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Halil Bisgin

Associate Professor
Computer Science
U-M Flint

Halil Bisgin is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Michigan-Flint . He received his PhD in Integrated Computing-Computer Science from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR), where he also taught and served as a graduate committee member.

Before joining UM-Flint, Bisgin was actively involved in FDA-funded projects at the National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR), where he took part in data-mining projects such as topic extraction on tobacco documents and patient narratives in the FDA repository. His work there has been recognized with an FDA Group Recognition Award.

Having a BS in Mathematics from Koc University in Turkey, he also holds master’s degrees in Applied Computing from UALR and Computational Science and Engineering from Istanbul Technical University. His exposure to interdisciplinary research encouraged him to train himself in various fields; therefore, his research expertise and work cover the fields of bioinformatics, data mining, information retrieval, and social network analysis.


Predicting implant loosening/failure by using metabolomics data

Research Area(s)

Artificial Intelligence | Bioinformatics | Data science / Analytics / AI | Pharmacogenomics | next-gen genomic sequencing | social media use


  • Co-investigator of: EAGER : Education DCL: RUI: SaTC: Bridging the Gap: Coalescing Research into Educational Lab Exercises for the Application of Machine Learning Methodologies to Cybersecurity Threats
  • Co-investigator of: REU Site: Integrating Machine Learning with Mathematical Innovation
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