Azra Bihorac, M.D., MS FCCM, FASN

Azra Bihorac, M.D., MS FCCM, FASN
Azra Bihorac

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PO Box 100224

Senior Associate Dean For Research Affairs, Professor Of Medicine, Surgery And Anesthesiology

Master of Science – Health Sciences in Clinical Research,
2011, University of Florida
Fellowship – Critical Care Medicine
2006, University of Florida
Residency – Internal Medicine
2005, University of Florida
Fellowship – Nephrology
2003, University of Florida
Medical Degree
1990, University of Sarajevo

Azra Bihorac, MD MS FASN FCCM is the Senior Associate Dean for Research Affairs at the University of Florida College of Medicine. She is also the R. Glenn Davis Professor of Medicine, Surgery, Anesthesiology and Physiology & Functional Genomics, and Director of the Intelligent Critical Care Center (IC3 ) at UF; a multi-disciplinary center focused on developing and providing sustainable support and leadership for transformative medical AI research, education, and clinical applications to advance patients’ health in critical and acute care medicine. The center addresses an unprecedented opportunity for world-leading ambient, immersive and artificial intelligence (AI2) research and innovation to transform the diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment for critically and acutely ill patients using the multimodal clinical and research data and resources stemming from UF Health (UFH), one of the Florida’s largest health care systems. Her vision is to develop tools for intelligent human-centered health care that delivers optimized care tailored to a patient’s “personal clinical profile” using digital data. Through her work in national and international professional organizations in nephrology and critical care medicine, she has advocated for women physicians and scientists, promoting their equality and recognition in health care leadership, research and education. She completed her MD at the University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, internal medicine residency at Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey and University of Florida, fellowships in critical care medicine and nephrology, and her Masters in clinical science at University of Florida.