Dana Crawford

@scottmwilliams9 @hereandnow Many thanks to @scottwilliams9 and @paula_darte @CWRUSOM for talking me through the various interview experiences on the rapidly changing #COVID19 #OmicronVariant situation.

My colleague Dana Crawford speaks on importance of SARS-CV 2 sequencing and prioritization How genomic sequencing makes it possible to track omicron variant spread wbur.fm/3IcnvjD via @hereandnow Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

Completely geeking out over my first @NPR interview with @odowdpeter for @HereandNow about US genomic surveillance for SARS-CoV-2. wbur.org/hereandnow/202…

Agree @razibkhan. @trvrb tweets and YouTube videos of his talks (and nice slides) are making their way into our scientific communication lectures for the graduate students. Great examples. twitter.com/razibkhan/stat…

How many more waves & new variants of concern will we need to understand that as long as there are unvaccinated people anywhere in the world that can get infected, there's a chance for the virus to mutate & acquire new properties to escape immunity. #VaccinateTheWorld🌎 #MaskUp😷 Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

Electronic Health Records (EHRs) capture information on a large number of people, and can be used to conduct health studies. We will discuss examples of how quantitative disciplines have gained insights into diseases with EHR data. #2021NDiSTEM bit.ly/3Ec2oeB Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

#2021NDiSTEM twitter.com/CaturDNA/statu…

Great panel, if I do say so myself! #2021INDiSTEM twitter.com/blancahimes/st…

Backstage with @CaturDNA @RhubbBstat for a #SACNAS #NDiSTEM2021 session about using Electronic Health Record data for research sacnas365.junolive.co/live/panels/795 Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

Countdown to our @SACNAS Quantitative Approaches to Understand Diseases with Electronic Health Record Data with @RhubbBstat @blancahimes! #2021INDiSTEM

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Welcome to those of you who are first-time #2021NDiSTEM attendees. Here's a throwback of some UCSD McNair Scholars visiting the Birth Home of MLK Jr while attending the @sacnas 2000 meeting in Atlanta. It was the first national conference most of us attended. Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

After 5 days of exciting science at #ASHG21, the final numbers are in! We are excited to report a total of 5,164 total registrants stemming from nearly 81 countries and 48 states as well as 80+ industry partners. Thank you to all that attended! Here are a few highlights ⬇️ Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

#ASHG21 Day 5: It may be the last day, but there's still some great science to be had!

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In memoriam on this #ThrowbackThursday at #ASHG21 Steve Warren and me at the 50th meeting of @GeneticsSociety in #Philadelphia October 2000. This was by far Steve’s favorite time of year, favorite Society and most important meeting. Godspeed, Dr. Warren thinking of you this week. Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

What has me so startled? Check out #ASHG21 on demand to find out! twitter.com/GeneticsSociet…

Not gonna lie, some of the questions submitted to this session on diversity, race, inclusion, and equity are... 😬😬😬 Thankfully not very upvoted I'm glad we're holding this session so maybe these scientists can learn why this matters #ASHG21 Retweeted by Dr. Dana Crawford

TBT #ICHG2011: Uh-oh, did someone @Illumina call SEQurity? It's day 4 of #ASHG21!

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Dana Crawford

Professor of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences and Associate Director of the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, with interest in pharmacogenomics, electronic health records, and diverse populations. Also, an avid foodie!