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Kate Trout

Large scale datasets collected by Information Technologies have continued to have an increasing role in nearly every sector of the economy over the past decade and will continue to do so in the next. Despite national goals of achieving interoperability of electronic health records (EHRs) and enhanced clinical decision making, health data remains fragmented. Dr.

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Jussuf T. Kaifi

As a surgeon scientist, Chief of the Division for Cardiothoracic Surgery and co-Director for Clinical Trials at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center at the University of Missouri, my overarching goal is to translate basic science discovery into improved clinical care for patients suffering from lung cancer. I have spent my career studying solid cancers using cancer

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Sonal Patil

I am a health services researcher and family physician interested in improving individual and population-level health outcomes in low-resource communities (rural/underserved). I aim to identify capacity for “upstream” community-based interventions to create sustainable integrated clinic-community partnership interventions. I have experience conducting systematic reviews, meta-analyses, and pilot quantitative and qualitative studies.

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Cheryl Rosenfeld

Rosenfeld specializes in studying the effects of maternal diet on offspring, exploring how the in-utero environment can shape risks for later disease. Her research with mice has yielded majorbreakthroughs. She has determined that an energy-rich maternal diet will result in more male mouse pups, while a restricted-calorie diet produces daughtersmore frequently. She also established a

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James Keller

James M. Keller is a Curators Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Missouri as well as R. L. Tatum Professor for the college. Keller’s research interests are in computational intelligence with current applications to eldercare technology, bioinformatics, geospatial intelligence and landmine detection.

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Suchithra Rajendran

Dr. Suchithra Rajendran is an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering and the Marketing department at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Prior to that, she served as a consultant for many private and public organizations on various collaborative projects. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering

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Sharan Srinivas

Sharan Srinivas is an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in the Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department and Marketing Department at the University of Missouri. He received his Ph.D. in industrial engineering and operations research from the Pennsylvania State University. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Anna University, India, a MS in

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Peter Cornish

Research in our laboratory is primarily focused on understanding the complexities of ribosome function using a variety of biophysical methods including NMR and single molecule techniques. One of our projects is in understanding translational regulation in particular the mechanism of recoding where the ribosome shifts reading frame due to the presence of specific structures within

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Win Phillips

Dr. Phillips teaches courses in health informatics, health ethics, and health policy and politics. Prior to joining the Department of Health Management and Informatics, he worked in healthcare information technology. He has industry experience in IT management, IT training, IT project management, computer programming, finance, and marketing.

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Satish Nair

Dr. Nair’s career commitment has been mathematical analysis & design of complex systems for a variety of applications including control, using both computational modeling and experimental techniques. His interests during the past eight years have been in the area of computational neuroscience, at the molecular, cellular, network, and behavioral levels. He has developed two new

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