Assistant Research Professor
Primary Appointment: Department of Computer Science
- Machine learning
- Natural language and speech processing
- Intelligent user interfaces
- Health informatics
Mark Dredze is an Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at the Johns Hopkins University and a research scientist at the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence. He also is affiliated with the Center for Language and Speech Processing and the Center for Population Health Information Technology, and is a member of Health Sciences Informatics in the School of Medicine. His research in natural language processing and machine learning has focused on graphical models, semi-supervised learning, information extraction, large-scale learning and speech processing. His recent work includes health information applications, including information extraction from social media, biomedical and clinical texts. He earned his B.S. (’03) from Northwestern University; his M.S. (’04) from Yeshiva University and his PhD (’09) from the University of Pennsylvania.
Secondary Appointments: Assistant Research Professor, Center for Language and Speech Processing, Research Scientist, Human Language Technology Center of Excellence; Health Sciences Informatics, School of Medicine.