Primary Faculty

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Roger S. Day, ScD

Associate Professor
Department of Biomedical Informatics
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Day leads the Educational Resource for Tumor Heterogeneity, and continues the evolution of the Oncology Thinking Cap computer modeling facility. These projects use stochastic models of tumor growth to help cancer researchers do thought experiments about cancer biology and treatment, with the goal of improving translational research resources. Interpreting dose information from disease-free survival curves in adjuvant breast cancer treatment; tracking genetic evolution of breast cancers through molecular studies of individual cells in tumor cell samples and through modeling. Statistical modeling of events and effects in biology and medicine, development of methods more effective than the usual linear modeling.

Gerald Douglas, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics
Assistant Professor of Health Policy & Management
Director of Center for Health Informatics for the Underserved
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Health informatics in medically underserved populations, eHealth policy/strategy, Financial models of health information systems, Global health informatics, Quality improvement, Human-computer interaction, and Point-of-care computing