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Caner Population Analytics Core

Clint Cary, MD, MPH

Clint Cary, MD, MPH School of Medicine

Dr. Cary completed his urology residency at Indiana University and then went on to complete a two year urologic oncology fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. In addition to his fellowship, he completed a Master of Public Health Degree from U.C. Berkeley with a concentration in epidemiology. His clinical interest is in urologic oncology. His research efforts will focus on health services and outcomes research in testis, bladder, and prostate cancer.

Victoria Champion

Victoria Champion, PhD, RN, FAAN School of Nursing

Dr. Champion's research in behavioral oncology has provided significant knowledge that has led to interventions and the discovery of cancer at earlier and more curable stages. Her research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health for more than two decades, and she is using interactive technology to test format delivery and cost-effectiveness for breast cancer screening.

Brian Dixon, MPA, PhD, FHIMSS

Brian Dixon, MPA, PhD, FHIMSS School of Public Health

Dr. Dixon’s research focuses on developing and evaluating innovative technologies and processes for managing knowledge regarding individual patients and populations. His recent work has involved leveraging health information exchange (HIE) to enable secondary use of clinical and administrative data to improve public health surveillance, continuity of care for veterans, the determination of disability, and clinical decision support. He has further played a key role in projects that support interoperability standards, including the LOINC® terminology, automated reporting of surveillance data to public health, and big data analytics in health care. Dr. Dixon’s teaching duties include courses on public health informatics, informatics evaluation methods, health information exchange, and big data/health analytics.

Marc Rosenman, MD

Marc Rosenman, MD IU Center for Health Geographic

Dr. Rosenman's research focuses on clinical epidemiology, electronic medical records systems, and health information from multiple sources.

Michael D. Murray, PHARMD, MPH

Michael D. Murray, PHARMD, MPH Purdue University- College of Pharmacy

Dr. Murray’s research interests include developing pharmacy services to improve drug therapy in older adults with chronic disorders, medication safety, improving the quality of health of low-income minority people, and pharmacoepidemiology using large population computer databases.

Safi Shahda,  M.D

Safi Shahda, M.D IU Simon Cancer Center

Dr. Shahda is interested in developing novel treatments for gastrointestinal malignancies with a focus on pancreatic cancer. This could not be possible without collaboration with colleagues from many disciplines and basic and translational scientists.