Momin M. Malik, MSc, MS, PhD
Momin Malik is Senior Data Science Analyst – AI Ethics at the Mayo Clinic’s Center for Digital Health, and a Lecturer in the MSSP Program, where he has taught the foundational linear modeling course and critical data studies. He is also a fellow in the Institute in Critical Quantitative, Computational, & Mixed Methodologies. Momin holds an AB in history and science from Harvard University, an MSc from the University of Oxford in Social Science of the Internet, and an MS in Machine Learning and a PhD in Societal Computing from the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Before joining the Mayo Clinic, he completed a postdoctoral Data Science fellowship at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and served as Director of Data Science at the Boston-based healthcare data startup Avant-garde Health.
Momin’s research, work, and teaching bring statistics and machine learning together with critical perspectives from social science to consider when, how, and why data and modeling succeed in their aims—and when, how, and why they can fail. He has engaged in collaboration and outreach with practitioners in policy, public health, medicine, law, education, government, journalism, social science, industry, civil society, and elsewhere, helping them understand and decide if and how to adopt machine learning and data science.
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