This event is brought to you by the Florida State University School of Information
Date: October 19, 2021 at 1 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. CT / 4 p.m. ET
The career landscape for biomedical and health informatics students continues to expand. With the recent advancement and trends in the field of health informatics such as healthcare data analytics and AI, those entering the informatics workforce must be well prepared for diverse career opportunities in a changing healthcare landscape. We will convene a career panel to offer perspectives and advice to students and early-career professionals on the success of their career opportunities and professional development. The panelists include researchers, professionals, and educators from academic institutions and the health IT industry, at various stages in their careers, with different backgrounds. Each panelist has a different training background and will share their experience and discuss upcoming trends in informatics careers with students. This panel will offer an opportunity for current and future health informatics students as well as early-career professionals to interact with the panelists. We will also present educational and training opportunities at Florida State University for future health informaticians.
Zhe He, PhD, FAMIA, Associate Professor, School of Information, FSU
Jeremy Harper, FAMIA, CEO of Owl Health Work
Mia Lustria, PhD, Professor, School of Information, FSU
Benny Harris, IT Business Analyst at Booz Allen Hamilton
Zichen Wang, Applied Scientist, Amazon Web Services
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Meet the Speakers
Dr. Zhe He
Dr. Zhe He is an Associate Professor in the School of Information at Florida State University. He is also the Program Chair of Master of Science In Information Technology, which is currently ranked #2 among all the public universities in the US. At FSU iSchool, Dr. He is directing the eHealth Lab and conducting innovative research with the mission of improving population health and advance biomedical research through the collection, analysis, and application and health data. Dr. He has mentored more than 15 students at all levels. Many of them have landed promising career in private sectors, public agencies, or academic institutions.