Vincent Major

PhD Candidate

NYU Langone Health


Vincent Major is a PhD Candidate studying Medical Informatics at NYU Langone Health. Working with the Predictive Analytics Unit, a division of Population Health, he focuses on development, validation, and deployment of machine and deep learning models learnt from and feeding back into the electronic medical record.


  • Medical Informatics
  • Machine and Deep Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Operationalization of AI in Healthcare


  • PhD in Medical Informatics, 2020

    NYU Langone Health

  • ME in Bioengineering, 2015

    University of Canterbury, New Zealand

  • BE(Hons) in Mechanical Engineering, 2014

    University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Recent Posts

Reading SEER fixed width files

I help teach a class each summer which serves as an introducion to biomedical informatics and programming for, mostly resident, …

Recent Publications

Estimating Real World Performance of a Predictive Model: A Case-Study in Predicting End-of-Life

Objective: The main criteria for choosing how models are built is the subsequent effect on future (estimated) model performance. In …

Challenges in Translating Mortality Risk to the Point of Care

An invited Editorial discussing a recent work implementing a relatively simple method to identify patients at risk of 1-year mortality …

Recent & Upcoming Talks

D4GX Immersion with Bringing Hope Home

My talk presenting my experience ‘immersing’ with Bringing Hope Home as part of D4GX 2017