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National Student Data Corps: September 2023 Data Science & Health Career Panel

The National Student Data Corps (NSDC) is delighted to invite you, your friends, students, and colleagues to the September 2023 Data Science & Health Career Panel! This virtual event will highlight the wide range of educational and professional opportunities available in data science, health, and scientific research fields.

Join us at the upcoming virtual Data Science & Health Career Panel on Friday, September 29th, 2023, 3:00-4:30 pm Eastern Time to hear professionals and researchers discuss their educational and professional experiences in data and health sciences.

Register to Attend the September 2023 Data Science & Health Career Panel


Florence Hudson, NEBDHub Executive Director and NSDC Founder;

Emily Rothenberg, NSDC Program Manager



Carsten Eickhoff, University of Tübingen – Germany

Carsten is a Professor of Medical Data Science and Computer Science at the University of Tübingen, where his lab develops machine learning and natural language processing techniques with the goal of improving quality of medical care. Prior to joining Tübingen, he was the Manning Assistant Professor of Medical and Computer Science at Brown University. He received degrees from the University of Edinburgh and TU Delft, and was a postdoctoral fellow at ETH Zurich and Harvard University. Carsten is a founder and board member of several deep technology startups in the health sector that strive to improve quality of life for patients.


Kerrie Holley, Google Cloud – Healthcare and Lifesciences Industry Solutions

Kerrie Holley is an executive and expert in artificial intelligence (AI), information technology (IT), and healthcare. He has built an engineering team of software, AI, & DevOps engineers, PhDs, scientists and data scientists to apply leading edge technologies in healthcare. Kerrie launched a patent program, started an Academy of Technology, and is creating a robust career path to grow the best technical talent. Prior to Google, Kerrie was Optum’s 1st Technical Fellow and advanced UnitedHealth Group’s (UHG) missions in machine learning and deep learning, IoT, genomics, blockchain and cybersecurity. Kerrie was also a VP and CTO at Cisco, and an IBM Fellow and Master Inventor, holding multiple technology patents.


Jo Johnston, Dimensional Insight

While completing her PhD in experimental particle physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Dr. Jo Johnston found passion in software engineering and real-world problem solving. Jo applies her technical skills and passions to practical issues at Dimensional Insight as a software engineer, building tools that help users to process and analyze large amounts of data. These tools are often leveraged in fields that range from healthcare to food and beverage distribution logistics. Jo has also lead and contributed to the development of statistical frameworks and a real-time data monitoring website.


Manish Mathur, Google – Healthcare and Lifesciences

Manish Mathur is a digital transformation executive with 20 years of experience in data strategy & management. His expertise with data spans many domains such as digital health, healthcare analytics, RWE (Real World Evidence) analysis, deep reinforcement learning, artificial intelligence (AI), natural language processing (NLP), machine learning (ML), knowledge graphs, big data, and distributed systems. He is an expert at developing business-driven data strategies and implementing them through data governance to deliver business benefits, applying data science and analytical methods such as ML, data mining, optimization, and statistics to use cases such as patient journeys and supply chain optimization.


Check back soon for additional panelist information!


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