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NIH View of Data Science and BD2K

On September 12, 2016, Dr. Michelle Dunn from the NIH will be the distinguished speaker at the first lecture of the 2016-2017 PHDL Seminar Series. The NIH launched the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative in 2012 to address the challenges of maximizing the use of biomedical research data. Dr. Dunn will give a retrospective of the development of data science at the NIH over the last few years, describing how it has evolved along with and in response to the development of data science in the broader scientific community. She will describe a major trans-NIH program, the Big Data to Knowledge Initiative, led by the NIH Associate Director for Data Science (ADDS), as well as the additional efforts of the ADDS office towards enabling the efficient management of biomedical Big Data. 

Michelle Dunn, PhDDr. Dunn is senior advisor for Data Science Training, Diversity and Outreach at the Office of the Associate Director for Data Science at the NIH. She leads the data science training efforts, advising on training, education and workforce development in biomedical data science. Prior to joining the NIH/OD, she was a program director at the National Cancer Institute. She received her Ph.D. in statistics from Carnegie Mellon University and her A.B. in applied mathematics from Harvard College. 

The seminar is open to the public and Grand Rounds approved.

 

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