Fueling Voice As Biomarker of Health

Voice AI Summer School

Now Accepting Applications

The 2024 Voice AI Summer School will be an Innovative and Collaborative Learning Experience at the Intersection of Healthcare & Voice Artificial Intelligence spanning 4 institutions nationwide. Use the links provided below to apply at one of our four institutions based on your preference. Applicants do not need to be registered students at the participating institutions, however applicants must be able to participate in a fully in-person program at the location of their choice. See individual applications for additional information on eligibility. 

About the Program: This innovative educational experience is is a multi-site, interdisciplinary, collaborative program uniting students from health science & computer science/bioinformatics backgrounds. Curriculum will include processing voice audio, extracting and choosing acoustic and linguistic features, training and testing voice algorithms, as well as the social and ethical implications of working with voice data. Summer school culminates in a hack-a-thon competition in Tampa, FL.
The Voice AI Summer School is taking place at four institutions nationwide including the University of South Florida, Weill Cornell Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, and Washington University in St. Louis. Applicants do not need to be students at those institutions to apply, however applicants need to be able to commit to a fully in-person experience at one of the four sites. Additional details such as dates, stipends, and application requirements may vary between sites. Please see individual applications below for more information and site-specific details.

Who can apply?

Each of the four participating sites willl accept up to 12 students for the 2024 program. Participation is a full time commitment (40 hrs/week) for the entirety of the program (4-6 weeks). Applicants must be students, trainees, fellows, or residents who are registered in a university program at any level. No prerequisites are required, but applicants with training or experience in data science, computer science, or informatics are encouraged to apply. US citizenship or permanent residence is not required to apply to the program, but you must be physically located in the United States by the start of the program in Summer 2024. The program will not provide visa sponsorship. See site specific applications for additional details.
Applicants Category 1: Biomedical informatics: Informatics, computer science, electrical engineering, public health, information systems, health technology
Applicants Category 2: Healthcare trainees: Nursing, pharmacy, medicine, genomics, speech pathology health-related bioethics
Applications will close February 29th at 6pm EST