An Intelligent Approach to Empowering the Research of Biomedical Machine Learning in Medical Data Analysis using PALM


  • H. E. Khodke Computer Engineering department, Sanjivani College of Engineering Kopargaon (An Autonomous institute), Maharashtra, India, 423603. Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. India
  • Manoj Bhalerao Associate Professor, PVG’s College of Engineering, Nashik
  • S. N. Gunjal Computer Engineering Department, Sanjivani College of Engineering Kopargaon (An Autonomous Institute) Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune, Maharashtra, india
  • Suvarna Nirmal Principal, HSBPVT's parikrama polytechnic
  • Santosh Gore Director Sai Info Solution, Nashik, Maharashtra, India
  • B. J. Dange Associate Professor, Computer Engineering department, Sanjivani College of Engineering Kopargaon (An Autonomous institute), Maharashtra,India,423603. Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. India.


Biomedical machine learning, Personalized treatment strategies, Pathology Learning and Modeling (PaLM), Machine learning algorithms, Disease-specific patterns


Healthcare professionals' interpretation and use of enormous amounts of medical data has been revolutionized by the discipline of biomedical machine learning, which has grown into a potent tool for medical data analysis. This study focuses on the use of Pathology Learning and Modelling (PaLM) methodologies to further biomedical machine learning research for the interpretation of medical data. PaLM includes the creation and use of machine learning algorithms for the analysis of pathology data, such as images from histology, information from molecular pathology, and details from clinical pathology. PaLM helps researchers to find hidden patterns, correlations, and insights inside complicated medical information by utilizing the capabilities of machine learning. This study intends to investigate and advance PaLM's use in biomedical machine learning. We strive to improve illness diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment planning through precise and effective analysis of pathology data using machine learning models and algorithms. Molecular pathology data, clinical data, and pathology images are combined to provide a full understanding of illnesses and individualized patient management. We can automate picture analysis and segmentation, extract pertinent features, and spot disease-specific patterns by using PaLM approaches. This method improves the speed and accuracy of disease diagnosis, allowing for prompt interventions and individualized treatment plans. The benefits of using PaLM include increasing patient outcomes, enhancing medical research, and providing healthcare personnel with cutting-edge tools for precise disease diagnosis, treatment, and prognostic planning.


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Khodke, H. E. ., Bhalerao, M. ., Gunjal, S. N. ., Nirmal, S. ., Gore, S. ., & Dange, B. J. . (2023). An Intelligent Approach to Empowering the Research of Biomedical Machine Learning in Medical Data Analysis using PALM. International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications in Engineering, 11(10s), 429–436. Retrieved from



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