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Khalid Malik


Director of Cyber Security and Professor of Computer Science
U-M Flint

Dr. Khalid M. Malik is Professor of computer science and director of cybersecurity at the College of Innovation and Technology, University of Michigan-Flint. Prior to joining UofM-Flint, he was distinguished associate professor in the School of Engineering and Computer Science at Oakland University. His research focuses on the integrated area of AI, healthcare, and information security to design secure, intelligent, and decentralized decision support systems by employing multimodal, federated, trustworthy, and neuro-symbolic AI. In healthcare, he focuses on prediction of cerebrovascular and cardiovascular events using clinical text and multiple medical
imaging modalities (e.g. DSA, MRA). In cybersecurity, his research focus is on
developing forensic examiners for authenticity, integrity and veracity of audios, videos, images. Dr. Malik’s research is supported by the multiple National Science Foundation awards, Brain Aneurysm Foundation, Department of Energy, and the Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization Innovation Hub, among others. He is a recipient of numerous accolades, not limited to Oakland’s Young Investigator Research award (2018), SECS Outstanding Research award (2019) and Distinguished Associate
Professor award (2021).


NeuroAssist: An Intelligent Secure Decision Support System for the Prediction of Brain Aneurysm Rupture

Research Area(s)

Aneurysm | Artificial Intelligence | Health services research | Stroke


  • Consultant on: REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in AI Engineering
  • Principal investigator of: Preserving the Courts Trust in Era of Fake Multimedia
  • Principal investigator of: PFI–TT: Development of an Explainable and Robust Detector of Forged Multimedia and Cyber Threats using Artificial intelligence