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Director of Life Science and Medicine Research; Professor of Bioengineering
Rai Winslow is a professor of bioengineering and director of life sciences and medicine research at the Roux Institute.
A world-renowned leader in computational medicine, Winslow works directly with corporate partners, including MaineHealth and The Jackson Laboratory, to develop the technology that will be used to optimize patient health outcomes. He joined the Roux Institute from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he was the Founding Director of the Institute for Computational Medicine. Winslow’s research interests are in predictive analytics in both the settings of physical, behavioral, and mental healthcare— using modeling methods to predict the evolution of patient state and the impending occurrence of significant changes in patient state before they occur.
Born and raised in Maine, Winslow has returned to the state for his role at the Roux Institute.