Ida Sim, PhD, MD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Stanford University||PhD||Medical Informatics||1997|
|American Society for Clinical Investigation||2010||Elected Member|
|American College of Medial Informatics||2007||Elected Fellow|
|American Medical Informatics Association||2005||Leadership Award|
|White House Office of Science Technology and Policy||2000||United States Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers|
Ida Sim, MD, PhD is a primary care physician, informatics researcher, and entrepreneur. She is a Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, where she co-directs Biomedical Informatics at UCSF's Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute. Her current research focuses on the use of mobile apps and sensors to improve health and manage disease for populations and individuals, and to make clinical research faster and less expensive. She is a co-founder of Open mHealth, a non-profit organization that is breaking down barriers to mobile health app and data integration through an open software architecture. Dr. Sim is also a co-investigator and Consortium Core Lead with the Mobile Data to Knowledge NIH Center of Excellence.
In 2005, Dr. Sim was the founding Project Coordinator of the World Health Organization's International Clinical Trials Registry Platform, where she led the establishment of the first global policy on clinical trial registration and defined the common 20-item Trial Registration Data Set that all registers worldwide adhere to. She served on the Institute of Medicine's committee on Strategies of Responsible Sharing of Clinical Trial Data and is now the technical lead of the MRCT Framework for Data Sharing international effort to build a single global portal for sharing individual participant-level data from clinical trials.
Dr. Sim has served on multiple advisory committees on health information infrastructure for clinical care and research, including committees of the National Research Council and Institute of Medicine. She is a recipient of the United States Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics, and a member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation.
Biomedical informatics, mobile health (mHealth), clinical research informatics, data sharing, knowledge representation, ontologies and vocabularies, clinical trial registration, clinical trial reporting, evidence-based medicine, scientific publishing, decision support systems, health information technology, health policy, primary care, meta-analysis
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