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Appendix B: Workshop Agenda
Pages 57-62

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... Welcome from the National Cancer Policy Forum and Board on Mathematical Sciences and Analytics Robert Winn, University of Illinois at Chicago Planning Committee Chair Nicholas Horton, Amherst College Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics 8:10 a.m. Session 1: Workshop Overview Moderator: Victoria Seewaldt, City of Hope The Social Determinants of Health and Their Influence on Cancer Risk and Outcomes • John Ayanian, University of Michigan •  hanita Hughes-Halbert, Medical University of South C Carolina Opportunities to Leverage Big Data and Analytic Methods to Promote the Health of Individuals and Communities • Paul Tang, IBM Watson Health • David Steiner, Google Health • Beth Virnig, ResDAC and University of Minnesota 57
From page 58...
... Session 2: Highlighting Novel Data Sources and Methodologies Co-Moderators: Rebecca Miksad, Flatiron Health, and Nicholas Horton, Amherst College Lightning Presentations Geospatial Mapping • Marta Jankowska, University of California, San Diego Opportunities for Real-World Data • Blythe Adamson, Flatiron Health Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI) • David Madigan, Columbia University  Neighborhood-Level Social Determinants and Cancer Outcomes • Loretta Erhunmwunsee, City of Hope Citizen Science and Digital Health Data • Abby King, Stanford University Applying Environmental Data in Cancer Research • Jaime Hart, Harvard T.H.
From page 59...
... Session 3: Data Policy and Ethical Considerations Moderator: Timothy Rebbeck, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Ensuring Equity and Representativeness in Oncology Research •  ugusto Ochoa, Stanley S Scott Cancer Center and A Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans Data Security and Patient Privacy Issues with the Use of Big Data Ethical Perspective •  .
From page 60...
... Session 5: Identifying Research Gaps and Setting a Research Agenda Moderator: Robin Yabroff, American Cancer Society Panelists: •  isa Richardson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention L •  liseo Pérez-Stable, National Institute on Minority Health E and Health Disparities •  ony Kerlavage, National Cancer Institute Center for T Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology •  ara James, Office of Minority Health, Centers for C Medicare & Medicaid Services • Arlene Ash, University of Massachusetts Medical School
From page 61...
... Break 10:15 a.m. Session 6: Panel Discussion: Participant Recommendations for the Path Forward Moderator: Stanton Gerson, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Panelists: •  carlett Lin Gomez, University of California, San Francisco, S Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center • Clifford Hudis, American Society of Clinical Oncology • Osonde Osoba, RAND Corporation •  eborah Schrag, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and JAMA D Associate Editor •  ohn Steiner, Kaiser Permanente Social Needs Network for J Evaluation and Translation • Beth Virnig, ResDAC and University of Minnesota •  eorge Weiner, University of Iowa Holden Comprehensive G Cancer Center 11:30 a.m.

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