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AAAS Fellow Biography

Julia Skapik

Dr. Julia Skapik
AAAS Fellow
Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering
Division of Information and Intelligent Systems
Class of 2013

Julia Skapik is a policy fellow at the National Science Foundation and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT and also has a casual appointment at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center as an Internal Medicine attending. She was also a policy fellow at the Institute of Medicine through the Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellowship. As a fellow, Dr. Skapik has worked on the Smart Health and Wellbeing program at NSF, on the Health Information Technology Research and Development Senior Steering Group, on the Health Information Technology Innovation and Development Environments workgroup, and on the mHealth and behavioral working groups at NIH. At ONC, she is the project manager for the Value Set Update and Measure Logic Checking projects with the National Library of Medicine for Meaningful Use Stage 2. Her research interests include safety and quality improvement and comparative effectiveness.

 

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