Duke Health Leaders Discuss Big Data in SFO

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Dean Klotman and Chancellor Washington

On February 20, approximately 150 Duke alumni attended a talk in San Francisco hosted by A. Eugene Washington, MD, chancellor for health affairs; Mary E. Klotman, MD, dean and vice chancellor for health affairs; and Robert M. Califf, MD, vice chancellor for health data science and senior advisor at Verily Life Sciences.  They were joined by Bay Area Duke alumnus and Duke Health Board of Visitors member Garheng Kong, PhD’00 MD’01, MBA’03.

The Duke Health leaders discussed Leveraging the Promise of Big Data: Turning Data into Action to Improve Health. Alumni from all schools across Duke enjoyed the opportunity to hear about the tremendous potential of big data to improve health and were encouraged to reach out to the Duke leaders to share their expertise and ideas.