SEAN KHOZIN, M.D., M.P.H.
GLOBAL HEAD OF DATA STRATEGY
JANSSEN R&D DATA SCIENCES
As Global Head of Data Strategy, Sean helps drive data science strategy and execution in partnership with data science and regulatory teams across Janssen Research & Development. Sean is a physician-data scientist and board-certified oncologist with an entrepreneurial spirit and experience combining translational and clinical research with data science and health technology to address areas of unmet need in therapeutic development and care delivery.
Sean joined the company from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Oncology Center of Excellence, where he led the Center’s bioinformatics initiatives, supporting an integrated approach in the clinical evaluation of drugs, biologics and devices for the treatment of cancer. His work at the Center focused on innovations in clinical trial design, digital health, real-world evidence and advanced analytics, including artificial intelligence and machine learning. He was also the founding director of Information Exchange and Data Transformation, the FDA’s first data science and technology incubator for de-risking solutions through internal research and development and strategic partnerships.
Prior to his tenure in federal government, Sean was the cofounder of Hello Health, where he developed an innovative integrated telemedicine, point-of-care data visualization, and advanced analytical platform for optimizing patient care and clinical research. The company’s core technology offerings were first operationalized in a multidisciplinary network of clinics called SKMD that he founded and for which he served as the Chief Medical Officer.
Sean’s background includes positions as an adjunct clinical investigator at the National Cancer Institute and a research affiliate the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, focusing on financial engineering and on the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning in biomedical research and clinical development.
Sean received his M.D. from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and his Master of Public Health from The George Washington University.