AI Health Data Science Fellowship Program Welcomes New Members
The AI Health Data Science Fellowship Program is a two-year training program focused on data science with healthcare applications, designed for early-career data scientists with strong backgrounds in quantitative disciplines. Launched in fall of 2019, the program currently has 5 fellows, 2 staff data scientists, and 5 alumni.
The program recently came together in-person for lunch for the first time since the pandemic. They gathered to welcome 2 new members: new fellow Angel Huang and new Data Scientist, John Rollman (pictured below).
The program fosters quantitative and clinical teams to derive actionable clinical insights while preparing the health data science workforce of the future. To learn more, please visit https://aihealth.duke.edu/fellowship/.
The AI Health Data Science Fellowship Program. Clockwise starting from the bottom left are: John Rollman, Irene Tanner, Associate Director Silvana Lawvere, former Program Coordinator LaDonna Huseman, graduating fellow Gavin Karr, Hamed Zaribafzadeh, Akhil Amkebar, Director Lisa Wruck, Mary Solomon, and Angel Huang.
New program members Angel Huang and John Rollman.