I’m an Associate Professor and Blue Cross of California Distinguished Professor at the Berkeley School of Public Health. My research and teaching focus on the intersection of machine learning and health.

I’m a co-PI of a lab, joint between Berkeley and U Chicago, that builds algorithmic tools to improve decision-making and deepen understanding in health.

I co-founded Nightingale Open Science, a non-profit that makes massive new medical imaging datasets available for research—to read more, see our comment in Nature Medicine, and media coverage in the FT, Wired, and Stat). I also co-founded Dandelion, a data platform to jump-start AI innovation in health—more on that soon.

I’m a Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator, a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and was named an Emerging Leader by the the National Academy of Medicine. Before Berkeley, I was an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. I trained in emergency medicine, and still love practicing (here).

A short CV is here. Bios of various lengths, talk abstracts, and high resolution picture are here. Disclosures are here.

Contact: zobermeyer at berkeley edu* | Twitter: @oziadias

*I’m so sorry if I don’t respond to an email—please don’t hesitate to resend it. I struggle to stay on top of my inbox, and often fail.