Health Analytics Hub

Health Analytics Hub

The Health Analytics Hub is a dynamic and collaborative space that serves as a nexus for technicians, pre-doctoral, pos-doctoral and tenure-track researchers working or using methods in the field of data science and analytics. This hub is designed to foster innovation, learning, and the exchange of ideas, bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds who share the need for leveraging data to extract valuable insights. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and resources, the hub provides a conducive environment for hands-on experimentation, collaborative projects, and continuous skill development.

The hub offers a supportive community and a wealth of knowledge-sharing opportunities. From workshops and seminars to hackathons and networking events, the Health Analytics Hub is the epicenter for unlocking the full potential of data-driven decision-making at ISGlobal.

Aims of the Health Analytics Hub

  • Foster synergies and collaboration among ISglobal researchers, through the exchange of knowledge, methodology and information about the latest scientific and technological advances in the field of health data analytics.
  • Provide training and education covering the latest health analytics tools and methodologies, thus supporting student and early career researchers in their career path and projects.
  • Foster collaboration with external institutions, including hospitals, startups and regulators to support new funding opportunities, and help translation of health informatics methods to improve global health and benefit society at large.
  • Fostering diversity in research by incorporating angles such as sex, gender, ethnicity and socioeconomic background in health analytics projects and their design and implementation, eliminating explicit and implicit biases in data and algorithms as well as promoting inclusivity in research teams.
  • Increase the visibility of ISGlobal research on topics related to data science, artificial intelligence, biostatistics and bioinformatics, in order to attract new talent (new students, researchers and collaborators) in those areas.

A collaborative space 

The ISGlobal research programs involved in the Hub include:

The initial research groups involved in the Hub are:

Our Team


ISGlobal Team