My name is Michael McNamara and I am a data scientist with a background in biomedical science. I am interested in developing technological solutions that allow us to integrate healthcare, financial, biomedical and user-generated data sets to create adaptive, scalable networks. We can leverage these networks to personalize cancer treatments and improve patient outcomes.
My PhD work was on genetic engineering and infectious diseases. After grad school, I spent the next five years working on cancer immunotherapy at the Providence Cancer Center in Portland OR. Currently, I work as an analyst for Moda Health.
My name is Ian Hilgart-Martiszus and I have 10 years of cancer research experience. My experience with data-rich, frontline molecular biology techniques, as well as immunotherapy cancer drugs, lead me to believe that the tools to effectively fight cancer may currently be available.
In order to help people fight cancer, I am interested in developing user friendly networks that allow people to harness their own medical information and take control of healthcare outcomes and costs.
My name is Briana Knight I use my research and medical knowledge to help people find their best clinical trial options.