Computational Healthcare and Biotechnology (COHB) Lab


Dr. Mohammed Aledhari is the founder and director of the computational healthcare and biotechnology (COHB) lab in the College of Information - Data Science at the University of North Texas (UNT). Dr. Aledhari's lab projects use artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, and computer vision techniques for healthcare, bioinformatics, biomedical, wearable devices, computational (biology, healthcare, and medicine), biotechnology, genomics, proteogenomics, protein structure prediction, drug discovery, and personalized medicine. Such implementations and analysis can lead to monitoring, diagnosing, and treating several life-threatening diseases with genetic predispositions such as cancer, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and mental illness. Dr. Aledhari has a strong track record of mentoring students to attain high-impact positions, including but not limited to staff scientists and software engineering positions in machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, and data science fields.

Collaborative Science

Dr. Aledhari's research group is committed to conducting research in computational, data, and engineering sciences in the context of bioinformatics, biomedical, wearable devices, clinical, and public health disciplines and applying this knowledge to support the nation's leading health initiatives. COHB lab is welcome to collaborate with other disciplines such as medicine, radiology, biology, biochemistry, psychology, and nursing.