Geoffrey Siwo recently came to U-M and is helping to develop the Center’s new Data Collaborative. Siwo will focus on harmonizing and interpreting data in new ways and ensuring data can be used by those who need it most.
Geoffrey Siwo spent most of his life in Africa, a place with tremendous possibility for fast growing tech and scientific work. Siwo brings interests in computational biology, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology to the Michigan campus.
How are we building equitable partnerships that provide a strong foundation for impactful research in health equity? A conversation on the developing partnership between Aga Khan University and the University of Michigan’s Center for Global Health Equity.
Cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence might be developed in high-resource settings, but their impact doesn’t have to end there. What role might data science play in global health and LMIC settings?