Data Citizens Distinguished Lecture Series presents NIH’s Dr. Susan Gregurick 3/22

Susan Gregurick

Data Citizens Distinguished Lecture Series presents NIH’s Dr. Susan…

Join us for another “Data Citizens: A Distinguished Lecture Series” talk featuring NIH Associate Director for Data Science, and Director of the Office of Data Science Strategy, Susan K. Gregurick. Dr. Gregurick creates and implements new initiatives and activities in data science, in support of the NIH Strategic Plan for Data Science.

Data Citizens: A Distinguished Lecture Series is an ongoing course of in-depth talks by experts in the field of data science on a wide variety of topics including data visualization, big data, AI, and predictive analytics. The Data Citizens lecture series is co-sponsored by the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and is free and open to the public.

Register Now | Tuesday 3/22, 2:00-3:00 PM


TALK TITLE: Connecting Data, Enhancing Software, and Creating a Digital Data Health Ecosystem

The NIH works to maximize opportunities that data science can bring to aid in our mission of improving the health and wellbeing of all US citizens.  NIH’s strategic plan for data science serves as a north star to optimizing data storage, creating connected data resources, modernizing our data repository ecosystem, sustaining software development, expanding the national data science workforce, and supporting the NIH data management and sharing policy. Inspired by the strategic plan, and in partnership with colleagues from across the NIH Institutes and Centers, this talk highlights work to catalyze new data science capabilities in biomedical data science.

About Susan Gregurick

Susan K. Gregurick, Ph.D., was appointed Associate Director for Data Science and Director of the Office of Data Science Strategy (ODSS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on September 16, 2019. Under Dr. Gregurick’s leadership, the ODSS leads the implementation of the NIH Strategic Plan for Data Science through scientific, technical, and operational collaboration with the institutes, centers, and offices that comprise NIH. Dr. Gregurick received the 2020 Leadership in Biological Sciences Award from the Washington Academy of Sciences for her work in this role. She was instrumental in the creation of the ODSS in 2018 and served as a senior advisor to the office until being named to her current position.