Presidential Task Force – Applied Data Science – Seattle University

Preliminary Report

https://www.seattleu.edu/provost/applied-data-science-task-force-/

Members:

Chris Dale, Chief Quality Officer, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, Swedish Health Services

Griffin Deebach, Director of Analytics, Triomphe Global Marketing

Gareth Green, Associate Professor of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

Matt Hickman, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

Helen Jiang, Senior Analyst and Technical Fellow, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Lin Li, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

Luke Marney, Instrumentation Manager, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

Patrick Murphy, Associate Professor of Nursing, College of Nursing

Joe Phillips, Dean, Albers School of Business and Economics (Chair)

Chuck Porter, Retired CIO, Seattle University

Shawn Rider, Director of Web, Applications, and Technology Studies, School for New and Continuing Studies

McLean Sloughter, Associate Professor of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

Brendon Taga, Associate Dean, Academic and Student Services, College of Education

Steve Tapia, Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, School of Law

Chris Van Liew, Chief Information Officer and VP for Information Technology

Sarah Watstein, Dean, Lemieux Library

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“Hepatic steatosis risk is partly driven by increased de novo lipogenesis following carbohydrate consumption”

Francis WB Sanders, PhD; Animesh Acharjee, PhD; Celia Walker, PhD; Luke Marney, PhD; Lee D Roberts, PhD; Fumiaki Imamura, PhD; Benjamin Jenkins; Jack Case, BA; Sumantra Ray, PhD, MD; Samuel Virtue; Antonio Vidal-Puig; Diana Kuh, PhD; Rebecca Hardy, PhD; Micheal Allison; Nita Forouhi, PhD; Andrew J Murray, PhD; Nick Wareham, PhD, MD; Michele Vacca, MD, PhD; Albert Koulman; Julian L Griffin, DPhil

https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/277096