How can we use AI to help treat asthma? Amy Chan is using artificial intelligence to derive better ways for asthmatics to stay on top of their condition.

Watch a short video of Chan explaining research recognised with a 2021 Te Taumata Rangahau|Research Excellence Early Career Award from the University of Auckland.

Amy Chan is a Senior Research Fellow in Pharmacy at the University of Auckland. Amy has led on several research projects in the area of behavioural medicine – specifically on understanding patterns of health behaviour in individuals and in health professionals, and the factors which influence these behaviours.

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Disclaimer: The ideas expressed in this video reflect the views of the guest and not necessarily the views of The Big Q. 

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