Dr. Gabriela Mustata   Wilson, about the power of collaboration in research

Dr. Gabriela Mustata Wilson, about the power of collaboration in research

Gabriela Mustata Wilson, PhD, MSc, FHIMSS, SNAI, FIAHSI, Co-Director of the Multi-Interprofessional Center for Health Informatics and Director of Health Informatics and Public Health Informatics

Professor, Kinesiology, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, The University of Texas at Arlington gave a lecture at Danubius University about the importance of collaboration in research projects. Dr. Wilson emphasized the realization of projects in partnership with other higher education institutions, private companies, NGOs and state institutions, which, together, will realize valuable projects for the communities involved and for the whole world, the examples of good practices offered being convincing.

In the dynamic landscape of Biomedical Informatics and Public Health Informatics, collaboration has emerged as a transformative force that fuels innovation, accelerates research, and drives workforce development. This presentation delves into “The Power of Collaboration,” exploring the synergies between these two critical domains. Research and workforce development initiatives in public health informatics, biomedical informatics and data science will be provided to demonstrate how collaboration has become the key player for advancing knowledge, improving healthcare outcomes, and preparing a future-ready workforce.

Dr. Gabriela Mustata Wilson is an internationally recognized health informatics expert passionate about harnessing the power of research and translating it into community action. With extensive experience in both industry and academia, Dr. Wilson currently serves as a Professor and Founding Co-Director of the Multi-Interprofessional Center for Health Informatics (MICHI) at the University of Texas at Arlington and the Director of MICHI’s Health and Public Health Informatics division. With a background in chemical engineering, pharmacoinformatics, health informatics, and public health informatics, Dr. Wilson’s most recent activities focus on workforce development in public health informatics, biomedical informatics, and biotechnology, including research and education to address racial injustice and health inequity. She is a Fellow member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and the International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics, a Senior National Academy of Inventors member, and member of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences. For her contributions to the Health Informatics field and ongoing commitment to driving transformational change and leading towards improved health outcomes through the advancement of the best use of information and technology, Dr. Gabriela Wilson received the prestigious 2023 HIMSS Changemaker in Health, Most Influential Women in Health IT Award.

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