The Machine Learning in Health Club is a semi-formal weekly seminar hosted by the Centre for Big Data Research in Health at the University of New South Wales (CBDRH, UNSW). We explore state-of-the-art machine learning techniques and their application to health problems to promote interest and interdisciplinary collaboration, and to support capacity development in the subject.

The Club was established in 2018, and we welcome anyone with an interest in machine learning, artificial intelligence, and health data (ML/AI + Health). 

Our topics for 2023 include:

  1. Explainable AI
  2. Data-centric AI
  3. Regulation of medical AI/ML
  4. AI Safety (AGI Safety)
  5. Data Visualisation for ML
  6. ML for drug modelling
  7. ML for causal inference
  8. Symbolic AI or A Path Towards Autonomous Machine Intelligence
  9. ML/AI for clinical research

We meet every Friday from 2 pm to 3 pm AEST (Sydney time). The meetings are hybrid: in-person at our building and online.

Feel free to join by contacting our organizers:  

Ivy Cerelia Valerie: i.valerie at

Nic Kuo: n.kuo at

Oscar Perez-Concha: o.perezconcha at