Bouvé focusing on real change through Impact Engines

Northeastern University has introduced its first Impact Engines.

What does that mean? Solving today’s interconnected challenges requires more than any one individual, discipline, or even organization. It requires diverse clusters of interdisciplinary expertise and experience, each focused on a global problem and its contexts and perspectives. We call these clusters Impact Engines. 

Get to know how Bouvé College of Health Sciences is focusing on real change through these Impact Engines:

  • Real World Health Navigator (RWHN): RWHN aims to change how research is translated into clinical practice by establishing a sustainable service that leads the way in fully reproducing health studies. Lead PIs – Justin Manjourides (Bouvé); Kristin Kostka (OHDSI/Roux); Asieh Golozar (Bouvé)
  • Healthcare Enabled by AI in Real-Time—HEA(RT): HEA(RT) will address the challenges in the recovery lifecycle of heart surgery patients through AI-enabled healthcare. Lead PIs – Gene Tunik (Bouvé), Rai Winslow (Roux)

Click on the links above to learn more.

Photographs of students enrolled in the Accelerated Bachelor of Science Program during a class and simulation lab in the Burlington campus.