Thank you for your interest in Data for the Common Good’s fourth annual public webinar!
Making connections: communities, tools, and new horizons for data-driven discovery was presented on October 25, 2023. Watch the recording here or download webinar materials at the links below.
Jaime Guidry Auvil, PhD, is the director of National Cancer Institute’s Office of Data Sharing. She and her team lead NCI’s approach to the development and implementation of data sharing and public access policies to NCI’s mission. To better advise NCI programs and leadership on cancer data policy matters that are significant to the larger research community, she serves on several NIH, federal, and international advisory committees. Currently, she is the co-lead of the Data Use and Research Identity (DURI) workstream for the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH). Read more here.
Louis Philipson, MD, PhD, is a renowned endocrinologist and a world authority on diabetes. Dr. Philipson’s clinical practice primary focus is on type 1 diabetes and rare forms of diabetes, and he has a multidisciplinary clinic to treat both adults and children. Dr. Philipson is the founding director of the Kovler Diabetes Center. Together with his colleagues, Drs. Bell, Greeley and Naylor, they have created a center for monogenic diabetes and established the first United States registry for neonatal and monogenic diabetes to follow and treat patients with complex diabetes. Read more here.
Michael Roth, MD, is an associate professor of pediatrics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Roth specializes in caring for children and adolescents with leukemia and lymphoma and he is the Director of the Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program. Dr. Roth’s clinical research focuses on improving outcomes for adolescents and young adults (AYA) with cancer and he is the chair of the Children’s Oncology Group AYA Oncology Discipline Committee. In addition, Dr. Roth is the co-director of the AYA Program at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Read more here.