2022 Project Day 1 Defining project goals and understanding your data
13-05-2022 9-13h Text Mining Learn how to get valuable insights from medical records
20-05-2022 Project Day 2 Data preparation and model development
03-06-2022 9-13h Bioinformatics Learn about applications of AI in genetics
10-06-2022 Project Day 3 Model optimization and result visualisation
17-06-2022 9-13h AI products Learn how to choose a suitable AI product
24-06-2022 Project Day 4 Evaluating model performance
01-07-2022 9-13h Final Presentations Project groups will present their final results