Ursula Rogers is Senior Informaticist for AI Health, where she brings 25 years of experience in data management and software development. Her role at Duke AI Health brings expertise in understanding, extracting and curating data from the EHR and other clinical data sources for the purposes of Clinical Research, QI and Operations. Ursula’s broad healthcare data knowledge has been key to many successes across the Health System and in programs such as Data+, AI Health, Duke Crucible and Learning Health Units. Prior to joining AI Health, she led curation of the Southeastern Diabetes Initiative Datamart (SEDI) at DTRI and was lead data analyst at DCRI’s Center for Learning Healthcare (CLHC), where she led all aspects of Clinical Research data management (database design, programming, report writing, survey and eCRF design, user experience and electronic patient-reported outcomes). Ursula graduated from Clarkson University (NY) with a degree in Computer Science.