Session Abstract – PMWC 2023 Silicon Valley


Track 2, January 25

Track Co-Chairs:
Russ Cucina, UCSF

  • How can AI and Data Science Determine Which Patients should be Preemptively Tested? (PANEL)
    Chair: Russ Cucina, UCSF
    - Lisa Kroon, UCSF
  • Establishing Genomics in the Clinic as a Routine Requires AI and Automation
    Chair: Bani Tamraz, UCSF
    - Sergio Baranzini, UCSF
    - Gill Bejeran, Stanford
  • Representation and Equity in Genomic Data
    Chair: Karen Miga, UCSC
    - Timothy Rebbeck, Harvard
    - Keolu Fox, UC San Diego
  • Overcoming Barriers to Bringing Multi-omic's into Clinical Practices
    Chair: Russ Cucina, UCSF
    - Peter DeVault, Epic
    - Kevin Hass, Myriad
    - Kevin Cramer, Sapio Science
  • Misaligned Incentives Across Public-Private Partnerships in Patient Health (PANEL)
    Chair: Justin Wildsmith, Syntropy
    - Ken Harris, AWS
    - Steve Goldstein, UC Irvine
    - Suzanne George, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
    - Nelson D’Antonio, Palantir
  • PMWC Showcase:
    - Thomas Westerling-Bui, Aiforia Inc.

 Session Chair Profile

M.D., Chief Health Information Officer and VP, Genetic and Genomic Services, UCSF Health

Biography
Dr Cucina is Vice President, Genetic and Genomic Services, and Chief Health Information Officer, for the UCSF Health system. Working with the Chief Genomics Officer, he is responsible for the strategy and operations of UCSF’s clinical genetic and genomics laboratories and services, and for the analytics, software, and information infrastructure to further the missions of UCSF Health. Dr. Cucina is board certified in Clinical Informatics and Internal Medicine, and practices in Hospital Medicine at UCSF’s Parnassus Campus.