Camilo E. Valderrama C.


About me

I am a second year graduate student in the program Computer Science with Biomedical Informatics at Emory University. I am interested in developing decision support systems by applying machine learning and signal processing techniques to biomedical signals. I work in the CliffordLab under the guidance of Gari Clifford. My current research aims at developing methods for detecting Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR) in Guatemala rural areas by using a smartphone application that records 1D-Doppler ultrasound signals from pregnant women.

Previously, I earned both my master degree in Informatics and Telecommunications (2014) and my bachelor's degree in System Engineering (2011) at Universidad Icesi at Cali, Colombia. I worked from 2011 to 2015 at the i2t research group of the same university under the supervision of Gonzalo Ulloa.