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CTSI Leadership to Speak at UCLA Health Data Day



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Clockwise: Dr. Steven Dubinett, director of UCLA CTSI, and Dr. Daniel Geschwind, leader of the CTSI Precision Health Program will present on May 9 at Data Day.

UCLA Health Information Technology and UCLA CTSI are hosting the UCLA Health Data Day on Thursday, May 9, 2019 at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center. The goal of Data Day is to highlight UCLA Health's data analytics and research compute capabilities that are now available to help analysts, researchers and other stakeholders across the organization gain new insights from our data assets.

The morning session of UCLA Health Data Day will consist of updates in the following areas:
  • Health system leadership opening remarks
  • New capabilities
  • UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
  • Basic sciences research
  • UCLA Institute for Precision Health
  • Computational Medicine
  • Data analytics resources and capabilities
  • Discovery Data Mart
The afternoon session of UCLA Health Data Day will consist of breakout sessions focusing on two themes:
  • Data science ecosystem
  • From innovation to commercialization

Notable speakers include Dr. Steven Dubinett, director of the UCLA CTSI, and Dr. Dan Geschwind, program leader for the CTSI precision health program. The event will conclude with a panel discussion on the future of data analytics at UCLA and across UC Health.

The event is open to UCLA participants and seating is limited. If you are interested in attending, register here by April 26, 2019. For questions, contact it@mednet.ucla.edu.